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  • As many as 20 percent of Libya's five million people are sub-Saharan Africans who traveled overland to find work in this oil-exporting nation.

    Libya Conflict Could Create Crisis to the South, Analysts Say

  • That provides an economic cushion to big oil-exporting nations.

    Unrest Hits Region's Markets, Raises Fear of Lingering Woes

  • The protests in Iran, Libya and other Middle East countries following the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak have kept oil markets on edge, with investors concerned that unrest in the maj or oil-exporting region could send prices higher on any signs of escalating turmoil.

    Oil Prices Steady

  • But if I were in charge of an oil-exporting country and every last person on earth had come to know the permanent nature of the oil crisis, why wouldn't I start giving resource nationalism a good look.

    Priorities « PubliCola

  • In November, the king appointed his son Miteb to head the kingdom's National Guard after the elderly monarch fell ill with a herniated disc, The move sparked speculation once again about succession in the world's top oil-exporting nation.

    Saudis Face Succession Questions

  • The move sparked speculation once again about succession in the world's top oil-exporting nation.

    Saudi King Names Interior Minister Crown Prince

  • This oil-exporting country of 154 million people has long enjoyed the money and manpower to dominate its continent, and some analysts expect it to top South Africa as the most economically and politically powerful country in Africa by 2030.

    Nigerian Election Success Could Polish Country's Reputation

  • Obama has sought to avert a humanitarian disaster in Libya and keep turmoil in the North African oil-exporting country from destabilising the broader region while also trying to limit US involvement.

    US rebuffs Gaddafi letter to Obama

  • Overall, the region's economic outlook has become more clouded, even for the oil-exporting nations that stand to benefit from higher fuel prices, at least until demand destruction kicks in.

    Fallout From 'Days of Rage' In Middle East

  • Protests have spread to oil-exporting nations, especially Libya, Oman and Bahrain but also Iraq, raising the risk of fuel-supply vulnerabilities.

    Fallout From 'Days of Rage' In Middle East

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