• Short Summary

    Motorists in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, have been queueing to fill up their cars with petrol this week.

  • Description

    1.
    GV Fuel tankers in depot
    0.06

    2.
    LV Tankers loading fuel
    0.11

    3.
    GV Tankers leaving depot (2 shots)
    0.24

    4.
    GV Cars outside garage
    0.29

    5.
    SV Petrol pump attendant filling car
    0.37

    6.
    CU Petrol pump showing price and amount of fuel
    0.42

    7.
    CU Driver taking money from wallet
    0.48

    8.
    GV ZOOM OUT FROM Lorries waiting at fruit market
    0.58

    9.
    SV Porters loading vegetables onto truck (5 shots)
    1.18

    10.
    GTV Porters off-loading melons and cabbages (3 shots)
    1.30

    11.
    GV People shopping in open market
    1.34

    12.
    SV Women buying vegetables (2 shots)
    1.46

    13.
    CU Price tags on vegetables (4 shots)
    1.57

    14.
    CU Elderly woman handing over money for goods
    2.03

    15.
    GV Shoppers in market
    2.08



    Initials BB/1943 FC/AW/BB/2000



    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: Motorists in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, have been queueing to fill up their cars with petrol this week. They fear an increase in petrol prices. It has been speculated that the cost could go up by 40 per cent.

    However, the State-owned petroleum company, Y.P.F. (Yacimientos Petroliferos Fiscales), has refused to give any indication on the size of the increase.

    The Argentine cabinet was reported to have already studied the new fuel prices. Such an increase is expected to set off further increases in the price of food and public services.

    Local newspapers in Buenos Aires said the new fuel prices were likely to push to cost of transport up by 40 per cent and telephone bills 20 per cent.

    Argentina, like most countries in the world, has suffered from continuous price increases. In August, President Maria Estela Peron appealed to Argentines on Television to launch a campaign to beat shortages and rising prices.

    And the Economy Minister Alfredo Gomez Morales recently told a group of journalists that inflation in his country was running at 25 to 26 per cent.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA58X5P5XFRPN448Z6W6HEFYGL5
    Media URN:
    VLVA58X5P5XFRPN448Z6W6HEFYGL5
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    22/11/1974
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:02:09:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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