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The first oil war : implications of the Gulf crisis in the oil market

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OIES paper: SP1
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The issues which provided Iraq with the pretext for its invasion of Kuwait were oil pricing policies and oil revenues. Of course, Iraq had broader political and regional objectives, but its most immediate and pressing concern was to loosen the economic and financial noose that was threatening strangulation. Low oil prices, technical limitations on current oil output and financial constraints on the investments required to reclaim or expand productive capacity were causing intractable problems...

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University of Oxford
Research group:
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Research group:
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
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Publication date:
1990
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uuid:5b4a8a4e-bc45-48f3-ab42-bf8f29469be8
Local pid:
ora:10249
ISBN:
0-948061-38-3

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