As OPEC price hike looms, Asia’s big oil buyers may shop elsewhere

SINGAPORE/TOKYO, Nov 29 (Reuters) – For the first time since
2008, OPEC is set to strike a deal to cut oil output that may
boost prices. It may also give itself a bloody nose in Asia,
where big buyers are ramping up supplies from elsewhere and say
they don’t want to pay more for fuel.

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