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Saturday, 28 May 2016

Brazil's pushy oil nationalism five years late

Oil ours

Costs, poor terms and state meddling persuaded the likes of Exxon to avoid the auction for the country’s largest field. Brasilia may have gotten away with it before the jump in global reserves from the shale revolution. Now playing hardball may mean lower output – and less lucre.

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