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U.S. ban may mean more Venezuelan oil for China and India

By Bloomberg
26 January 2019   |   9:30 am
- A possible move by President Donald Trump to hurt Venezuela’s oil industry could prove a shot in the arm for China and India. If the U.S. decides to deploy a slate of sanctions that it’s said to have drafted against the Latin American nation, American refiners would be forced to cease purchases.

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