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So here we are, 2006 and Crude Oil is about $73 a barrel. Crude Oil is the blood which flows through the veins of most (if not all) economies in the world.

China and India are growing at amazing rates, despite having populations of over a billion people the living conditions for all of it's people are improving significantly.

The point of this thread is too ask when does oil get to the point that economic growth stagnates and it's too expensive too develop infastructure at the pace it is now?
 

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IMO no. If anything it make it more competitive. Their costs have been low, and they have more money to spend on oil.
 

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It will encourage continued transit infrastructure projects in developing countries, and force the richer countries with a love affair for cars to move towards more sustainable development.
 

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Fair enough.

What I'm scared about is both of the countries are bulding their countries in a similar style to the us, Could the new China and India be car dependant like America is?
 
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