The world crude oil surplus has finally begun to undercut prices. Prices held up well for awhile in the face of high levels of OPEC production, but the turning point came with removal of a threat against Soviet oil exports. Western Siberian oil workers postponed until Apr. 30 a decision whether to strike over poor living and working conditions (OGJ, Apr. 2, p. 28).

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