The United States became the top buyer of India’s refined petroleum goods in November, a majority of which were processed from sanctioned Russian crude, according to a Mint report that cited data from India’s commerce ministry.
India sold crude products worth $588 million to the US in November after snapping up sanctioned Russian oil at deep discounts and below the price cap imposed by the US and Europe.
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