Oil of ¡Olé!

August 1978
New Republic;8/19/78, Vol. 179 Issue 8, p5
This article comments on the policy of the administration of U.S. President Jimmy Carter toward Mexico, with regard to the huge petroleum reserve that the state posses. The U.S. government has confirmed that Mexico has huge petroleum reserves and has drawn its energy policies keeping this fact into account. The Carter administration has speculated about an imminent energy crisis in the period between mid-1980s and 1990.


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