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Sour crude for Asia

30 August 2012 By Wayne Arnold

Growth is slowing, but crude has climbed by a quarter in the past two months. That’s not good for energy-hungry Asia, which relies heavily on imports. Higher fuel costs could keep inflation high, making it more difficult for central banks to cut rates as economic growth slows.

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