Iraq Says Fighting Has No Effect on Oil Output

June 11 (Bloomberg) -- Iraqi oil minister Abdul Kareem al-Luaibi talks with Bloomberg in Vienna about the impact of fighting with guerrillas on oil production. A day after fighters from a breakaway al-Qaeda group drove police and soldiers from Mosul, the nation’s second-biggest city, there were conflicting reports on the situation in Baiji, north of Baghdad and home to Iraq’s biggest refinery. (Source: Bloomberg)

Vedanta Focused on Meeting Debt Requirements: CEO
41:38 - Tom Albanese, chief executive officer at Vedanta Resources, talks about the impact of lower commodities prices on the mining industry and the challenge of managing debt requirements. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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