C.I.S. OIL FLOW SLIDE LEADS RECORD DROP FOR FORMER COMMUNIST BLOC

Oil production from Communist and former Communist nations fell a record 1.085 million b/d last year. Crude and condensate flow declined to an estimated 13.455 million b/d from a revised 14.540 million b/d in 1990. Last year's 7.5% drop pushed output from the disintegrating Communist bloc to the lowest level since 1977. The new Commonwealth of independent States (C.I.S.), including 12 members of the former U.S.S.R., reported the largest oil production plunge in Soviet history. China showed

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