Sub-par gas sellers to be probed

The sub-par gas is likely to cause serious engine damage to vehicles and also poison the atmosphere, the ministry said.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
October 18, 2007 06:56

The National Infrastructures Ministry said Wednesday it will open investigations on eight gas stations across the country that have been selling gasoline that does not meet ministry standards of quality. The sub-par gas is likely to cause serious engine damage to vehicles and also poison the atmosphere, the ministry said.


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