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Full choke

10 June 2016 By Andy Critchlow

At some point, the cartel may try to cut production to prop up oil prices. To date, investors have focused on the risk of a post-sanctions Iran upending this by hiking output. Instead, the big risk is that Iraq, which has opened its spigots since 2012, refuses to toe the line.

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