Eight countries that win and lose big from oil plunge

Eight countries that win and lose big from oil plunge

USA Today | December 16, 2014 | by Kim Hjelmgaard

USA – Low gasoline prices for the world’s largest user of oil mean more consumer spending for everything else and, thus, faster economic growth. Gas prices — the national average is down to $2.54, according to the Fuel Gauge Report — are the lowest in five years.

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