Gasoline Sales Improved At A Columbus Gas Station

POSTED BY: News Department
Wednesday, September 10, 2003 - 11:34 AM
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A Columbus service station owner says gasoline sales have improved since he put up a sign saying, “no Iraqi fuel sold here.” Industry experts question its accuracy, saying there’s no way to tell if fuel form the Middle East reaches his gas station because the fuel mingles together in pipelines. A U-S state department spokeswoman disputes the suggestion that buying Iraqi fuel is a bad thing, since the profits no longer go to Saddam Hussein and now will be used to rebuild the country. Jason Gang’s customers apparently like the idea that the oil doesn’t come from Iraq.

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