The development of the international economy has created a system of interdependent nations, ultimateiy pointing at one world economy. This process of globalisation has strengthened the role of international economic organisations and treaties, creating new sets of rules, procedures, and principles.
Most people still believe that the big international oil Companies dominate the governance of world oil. This is not surprising since these companies continue to be amongst the largest in the world and through most of the twentieth century their power has been unchallenged. Their eclipse inside the exporting countries by the national oil companies […]
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