Saudi Arabia steps up efforts to reduce global oil supply

Khaled Al-Faleh, Saudi Arabia's energy minister, is under pressure to rally support among key oil producers to rein in excess supply.

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    Khaled Al-Faleh, Saudi Arabia's energy minister, is under pressure to rally support among key oil producers to rein in excess supply.

    He has played a crucial role in convincing non-OPEC members such as Russia to cut output for the first six months of this year.

    Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports from Riyadh.


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