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Oil Prices 2016: Saudi Arabia Cuts Off Oil To Egypt

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Saudi Aramco has discontinued shipping refined oil products to the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation, Egypt's state oil company, as of early October, Reuters reported Monday, citing an Egyptian government official.
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