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    #41
    Originally posted by pajerokid
    Sana wowsie isang litro lang ang konsumo ng isang biyahe ng cargo truck mo
    sabagay.. may punto ka hehe.. per liter lang yan..

    a full tank of about 50 liters (in an L300 van) .. say delivery ka everyday.... would take about 3 - 4 days yata bago maubos isang full tank... palagay nating 2 days lang ubos na... so 25 liters a day.. multiply by 0.0006 ... that would bring up 0.015 about 1 and a half centavo for each can of sardines!! for 5,000 cans of sardines for 2 days of delivery... napaka in efficient na nyan ah... hindi pa rin ganung kalaki ang increase... mas malaki pa ang gastos mo sa pag lagay lagay sa mga kotong cops sa kalsada eh...

    and another point... gone are the days na magsasamantala ang iilang traders (gaya ng laging naririnig sa mga balita) na magtataas ng presyo to take advantage of the confusion.. kung mas mataas sila at yung ibang competitors nila eh hindi nagtaas, aba eh walang bibili sa kanila... mag wo work lang yung ganung scenario kung lahat ng traders ay sabay sabay na magtataas...

    ang kaya lang mag take advantage sa ganitong mga pagkakataon ay yung mga industries na organized.. gaya ng oil industries.. utilities (electricity, water)... yung mga industries na malakas yung mga associations (poultry, hog raisers, etc)... pero pag trader ka.. or yung industry nyo ay patayan na talaga sa presyo... ipit ka.. you need to sell.. you need your inventory to move... hindi ka basta basta makapag taas ng presyo lalo na kung may competitor ka at napakadaling lumipat ng consumers from your product to your competitor's ...

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    #42
    mag-invest na tayo lahat sa mga bike.
    sigurado mag-increase ang price ng bike pag biglang mag-mahal ang fuel prices.
    magkakaroon ng sudden demand sa bike.
    so kung ako sa inyo, bili na kayo.

    btw meron na kaming ilalabas na
    AMC Toy Bike edition.
    limited lang ito.
    body ng AMC pero powered by bikes.
    san pa kayo?

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    #43
    Nagtataka lang ako bakit iba't iba ang fuel prices ng Petron sa Alabang Zapote,Filinvest at Makati Ave. ?
    Ang nakalagay kase sa kanilang board ay Petron sa Alabang Zapote nakita ko ang XCS nila dun ay 25.83 sa Filinvest naman 25.95 at sa may Makati Ave 26.00
    Hmm Bakit ganun prices nila...?Hindi ko lang alam sa ibang gas station kung iba't iba rin ang prices nila...

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    #44
    Originally posted by gearspeed
    Nagtataka lang ako bakit iba't iba ang fuel prices ng Petron sa Alabang Zapote,Filinvest at Makati Ave. ?
    Ang nakalagay kase sa kanilang board ay Petron sa Alabang Zapote nakita ko ang XCS nila dun ay 25.83 sa Filinvest naman 25.95 at sa may Makati Ave 26.00
    Hmm Bakit ganun prices nila...?Hindi ko lang alam sa ibang gas station kung iba't iba rin ang prices nila...
    that's the result of the oil deregulation law.

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    #45
    Ah ok...:D

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    #46
    Pump prices differences are mostly determined by the gas station's distance from Pandacan. The farther the more expensive.

    Pero pansin ko lang, Shell Diesoline's price is more or less fixed. Whether sa Fort, sa Alabang or sa Pasig.

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    #47
    Oh, and one more thing.....

    When gas prices go up, Oil, kerosene LPG and other petros also go up as well. So as you could see, its not just a matter of basic algebra.

    So imagine this hitting your favorite Regular YUM.... it now costs more to transport the beef, the LPG, the Cooking oil, the paper wrapper.... The LPG you're cooking with is much more expensive. etc etc etc.
    Last edited by pajerokid; August 5th, 2004 at 05:24 PM.

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    #48
    Originally posted by pajerokid
    Pump prices differences are mostly determined by the gas station's distance from Pandacan. The farther the more expensive.
    armand, di totoo yan, fallacy lang yan. price is more dictated on competition among the several service stations located in a certain vicinity.

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    #49
    Miks, well, with deregulation diba the gas station owners can charge whatever they want. Pero you do have to cover the delivery charges diba?

    Nag apply kasi kami dati for a big three gas station franchise and i recall na mas mataas ang delivery pag mas malayo. Siyempre you have to cover these charges and adjust appropriately. Competition, of course is something which you always have to consider.



    tama ba or mali? actually that was years ago, medyo spotty na memory ko. hehe

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    #50
    let's be realistic mga kapatid;

    sa dinamidami ng alternate ways to lessen the burden of these preposterous media scary scenarios of fuel increase, makakasurvive tayong mga noypi!!

    we are the champions..sa resourcefulness.

    mabuhay tayong lahat!!

gasoline at P50 - P60 ????????