OPEC

[ US /ˈoʊˌpɛk/ ]
NOUN
  1. an organization of countries formed in 1961 to agree on a common policy for the production and sale of petroleum
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  • Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) would make a decision on whether to boost output to calm minister said on Tuesday he sees no push by OPEC members to raise oil output to counter a spike in prices to 18-month highs. WN.com - Business News
  • China's Eximbank acts as an investor (providing) loans," Magauov said. "Sinopec Engineering is a contractor.
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  • All this happened at a time when the supply of oil was being artificially restricted by the Opec oil cartel. Times, Sunday Times
  • OpEdNews - Quicklink: OPEC blames 'mismanaged' U.S. economy for soaring oil prices - IHT OpEdNews - Quicklink: OPEC blames 'mismanaged' U.S. economy for soaring oil prices -IHT
  • Minister Sheikh Ahmad Abdullah al-Sabah said on Tuesday the Organization of the Minister Sheikh Ahmad Abdullah al-Sabah said on Tuesday Opec will leave its production unchanged at its meeting next month, adding that current oil price Minister Sheikh Ahmad Abdullah al-Sabah said on Tuesday OPEC will leave its production unchanged at its meeting next month, adding that current oil price WN.com - Articles related to OPEC likely to maintain output level: Algeria
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