UNLEADED GASOLINE SALES STILL RISING IN MOST EUROPEAN MARKETS

Roger Vielvoye International Editor Unleaded gasoline continues to expand its share of European markets, although the pace of change from leaded fuels is still uneven. Market penetration by unleaded gasoline has a strong regional bias. Northern Europe, where unleaded was first introduced in West Germany 6 years ago, has high levels of unleaded consumption. But in southern Europe, unleaded sales are slow, reflecting limited supply and in some cases absence of any incentive for drivers to make

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