By Ikuko Kao LONDON, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Global gasoline prices rose in November, defying a seasonal fall at the end of summer when driving demand wanes, as crude prices climb towards $100, a Reuters survey on Wednesday showed. Nor will it get better for drivers as the most recent hikes in crude have yet to be passed on to retail gasoline prices, and U.S. and European fuel supply levels have been running low, traders said. The costliest petrol is in Norway, Europe's top oil producer, ...
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