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Which describes the relationship between oil-producing Middle Eastern nations and the consumer states that consume their petroleum?

Consumer states often are dependent on Mideast oil producers, but potential ties to terrorist groups are a disturbing possibility.
Because of the Middle East’s instability, oil-consuming states are able to dictate policy regarding the oil-producing nations.
The oil-producing nations wield absolute power over their overseas oil consumers, who have no alternative source of oil.
Oil-producing nations realize their economic interdependence with the consumer states and work together in harmony.

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