WATCHING THE WORLD A HARD LINE ON LIBYA

With Roger Vielvoye from London The U.S. government's firm line on American companies trading with unfriendly nations continues to cause heartaches in the oil industry. Sanctions imposed against Libya in 1986 have left five U.S. companies with extensive exploration and production assets in Libya they cannot service.

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