WATCHING THE WORLD U.K. RESPONSE TO PRICES

With Roger Vielvoye from London Britain's beleaguered gasoline marketers need no reminders about the power of the press. From the first post-Kuwaiti invasion price increase, oil companies have been the target for a virulent campaign by big tabloid newspapers. In the face of columns full of allegations of price gouging and calls for a windfall profits tax companies have become more and more defensive to the point that they seem reluctant to allow prices to keep pace with rising international

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