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Obscure Firms Pop Up to Trade Russian Oil

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As the trade in Russian oil becomes more opaque because of western sanctions, Russian exporters are selling more of their barrels via obscure trading entities, some of which appear to be shell companies with no assets to their name.

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Oil Trade, Sanctions, Oil Supply
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