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Had the thwarted al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) attack on Yemen's oil industry succeeded, its impact would have been immense. This country of 25 million people now suffers greater dependency on oil exports than its neighbour Saudi Arabia, although it produces 50 times less. A generation ago, when Yemen didn't know it had oil, the country's biggest source of foreign exchange was Yemenis themselves, the two million worked across the Gulf and sent remittances home.