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Opec policy of flooding market a boon to Asia

Oversupply to continue in the new year; Malaysia, region's biggest exporter, may be hurt the most

Hong Kong

THE world's biggest oil consumers could hardly have hoped for a better Opec meeting.

The group that supplies most of Asia's crude effectively decided to abandon production limits in the hope that unrelenting supply of cheap oil will squeeze out rivals. With prices trading...

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