Russian oil losing competitive edge in India as prices rise

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India’s crude oil imports from Russia in November were the costliest in a year, government data show, reflecting lowering discounts on the fuel.

Refiners in the world’s third-largest oil consumer paid an average of $85.90 a barrel for shipments from its largest supplier, up 1.8% compared with $84.46 in October.

Russian oil losing competitive edge in India as prices rise

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