NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - U.S. motorists and gasoline retailers were keeping a level head on Thursday as war began in the oil-rich Gulf, with no reports of panic fuel-buying or price gouging, the American Automobile Association said. "So far, so good," said Mantill Williams, a spokesman for the automobile and travel group. "We've gotten no reports of any price gouging and no reports of abnormal buying patterns that could lead to regional shortages." Fears had been widespread that ...
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