OIL FLOW SLIDE TRIMS RUSSIAN EXPORTS

Russia's plunging oil production is placing a severe strain on the economic and political viability of the new Commonwealth of Independent States (C.I.S.) and dealing a jolt to the former U.S.S.R.'s role in the world petroleum market. New official data show that Soviet 1991 oil exports fell for the third straight year. Energy sales to other former Communist nations were especially hard hit. Crude and refined products exports slumped. Natural gas exports, which had risen strongly since

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