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Russia echoes Saudi view for OPEC hike

By Bloomberg
25 June 2018   |   11:05 am
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak told Bloomberg Television on Saturday that OPEC+ production hike will be close to one million barrels per day, echoing the Saudi view.

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