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Gas Prices Dip For First Time In 2013

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

NPR's business news starts gas prices dipping.

For the first time this year, gasoline prices have come down a bit. The Lundberg Survey says the average price for a gasoline of regular fell almost six cents over the last couple of weeks - down to $3.74. Might not sound like much of an improvement, but the price had been increasing for the last two months, up more than 50 cents.

Part of the rise is because oil companies have idled production to prepare for the busy spring and summer driving seasons. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.