Oil crisis eases but energy challenges remain
The latest world oil price fluctuations have apparently died down. The crisis, triggered by political turmoil in some oil producing countries, worried Indonesia, as a net oil importer, but it rode its luck.
If only the winter prolonged and Japan were unaffected by the earthquake and tsunami the situation would have been different.
However, the latest oil crisis, at least, was enough...
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