SOVIETS HAVING TOUGH TIME MARKETING OIL IN FINLAND

The U.S.S.R. is having difficulty selling its crude to Finland, for many years a leading customer for Soviet oil. Finnish newspapers report Soviet crude contains so much sulfur it can be used only to make asphalt, Moscow's newspaper Pravda reported from Helsinki. That may seem an extreme statement, but there is no doubt the U.S.S.R.'s oil sales to Finland have fallen drastically. More than 90% of Finland's crude imports during the late 1980s came from its eastern neighbor. Crude

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