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Oil Prices #308439

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 23, 1986
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Current drop in oil prices reported

(Houston, Texas: Sam Ford) Lack of drop in gasoline prices despite falling international crude oil prices examined. [Service Stn. Dealers of America spokesperson Vic RASHEED - accuses oil companies of maintaining high margin.] Specific criticism against wholesalers outlined. [Texaco dealer Pete EICHLER, L.J. DUSETT - explain their situation.] Dusett mentioned filing suit against Texaco. [Lone Star Service Association spokesperson Glenn NILSSON - comments.] [Texaco dealer Terry WILLIAMS - feels manipulated.] [American Petroleum Institute spokesperson Ed MURPHY - analyzes situation.]

Ford, Sam;
Spencer, Susan

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