OPEC Deadlocked As Iran, Saudis Harden Positions On Cuts Deal

November 2016
Investors Business Daily;11/29/2016, p1
The article reports that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' (OPEC) latest deal to curtail oil production appeared in jeopardy as Iran decided not to make cuts while Saudi Arabia insisted Tehran must be willing to play a meaningful role in any agreement. Ministers gathering in Vienna before OPEC meeting are attempting to resolve differences obstructing an accord.


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