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OPEC's refusal to lower production seems to be part of a strategy to cut out competitors.
We examine how the dropping oil prices are impacting the world markets and economies.
As the country lurches towards a financial crisis, we look at President Vladimir Putin's reaction to the rouble crash.
There is growing unease in Iran over the accumulated financial burden of Tehran's regional military commitments.
The Middle East can achieve first-move advantage in a market that appears to be the longer-term future of energy.
What is good for the climate can be good for OPEC, too.
OPEC, which accounts for around 80 per cent of the world's crude oil reserves, meets as prices hit four year low.
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Meeting in Vienna focuses on the declining prices of crude and whether to raise or maintain members' oil output ceiling.
Guards injured as diplomatic missions of two Arab countries opposed to militias in control of Tripoli are targeted.
As global oil prices tumble, we ask why the country that is OPEC's kingpin is doing nothing to stop it.
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