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28 November 2007 By Cyrus Sanati

The oil cartel is under pressure to push up production quotas by 2%. But this highly speculative market is already wellstocked. Additional supply could push the price down sharply, as happened a decade ago. A repeat would cripple some Opec members oildependent economies.

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