• Rising Petrol Prices
    Rising petrol prices 1) When and how did the cost of petrol start to rise? 2) Are there anybody else who is involved other than the...
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  • Exxonmobil: Social Responsibility in a Commodity Market
    ExxonMobil: Social Responsibility in a Commodity Market 1. Consider and discuss the impact of the rising price of petrol on as many other products and services as possible. Petrol is one of the most demanded products on earth. Because of this, not only the petrol prices are rising, but also...
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  • Passenger Car Vehicle and Deiselisation
    especially petrol combined with rising inflation may dent consumer confidence by some extent in near future. Rising fuel prices tapering off consumer confidence… De-regularisation of petrol prices from second quarter of FY11, has given autonomy to oil companies for setting petrol prices in tandem...
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  • Essay
    cooking gas? * Weekly * Monthly * Yearly * I do not buy cooking gas b. How often do you purchase petrol? * Daily * Weekly * Monthly * I do not buy petrol 8. Tick the price of gas now? * 20 kg of gas * 40 fls * 46 fls * Other_______ * Per...
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  • Fuel Price Increase in Malaysia
    announced the increase of petrol price to RM2.70, transportation companies also declare an increase of 35% in trucking and logistics fees. As for commercial and small businesses, electricity rates rose to 26% and low-cost housing was no longer possible due to the rising cost of building materials...
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  • News Clipping on Petrol Hike Changes Demand and Suppy
    News No1 Daily Express Friday, November 23, 2007 Costlier petrol, gas certain Kuala Lumpur: Given the rising expectations of a looming cut in fuel subsidies, Malaysians generally have come to terms with the fact that they have to pay higher prices for petrol and gas next year. With...
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  • Economic
    is happening in practice also. However, the actual shift in demand of cars between high and low cc engine cars will depend very much on their elasticities of demand. For example, people who use Rolls Royce cars are not likely to shift to lower cc engine cars because of rising petrol prices. It...
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  • International Finance
    the time of writing this article). This shows an increase of 42.67%. In the same interval Pakistan’s petrol prices per liter have jumped up from Rs.53.70 to Rs.86.66 which is a rise of 61.38%. This just proves the above point, and with no end to political crises and rising international petrol...
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  • study habits and academic performace of freshmen accountacy students in jose maria college
    are some economists warn that rising petrol prices could negatively impact the economic recovery in terms of hiring practices. Rising petrol prices such as gas this year have forced some businesses to reevaluate their hiring plans, holding off because they are uncertain about the economy's health...
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  • The Cost and Benefits of Biofuel for Society
    There are mainly three advantages once the city implements the biofuel as one of the energy sources. Firstly, the implementation of biofuels can help the public to fight against the ever rising oil prices and reduce the dependency on petrol. As the conventional energy sources such as fossil fuels...
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  • Petrol Price Hike
    Impact of Petrol Price Hike Economics State-run oil companies announced a hike of Rs 7.50 per litre in petrol prices - a direct fall-out of elevated international crude oil prices, which had until now not registered a pass-through in domestic market prices; thereby impacting the financial and...
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  • Tesco
    with cars. Rising oil prices will have an impact on cars because petrol prices will increase making it more expensive for people with cars to run their cars, therefore people will choose and use alternative transport. The impact of high oil prices leads to high car prices this can trigger into a...
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  • Overcoming
     cheaper services to the public. 3. TO CONSERVATION In addition, to deal with rising petrol prices is to make savings. For example, for short trips, walk to nourish the body and not to waste petrol. In addition, carsharing can save petrol. Modern public transport systems such as LRT / MRT, Bus Rapid should be extended to as the one saving to overcome the increase in petrol prices....
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  • Petrol Prices
    . Future cant be known but if this price rise continues , the country would be in serious trouble . Rise in petrol prices clubbed with rising inflation , increasing tax burden and weak economic condition , will decrease the purchasing power of the citizens and also may affect the standard of living...
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  • Essay
    to impact on SimpliCity. The development of fuel prices is crucial for service stations. Currently, petrol prices are remarkably low (CommSec 2010), which is beneficial for petrol stations in many...
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  • Desire to Fly
    Because oil prices soared globally. Since many petroleum mines have passed PEAK PRODUCTION in 2006, production decreases but demand is ever increasing. Since increasing Diesel, kerosene and LPG price increases many commodity prices, petrol has been targeted in India. Remember that almost 70 to 80...
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  • Coles Fact Sheet Milk
    -conscious customers to be charged a premium. What does this mean for dairy farmers? The farm gate price dairy farmers receive is set by the world price because around half of Australian milk products are exported. The farm gate price is rising because global demand for milk product is rising (see...
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  • Oil Price Elasticity
    Economics 100 Semester 2 2007 Assignment Chapter 4 – Elasticity A rising oil price not all bad news for citizens of an energy exporter Vanessa Burrows The Age 14 September 2007 Vanessa Burrows' article states that oil is becoming more and more scarce in the world due to an increase in the...
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  • Economics
    BP and Shell have been considering how to alter their signs in anticipation of diesel prices rising above £1 a litre. Ray Holloway, director of the Petrol Retailers Association (PRA), said diesel was almost certain to top the £1 mark. "I regret to say that diesel is (going to go above £1 litre...
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  • Factors Affecting Demand
    DEMAND :- 1) PRICE OF CAR: Demand of a particular commodity is firstly affected by price. It can be seen in the case of cars also. Petrol cars are cheapest among all other fuel cars available because its engine is simplest. After it comes CNG, LPG, Diesel and then Electric cars...
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