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OPEC Rejects US Demand for More Oil

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) yesterday kept oil supplies unchanged at 29.67 million barrels and began a debate about whether or not an output cut is needed in March to defend prices against a drop in demand. OPEC rejected an appeal from Washington for more oil to lower fuel bills and bolster its slowing economy. Full Story

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