(Adds gasoline prices by region and city, adds diesel fuel prices) WASHINGTON, March 31 (Reuters) - The U.S. retail price for gasoline set a new high of $3.29 a gallon after rising 3.1 cents over the last week, the federal Energy Information Administration said on Monday. The national price for regular, self-service gasoline is up 58 cents from a year ago as expensive crude oil continued to be passed on to consumers at the pump. In the EIA's latest weekly survey, gasoline was the most ...
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