Repsol, Sinopec Settle Prolonged North Sea Dispute

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Spain's Repsol has agreed to buy its Chinese partner Sinopec's 49% stake in their UK North Sea joint venture for $1.1 billion, ending a legal dispute that had been rumbling on for eight years.

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