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Oil Producers Aren’t Keeping Up With Demand, Causing Prices to Stay High

Por: The New York Times Business January 14, 2022

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Nearly two years ago the world’s oil producers as the pandemic gripped the world’s economies. The sharp pullback came with an implicit promise that as factories reopened and planes returned to the air, the oil industry would revive, too, gradually scaling up production to help economies return to prepandemic health.It isn’t exactly turning out that way. Oil producers are finding it harder than expected to ramp up output. Members of the... + full article



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