Gasoline prices high, but have been even worse

April 2004
Southeast Farm Press;4/14/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p3
Trade Publication
Determines that gasoline prices are high, but have been even worse earlier, based on the purchasing power of the dollar. Adjustment for differences in the purchasing power of the dollar to compare prices in different years; Measurement of the relative cost of gas prices; Projection of a worse situation by these comparisons with no offer of relief from the burden of high gas prices.


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