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Sellers' market

25 April 2007 By Edward Hadas

The price of crude is up 30% since the January low. But higher prices are hardly slowing down demand, especially in Asia. Supply is held back by inefficient producers and bad politics. A global slowdown may be the fastest way for customers to regain control.

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