4/14/2009

Despite all the fuss about growing demand for this scarce resource, the price of crude oil has gone lower and lower over the past 200 years, writes Ruchir Sharma, head of emerging markets at Morgan Stanley Investment Management. "This long-term price decline is due mainly to the constant discovery of new fields and greater energy efficiency, making nonsense of the idea that the world is rapidly running out of oil."

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