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RE:Gaddaf fall will result into fuel price fall!

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by Njowepo, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. Njowepo

    Njowepo JF-Expert Member

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    I was jus checking news from BBW at 20hrs EAT broadcasted that there will be a relief on oil prices though it may take 3 weeks to repair the broken infranstructures like tanks,pipes etc
    Rebels have a control of 95% of Tripoli according to western media
     
  2. HAZOLE

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    crisis vs fall of fuel price, any correlation here??
     
  3. Imany John

    Imany John Verified User

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    ts amaizng!

    Jana muhadhir wangu ambaye anaheshimika sana na nimtu mwenye mchango mkubwa katka exploration ya madini Tanzania alise "SISI WAAFRIKA NI MABWEGE"
    Sasa nimeamin alichokuwa akikisema.

    Na bdo kdogo tutasikia Tanzania sh. Imeimarka mara6 zaidi.
     
  4. Njowepo

    Njowepo JF-Expert Member

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    Kadri mapigano yanavyozidi kule infranstructure za kuzalisha mafuta zimeharibika as a result 2% of world oil toka Libya inashuka katika mzunguko hence bei kupanda and the vice versa is the case.
    Natumai nimeeleweka au nkuwekee na graph za demand vs supply ya mafuta na impact yake?
     
  5. Kobello

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    Si kweli, 2% can easily be replaced by OPEC members' increase in crude oil production.
     
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