Venezuela Oil Production Ends Seven-Year Slide

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Venezuela’s emaciated oil industry is finally lifting production after a seven-year slide, a rebound analysts say is mostly the result of the US government easing off sanctions as a carrot for democratic reforms in Caracas.

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