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Rystad Energy, a research firm, reckons the Kremlin’s oil tax revenue will rise 45 per cent this year to $180bn due to the spike in crude prices.
Rystad Energy, a research firm, reckons the Kremlin’s oil tax revenue will rise 45 per cent this year to $180bn due to the spike in crude prices. (Foto: Mikhail Klimentyev/AP/NTB)