Canadian gas prices should fall despite higher crude oil, analysts say (Gasoline-Prices)

By Pete Southern in Gold and Oil News | September 14, 2007 10:00 |

MONTREAL (CP) _ Canadian motorists need not rush to the pumps for a quick fill-up out of fear that gasoline prices will be pushed sky high by the recent rise of world oil prices to around US$80 a barrel, analysts say. Factors other than the price of Read More…

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