Record-High Gasoline Further Burdens Consumers in EuropeRupert Rowling and Lananh Nguyen
Mumtaz Ozkaya, a leather-clothing salesman in London, is slashing his usual 1,000 miles (1,609 kilometers) a month of driving by 30 percent and taking cheaper vacations, as record fuel prices burden European motorists.
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