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Complex ruptures in the US-Saudi oil vessel

By Ameen Izzadeen In a monopoly market, a trader can make one thousand rupees by selling a commodity he is dealing with in two ways – by selling a few items at a high price or many items at a … Continue reading

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Oil politics: The secret US-Saudi deal

By Ameen Izzadeen Is oil a bane or a boon? A blessing or a curse? If there had been no oil, would we have reached the advanced stage that we are in today in industrial development? There would not have … Continue reading

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Asia becomes flashpoint of big power conflicts

By Ameen Izzadeen As tension builds up between China and Japan over disputed islands in the seas separating the two countries, one wonders whether the pawns are being moved to checkmate China, the world’s number two economic power. Though in … Continue reading

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