Oil price tumbles after UAE official signals support for boosting production
10 March 2022 | 4:00 pm
Oil prices have plunged after the United Arab Emirates said it supported increasing production. Brent crude, an international benchmark, fell more than 17% at one point after the statement by the UAE, a member of the powerful oil cartel Opec.
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