The high price of oil

Newman, Nicholas
May 2008
Engineering & Technology (17509637);5/10/2008, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p46
Academic Journal
The surging price of oil appears to be at the root of all our economic woes, but as Nicholas Newman explains, there may be darker days ahead.


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