Oil prices: A crude awakening - The Economist

Oil prices: A crude awakening

Oil prices: A crude awakening - The Economist
Oil prices: A crude awakening
Published Aug 21, 2004
847 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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Never underestimate the power of oil BRAIN power and computer chips are supposed to be the fuel of the modern "knowledge economy" rather than oil. Yet the black stuff still has the power to shock. Crude oil prices surged to a record...

  
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