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War, High Prices Prompt Opec to Lower Demand View

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Suhail al-Mazrouei, Mohammed Barkindo

Opec's number crunchers have cut their demand and supply forecasts for 2022 because of Russia's war against Ukraine and coronavirus infections in China.

Topics:
Forecasts, Oil Supply, Oil Demand, Military Conflict
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