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Indian state refiners near first annual deals to buy Russian oil - sources

Reuters India Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Indian state refiners are close to signing their first annual deals to buy Russian oil, three sources privy to the development said, as the nation moves to tap new sources to hedge against geopolitical risks.
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