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After the 2008 crisis, the Asian and European markets are beginning to recover slowly in 2012, but insufficient to keep oil demand at pre-crisis levels from ...

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In 1999, the global economy is returning back to the level it was in before the crisis. At the time of the growth of the economy, the price of crude oil is ...

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The Iran-Iraq war reduced the production of crude oil in both countries and thus reduced production and supply of crude oil by 6% in the world market. From ...

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Changes in oil prices are associated with the world economy and are often seen as the cause of inflation and recession. The cause of the increase in oil prices ...

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The world's demand for liquefied natural gas is on the rise, according to research, which is why even the leading countries on the list of countries rich in ...

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Europe and the United States can more easily tolerate the increase of energy than developing countries. The growth in energy prices, especially oil and ...

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Currently, about one-fourth of the European Union's gas supply comes from the single company, Russian Gazprom, and about 80% of that supply comes by a single ...

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The Turkish president said that the Turkey which did not attract investors is just a bitter past from the past. He pointed out that since 2009, the EBRD has ...

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Let's go back to China and her role in the battle for Eurasia. When comparing Russia with China, taking into account demographic power, it is necessary to take ...

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Southeastern Europe has been gaining in importance in the current energy conditions and planned reforms of the European Union. The latest crisis in Ukraine ...

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