Opec producers and allies have agreed to cut output by around 10% to counter the slump in demand caused by coronavirus lockdowns.
The group said it would cut output in May and June by 10 million barrels to help prop up prices. The cuts will then be eased gradually until April 2022.
Opec+, made up of Opec producers and allies including Russia, held talks on Thursday via video conference.
Talks were complicated …
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