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BRIEFLY

August 24, 1987

The average gasoline price climbed .66 cents per gallon to more than $1.03 during the past two weeks despite a continued decline in the price of crude oil, an industry analyst said. A spokeswoman for the Los Angeles-based Lundberg Survey, a national oil industry newsletter, said the new price is 16.5 cents a gallon higher than it was last August. But it still is 19.8 cents per gallon lower than August, 1985.

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