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Russia's recent focus on diversifying its export markets in Asia dovetails with plans by many countries in the region to expand refining capacities, which is reflected in a growing number of joint projects agreed recently.

S&P Global Platts managing editor in Moscow Nadia Rodova discusses how these ties may develop and what impact the increasing common threat of North Korea’s nuclear program may have on this cooperation with associate editorial director for Asia and Middle East oil news in Singapore, Mriganka Jaipuriyar, and Moscow-based oil editor, Rosemary Griffin.

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