OIL PRODUCTION OFF SHARPLY IN FORMER COMMUNIST BLOC

Oil production from the U.S.S.R. and former Soviet bloc nations in eastern Europe fell sharply during first half 1991 to the lowest level since 1976. Flow from still Communist Asian countries--China and Viet Nam--continued to rise. But their higher production had little effect on the overall plunge in crude/condensate production by nations with past or present centralized planned socialist economies.

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