Rising fuel prices put squeeze on consumers

Khasru, B.Z.
September 2000
Fairfield County Business Journal;09/18/2000, Vol. 39 Issue 38, p1
Focuses on the impact of high fuel prices on the businesses and consumers. Need for oil companies to conduct adequate inventory on crude prices; Increase in the demand for oil around the world; Effects on purchase costs and credit card sales.


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