Saudi Arabia Won't Cut Crude Output, Reaffirms Freeze AccordBy , , and
Kingdom doesn't trust other producers to cooperate with cuts
Other producers may join agreement to freeze production
Saudi Arabia said it won’t cut oil production because it doesn’t trust other countries to join in, insisting instead that high-cost producers ought to bear the burden of reducing the current surplus.
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