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23 May 2017 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

With U.S. crude imports decreasing, rethinking the size of the government’s 688 mln barrel stockpile may make sense. But flattering the White House budget by $17 bln isn’t a good reason for selling nearly half of it. Strategic and market factors should be the drivers.

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