March 2, 2011

Arab Freedom Worth an Oil Shock

Martin Wolf, Financial Times

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Beyond that, much would depend on the durability of the price spike and on the policy responses. If the recent jump proved short-lived, the economic effect would be reversed. Among important questions is how far such unrest affects other producers, particularly Saudi Arabia. For now,...

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