US companies run governance risks in some countries

Many oil-producing countries with the biggest reserves don't measure up to international standards for open governments and human liberties, putting US oil companies at risk of possible governance violations through their operations in those nations, Petroleum Industry Research Foundation Inc. (PIRINC), New York, reported.

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