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Trump says oil price rise after attack on Saudi plants 'not a problem'

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday downplayed the impact of a spike in oil prices in the wake of the attacks on Saudi oil plants, saying prices had not risen much and that the United States and other countries could offset the increase by releasing more supply.

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