For years, folks in Haiti had subsidized fuel and were...

Karl Lorenz - February 3 2015, 9:23 AM

For years, folks in Haiti had subsidized fuel and were sheltered from the international fuel market.

Now, due to unusual and temporary circumstances, the market is extremely low and folks want to take advantage of that.

What will folks do when the international market goes back up to much higher rates?

Will folks then protest and demand that someone once again subsidizes their fuel?

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