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The Man Behind Norway's Oil Wealth

How is it that Norway's oil wealth fund grew to $850 billion, while Alberta's Heritage Fund stalled out at $17 billion - 50 times less? Michael talks to Farouk al-Kasim, the Iraqi geologist credited with the creation of Norway's fund.

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