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OPEC is seeking to achieve consensus agreement before a meeting on Nov. 30 on how long to extend a global pact to curb oil production, OPEC's secretary-general said Tuesday, with no country unwilling to prolong the accord.Reuters reported last month, citing OPEC sources, that producers were leaning toward extending the deal for a further nine months, though the decision could be postponed until early next year depending on the market.The supply pact is aimed at reducing oil stocks in OECD industrialized countries to their five-year average and the latest figures suggest OPEC is more than halfway there.
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