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Saudi energy minister talks OPEC+ unity, backs Aramco to soar

Reuters Friday, 6 December 2019
OPEC and its allies would only ease supply curbs and pump more oil once global crude inventories fall and pricing reflects a tighter market, Saudi Arabia's energy minister told Reuters.
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