HANOI, March 31 (Reuters) - Vietnam's prime minister, concerned government officials may be getting too much mileage from state-owned cars as prices at the pumps rise, has ordered cuts in vehicle usage. In signing Directive 06/2003, Phan Van Khai has asked all government agencies to conserve oil by limiting state cars to official use and to use public transport "whenever and wherever possible", state-run Vietnam News daily reported on Monday. Despite being a producer of crude oil, which ...
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