(Recasts, adds Citgo statement, paragraphs 11-12) By Erwin Seba HOUSTON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - A week after Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez called George W. Bush "the devil," convenience store chain 7-Eleven Inc. said on Wednesday it will stop selling gasoline from Venezuelan-controlled Citgo Petroleum, but both companies denied the actions were linked. The Dallas, Texas-based company said in a statement it disapproved of Chavez' comments, but a spokeswoman insisted politics were not ...
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