Greenspan on natural gas supply and demand issues

In testimony 'Natural gas supply and demand issues' Alan Greenspan of the Federal Reserve said high natural gas prices are likely to last into next year, and could weaken some key American industries' ability to compete but he stopped short of suggesting that tight natural gas supplies might thwart economic recovery.

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Testimony of Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan before the Committee on Energy and Commerce

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