IPAA ASKS CLINTON FOR RELIEF FROM OIL IMPORTS

The Independent Petroleum Association of America has petitioned the Clinton administration to give U.S. oil producers relief from low priced oil imports. Last week IPAA and 20 allied oil associations asked Commerce Department for expedited relief under Sec. 232 of the 1962 Trade Expansion Act. They did not request a specific type of relief, such as an oil import fee, leaving options open for the administration. IPAA said the administration could declare an import fee, quotas, floor price,

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