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Oil prices are expected to average 63 U.S. dollars per barrel in 2010, after 55.5 dollars per barrel in 2009 this year, the World Bank said in its report on the Middle East and North Africa issued in Istanbul, Saturday (3 / 10 ).

Between the AFP report quoted, the price is sufficient to prevent a major crisis in the oil-producing countries, though far below than the peak in 2008, as stated in the report "Economic Development and Prospects" of the World Bank.

Mentioned, oil prices in 2009 are no longer significantly affected by factors that have caused oil prices reach record high by mid-2008.

"Demand for oil possibilities of the world is still low," says the report, issued ahead of activities between annual meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) in financial city in Turkey's largest.

Meanwhile, the IMF does not provide projections for oil prices in 2010 mid-year report on the world economic outlook (WEO), published Thursday.

According to the WEO report mentioned only in world oil demand is expected to increase to 85.7 million barrels per day in 2010 from 84.4 million barrels per day in 2009, although still below the 2008 level of demand of 86.3 million barrels per day.

Oil prices are back down below 70 dollars per barrel in trading Friday after the U.S. government reported that U.S. jobs data worse than projected which raised fears of economic recovery in countries that consume the world's largest oil that has been shaken.

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