India's oil demand rises from 4-year low as cash ban impact fades
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Times Of India
The nation’s consumption of petroleum products rose 4.1 per cent to about 210 million tonnes, the oil ministry’s petroleum planning and analysis cell said Friday. Growth improved from the preceding year’s 2.7 per cent expansion, the slowest pace since 2013, as consumption was severely affected by a cash ban that crippled economic activity.
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