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Nations Using Oil 'As A Weapon' Causing Damage to OPEC

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Nations Using Oil 'As A Weapon' Causing Damage to OPEC

Nations Using Oil 'As A Weapon' Causing Damage to OPEC

According to Reuters, Iran’s oil minister hit out on Wednesday against the use of oil sanctions “as a weapon” by the United States and the damage it was doing to OPEC.

Oil prices hit their highest since November in recent days after Washington said all waivers for those importing sanctions-hit Iranian oil would end this week.

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