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29 November 2016 By Andy Critchlow

Saudi Arabia has suggested higher global demand may boost oil prices regardless of whether the cartel strikes a deal on Nov. 30 to cut output. That’s optimistic. Banking on stronger world growth to soak up excess supply is a dicey strategy when protectionism risks are growing.

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