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Food and oil scarcity means tougher times ahead


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                                                  Friday, May 23, 2008
Dear eTN reader,

As economic uncertainties cloud over in various parts of the world, there is one thing is certain--as the price of food and oil keeps going up, social tension will increase. Industry analysts expressed this viewpoint recently in Dubai. Click to today’s lead story to learn more about what experts have to say about what can be expected to occur in the coming months.
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