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Guinness may have a long-established link with the record books, but it was a less tasty kind of black stuff that was setting new records last week.

22nd April, 2006

Guinness may have a long-established link with the record books, but it was a less tasty kind of black stuff that was setting new records last week.

As the price of a barrel of oil smashed through the once-unthinkable $74 barrier, the white-knuckle ride for buyers of the black gold that has caused consternation over the past three years took its gravest twist yet. The rocketing cost of oil sent prices on some Irish petrol...

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