Davies: African industrialisation crucial

Davies: African industrialisation crucial

Beijing : China | Jul 19, 2012 at 1:54 AM PDT
Source: News 24
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52 Motorists may have been ripped off with traders allegedly manipulating oil prices in the same way as Libor interest rates, according to reports. Jul 18 2012 22:10 There is very little South Africans can do about reported oil price rigging and the possible effect it could have on motorists, an expert... FULL ARTICLE AT News 24
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