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India eases oil import rules as it seeks to cut costs

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India has for the first time allowed state refiners to buy 35 percent of their oil imports in tankers arranged by the seller, a document reviewed by Reuters showed, enabling them to swiftly tap cheaper cargoes.

India eases oil import rules as it seeks to cut costs

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