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Friday, June 8, 2007
Is Increased Chinese demand for oil driving up the world price?
Not as much as you think. In part it's substituting in part of US demand. See this Marginal Revolution
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I teach Macroeconomics at the University of Hong Kong. I use this blog to write about macroeconomic developments in Hong Kong, answer interesting students posed by my students, and discuss anything else that interests me and seems vaguely on-topic.
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