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LONDON (Reuters) – OPEC oil production rose in June as the group eased supply curbs under an agreement with its allies and Iran’s exports rose amid talks about reviving its nuclear deal with world powers, a Reuters survey showed.
The survey found that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), which includes 13 members, pumped 26.24 million barrels per day in June, up by 740,000 barrels per day from May. Production has increased in every month since June 2020, except for February.
(Prepared by Moataz Mohamed for the Arabic Bulletin)
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