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Oil prices have experienced a steep drop in recent months, with experts not believing in a near-term trend reversal. Consumers may be happy, but most producers of the black gold certainly aren't.
The drastic fall in oil prices has pundits wondering when oil-producing nations are finally willing to strike a deal on reducing their output so as to ease the current glut. This page collates recent DW content on the topic.
In 2002, Rukam villagers sold their land to a palm oil company. Since then, they've seen their peatlands, forests and fish stocks vanish. Now they're weighing up the environmental cost of their decision and future hopes.