Cost if gas stays put: $1.4B

Kosdrosky, Terry
May 2001
Crain's Detroit Business;05/14/2001, Vol. 17 Issue 20, p1
Reports on the results of a study on the adverse economic impact of high fuel prices in Michigan. Shutdown of independent trucking operations; Jobs and revenues lost in various industrial sectors; Implementation of cost-cutting measures by many businesses; Factors responsible for the high cost of fuel.


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