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Russian oil price cap and EU embargo come into effect


Starting this Monday, all Russian oil sold on international markets will be subject to a G7 and EU-imposed price cap. The measure is aimed at cutting into Moscow's financing for the war in Ukraine, while maintaining global supply. The bar has been set at $60 a barrel, which Ukraine's president has criticised as being too high. Russia has responded by saying it won't sell crude to customers abiding by the cap. Also in the show, we take a look at the EU's response to the US Inflation Reduction Act.

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