Putin's Reward for Doing a Deal With OPEC Overshadowed by RisksBy
Reducing flow of Russian crude could damage fields, pipelines
Russia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Venezuela agree oil-output freeze
Neither a recession nor a collapse in revenue has been enough to convince Russian President Vladimir Putin that it’s time to join with OPEC and cut oil output to boost prices. His reasons may be pragmatic rather than political.
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