The joint ministerial committee of OPEC and non-OPEC ministers that oversaw the production cuts from 2017 and the first half of this year has once again recommended that the cartel and its partners reduce crude oil production, TASS reports, citing the energy minister of Oman, Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhy. "We just agreed on the reduction. Actually, the level of reduction will be discussed in the next two days," Al Rumhy told media in Vienna. Later today, however, OPEC will come out with a statement on the topic that will reveal its final position…
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