Opec+ to keep up output, prices may fall
The Times of India Delhi|December 03, 2021
Relief may be in sight for fuel consumers in India as the Opec+ grouping on Thursday decided to continue raising production by 400,000 barrels per day in January in spite of mounting nervousness over Omicron – the new Covid-19 variant – disrupting demand recovery and building up inventory.
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