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Bear Minimum

18 Jul 2012 By Kevin Allison, Christopher Swann

The oil reserves of Russia are twice those of the U.S. Yet output is only rising half as fast. A penalising tax code that discourages drilling for harder-to-reach oil is to blame. Making exceptions for the likes of Exxon is no substitute for bold reform.

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