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Rising Oil Prices / OPEC, Europe #635006

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 21, 2000
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Anne Thompson) The public response to rising oil and gasoline prices reported; price statistics cited. [MOTORIST, BOATER - complain.] [EPA administrator Carol BROWNER - says wholesale prices have dropped.] [Petroleum industry SPOKESMAN - says there is not enough reformulated fuel to meet demand.] [WOMAN - says the price increases are the largest recorded.] [Texas Governor GEORGE W. BUSH, Vice President Al GORE - comment.]

(London: Ron Allen) The OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) meeting in Vienna, Austria, reported; details given of high gas prices in London and other European countries reported. [In London, ENGLISHMAN - says Americans have no reason to complain.] [Royal Automobile Club Edmund KING - says British people drive smaller cars.]

Allen, Ron;
Brokaw, Tom;
Thompson, Anne

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