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Listen: Angolan crude values hit fresh lows on soft Chinese demand, weak refining margins

Andrew Bonnington, Platts editorial director for European and African oil, and Eklavya Gupte, West Africa editor, discuss the recent low values seen in the Angolan crude market amid weak Chinese demand and tumbling refining margins.


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