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Petrol prices expected to rise after opec moves to dramatically slash oil exports | the world

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Some of the world’s major oil producers have decided to cut the amount they export in a move that could see petrol prices around the world rise. The move by OPEC+ has inflamed diplomatic tensions with the US, which called the decision “short-sighted”, and accused Saudi Arabia of aligning with Russia.

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