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Saudi Arabia's Fake Surrender: Why The Oil Price War Is Still On

Submitted by Kurt Cobb via, What do you do when everyone is bugging you to do something, but you don't want to do it? The simple answer is that you make it look like you are doing something in order to get others off your back. It is not always easy to tell what people's intentions are. But we can look at what they have done in the past. The main thing that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has done over the past year, in response to pressure from other OPEC members, is talk about steps it would take to raise oil prices.
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