By Simon Lim

September 20, 2012

American drivers feel less "pain at the pump" than all but a handful of other nations – most of which are major oil producers that heavily subsidize fuel prices. That's the conclusion of's quarterly gasoline price ranking, and one that’s at odds with the experience of many Americans.

If filling the tank in the U.S. is as relatively painless as the ranking shows, why do many Americans say it hurts so much?

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