For Once, Low Oil Prices May Be a Problem for World's EconomyBy and
The global economy relies more on oil-rich nations for growth
Azerbaijan, Nigeria and Suriname in talks for emergency loans
For the last 75 years, almost every economic crisis has been preceded by an oil price spike. The worry now is that low energy prices are pushing the global economy into a tailspin.
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