Fairfield police arrest suspects in thefts of car part

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As the Gulf oil spill gushed out of control, BP's financial liabilities seemed big enough to sink the company.

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Norm Silver

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#1 Dec 30, 2010
I don't know where all of the figures quoted come from but BP is one of the worlds largets corporate conglomerates. But they have split off many of the the other interests they own to protect them from siezure. BP is wealthier than 80% of the nations of this world. Their true solvency question is a myth.

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