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An emergency meeting of OPEC countries+ scheduled for April 9, which will be held in format of teleconference – the center of attention of market players all over the world. The stakes are high: either the States together fail to agree on the reduction of production volumes of "black gold", or the barrel will fall to record low levels, bringing the economies of producing countries, and so lying on the side of the pandemic, a new untold disaster. A lot depends on participation in the dialogue States that have not previously been aside from cutting production. According to preliminary data, the consent to capacity limitation gave Norway, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Mexico, and Canada and the United States. However, the participation of the two countries in remote negotiations are not officially confirmed.
International festival of mobile cinema is being held in Russia for the second time in the year when the mobile phone was 47 years old. The event organizers decided not to cancel in a pandemic, and to carry out all in online.
In the Mexican Ministry of health has expressed outrage after the attack on nurses working with patients who have the coronavirus
Mexico is ready to cut oil production at 100 thousand barrels per day under OPEC deals+ in the next two months. Thus, according to the Minister of energy of the country Rocio Nala, the production volume will reach 1,681 million barrels per day
The main intrigue of the world petroleum negotiations is whether countries involved in the new deal OPEC+, to persuade Mexico to accept the General conditions – lasted less than a day. Initially, Mexico refused to cut production by 400 thousand barrels per day. The next day the figure changed to 350 thousand, and the country was agree that 250 thousand of them took over the United States. Now the final approval of the transaction is expected in the evening of 10 April. In the conference of energy Ministers of "big twenty".

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