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Western Oil Firms Remain as US Exits Iraq

By Dahr Jamail :| Baghdad | 07 Jan 2012

On November 27, 38 months after Royal Dutch Shell announced its pursuit of a massive gas deal in southern Iraq, the oil giant had its contract signed for a $17bn flared gas deal.

 

What is money?

By : Dan Hind | Al Jazeera / 16 Oct 2011

We spend a lot of time thinking about money, one way or another. We think about how to get our hands on it, how to keep it safe and how to spend it. When we aren't asleep, there's a good chance that we're paying attention to money. But while money is never far from our thoughts, there is something curious about our relationship with it. For all that we use it to get through the day, most of us don't know what it is.

 

Challenges loom as world population hits 7 billion

By David Crary | AP | 16 Oct 2011

She’s a 40-year-old mother of eight, with a ninth child due soon. The family homestead in a Burundi village is too small to provide enough food, and three of the children have quit school for lack of money to pay required fees.

“I regret to have made all those children,” says Godelive Ndageramiwe. “If I were to start over, I would only make two or three.”

 

Toll of Arab Spring on Mideast economies grows

By David Rosenberg | The Media Line | Dubai / 20 Sept 2011

The cost of Arab Spring turmoil to the economies of the Middle East and North Africa continues to rise while the gains from higher oil prices are diminishing, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Tuesday as it lowered its forecast for gross domestic product growth in 2011 and 2012.

 
 

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