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Venezuela / Caracas Demonstration / Oil Prices #718692

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 03, 2003
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The chaos in Caracas, Venezuela, during a police response to demonstrations between opponents & supporters of embattled President Hugo Chavez shown; statistics cited on soaring oil prices.

(Washington: Lisa Stark) The impact of skyrocketing oil prices on gasoline & heating oil examined; statistics cited; details given about concerns about declining oil inventories. [MOTORIST, homeowner Louis DiBENEDETTO†- comment on the situation.] [American Petroleum Inst. John FELMY†- says there have been multiple impacts on the oil market.] [Oil Price Information Service Tom KLOZA†- says we will need Venezuelan oil in the spring.]

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Stark, Lisa

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