25 September 2000 At the end of August, the first clouds gathered menacingly on the horizon with Mol (the Hungarian Oil and Gas Company) announcing a price increase on diesel of HUF 6.25 (USD 0.02), blaming the situation on the world market. There had been no price hikes since May, and the company felt compelled […]

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