Chevron Corp. last week disclosed a series of actions to cope with hard times. The actions are designed to strengthen Chevron's ability to compete, increase profits, reduce operating costs, and place more emphasis on attractive business opportunities. In addition, Chairman Ken Derr said fourth quarter 1991 financial results will reflect after tax special charges of about $270 million. That will include $183 million because of a major operational change at the Port Arthur, Tex., refinery

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