All gas stations are competing on price. Or are they?
This week I was traveling back from a client and stopped at a gas station near Woerden. One of the few that doesn’t a big sign outside saying “10 cents discount per liter!”.
This is partly an egg-in-my-face article as it is a challenge of the “startup culture”. Especially the Silicon Valley variant that Nigerians seem to want to model after.
I get a little frustrated when people talk about that picture and just say “a nine-year-old girl”. She has a name. More to the point, she’s alive and well and she lived a full and interesting life: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phan_Thi_Kim_Phuc
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