Chinese firms may halt use of tankers that have transported Venezuelan oil

Jun 11 2020


Chinese oil companies may soon decline to charter any tanker that has visited Venezuela in the past year to avoid disruption to operations if the United States blacklists more ships for trading with Caracas.

                                       

Reuters


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