Wednesday, May 18, 2011
The price and security of foreign oil has Western policymakers talking more urgently about energy independence — again. But according to Prakash Loungani, an economist and advisor to the IMF’s Research Department, to insulate themselves from the economic effects of oil spikes, countries are going to have to learn to work together.To continue reading see the recent article on the Globalist website.
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