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As Russian oil exports decline, fears of global supply crunch grow

By France24
28 March 2022   |   1:10 pm
Russian crude exports have declined substantially since the war began, fuelling global oil supply concerns. We also take a look at how sanctions against Russia are affecting tourism in Cuba, as well as a critical week ahead for Amazon, which faces two separate union elections in the US.

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