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Gasoline Prices Climbing in US

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Gasoline Prices Climbing in US

Mil Arcega
February 26, 2008



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Gasoline prices in the U.S. are at a seven-month high after oil prices spiked above $100 a barrel last week. The latest survey shows the national average for gasoline is now about four cents higher per liter than it was just two weeks ago. Although many analysts predict prices will continue to rise for several more months, some believe falling demand and increasing supplies will bring relief. VOA's Mil Arcega reports.



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