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6 December 2012 By Raul Gallegos

To play on the world stage, Brazil’s oil champion must branch out. That may be why it seems reluctant to sell Gulf of Mexico assets. Yet the company also needs cash for a domestic agenda that includes a $237 bln capex plan. With Brasilia’s meddling, Petrobras can’t have it all.

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