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North America’s Oil Growth Engine Shows Signs of Slowing

By Bloomberg
21 October 2017   |   5:10 am
Schlumberger Ltd. and Baker Hughes, the world’s two biggest oilfield service companies, say North America’s growth engine is slowing. Bloomberg's David Wethe reports on "Bloomberg Markets."

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