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Western countries implement Russian oil price cap as pressure over Ukraine mounts for Putin

Sky News Monday, 5 December 2022
Western countries implement Russian oil price cap as pressure over Ukraine mounts for PutinWestern countries have begun imposing a $60-per-barrel price cap and ban on some types of Russian oil as part of new measures to put further pressure on Moscow in light of its ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
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An EU ban on oil imports from Moscow also came into effect on Monday.

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