The rapid spurt in oil prices in the global market has forced a sense of urgency to the energy crisis that America faces, says Dr. Girish Bhaskar.
In an article, published by Kaumudi Singapore, he writes:
With the average gasoline prices hovering above $4 per gallon, the middle class has started to feel the pinch. For millions of people who are minimum wage earners, the pain has been acute and palpable. People are adapting to the new realities to cope up with the surging oil prices…
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