Monday, March 28, 2011

Its about oil and gold

What is this Kelley's Heroes in the desert?
The partial image of the chart shows world rank, country, tonnes of gold and % of national reserves.

Libya's gold reserves, ranked No. 23 in the world, ahead of Saudi Arabia, as of December 2009 (see table above), are worth around $6.5 billion at current prices, enough to finance Gadhafi's defense against opposition and international forces for quite a while, to say the least. Furthermore, Gadhafi may have some other assets stashed in 'untraceable' places.

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