Oil above $99 as Libya’s oil industry in chaos (AP) – 123th Edition

Evacuees from Libya stand with their luggage after disembarking from a Greek ferry in the port of Piraeus. Libya, one of Africa's biggest oil producers, had a huge multinational workforce before the current crisis including construction workers, oil industry workers and domestic helpers from Bangladesh, China, Egypt and the Philippines.(AFP/Louisa Gouliamaki)AP – Oil prices jumped above $99 a barrel Monday in Asia as Libya’s violent power struggle continued to disrupt crude output in the OPEC nation. Violent protests in Oman also raised fears political upheaval could impact other crude exporters.

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