Examines extent of price increases in gasoline and oil, focusing on linkage between the two. Analyzes causes of the price increases, and likelihood that they might be reversed through market responses or policy measures. Discusses world demand, financial speculation, value of dollar, national subsidies, oil supply, and policy issues. Includes tables.
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