PROBLEMS PLAGUE FIRST SOVIET ONE-STOP SERVICE STATION

The Moscow press reports a number of problems developed soon after a joint enterprise of ltaly's Agip Petroli Spa and the Soviet firm Rosnefteprodukt opened the U.S.S.R.'s first modern one-stop service station on the Moscow-Leningrad highway near the Russian capital (OGJ, June 3, p. 23). Russian drivers are used to paying in advance for all retail purchases, including gasoline. But at the new service station, payment is made after filling their vehicles' tanks.

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