By Wael Mahdi and Grant Smith, Bloomberg |
January 10, 2013
Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest crude exporter, reduced production to the lowest in 19 months as booming U.S. output and recovering shipments from Iraq threaten to oversupply the global oil market.
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