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To Stabilize the Oil Market, OPEC Refines Its Strategy

May 26, 2017 | 10:04 GMT

The newly extended production cut will slowly restore balance to the international oil market. But as the countries participating in the deal get closer to achieving their goals, they will face a different dilemma: how to ease out of it.

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