U.K. Quarterly Gasoline Demand Rises on Tanker Strike ThreatRupert Rowling
U.K. gasoline consumption rose in the three months to March, the first quarterly increase since 2007, as motorists bought the fuel on concern about a tanker drivers’ strike, the Department of Energy and Climate Change said.
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