Cheap gas leaves electric vehicle sales stuck in neutral


petros
#61
Is it?

Explain in full.
 
Murphy
#62
He's just looking for attention. Consider the source and ignore him.
 
captain morgan
#63
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Surely to God even ignore listers can understand that having all this money directed into gasoline is an absolute economic killer.

You mean like the gasoline/diesel used to produce foodstuffs and/or deliver it to the retail outlets.

That economic killer?
 
petros
#64
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

You mean like the gasoline/diesel used to produce foodstuffs and/or deliver it to the retail outlets.

That economic killer?

You sure feel the extra cost of those items after a trip to the store in Vancouver.

I wonder why?

It keeps tourists away.

That's always nice but if you rely on it, not so nice.
 
Gilgamesh
#65
rofl

Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Is it?

Explain in full.

Pick up a physics and/or chemistry textbook.
 
captain morgan
#66
The local economy in YVR is hollow.. Like you suggest, overly dependent on tourism and the biggest employer by far is the service sector.

You can't have any kind of life in that town as a guy pumping gas or slinging drinks unless you live 4 peeps to a 1.5 bedroom condo and that gets old super quick, even for an 18 y/o
 
Gilgamesh
#67
The high cost of gasoline in Canuckistan is almost all due to taxes. Even a Grade 9 student should know that.
 
pgs
#68
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

The local economy in YVR is hollow.. Like you suggest, overly dependent on tourism and the biggest employer by far is the service sector.

You can't have any kind of life in that town as a guy pumping gas or slinging drinks unless you live 4 peeps to a 1.5 bedroom condo and that gets old super quick, even for an 18 y/o

Actually forestry , mining and more and more secondary manufacturing are fueling the British Columbia economy as much as tourism . Kamloops and the Okanogan are vibrant growing communities , granted tourism is a major part of their growth it is not all.
 

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