May 2001
Middle East;May2001, Issue 312, p37
Focuses on the efforts of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to fine tune the global petroleum supply and demand. Actions by the OPEC which showed its resolve to maintain a solid foundation on pricing; Signs of faltering demand and still lean global inventories in the market.


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