Russia: oil prices could fall due to overproduction
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Russia, the world’s biggest oil producer, has been gradually redirecting its oil exports from Europe to the increasingly more promising Chinese market, as China became the largest oil importer in the world.
The diversification of oil supplies triggers a higher growth of the prices in imports than the growth in its prices on the global markets, writes Poland’s central bank, NBP, in its report.
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