The Crude Report: China changes course on Covid

Author Argus

After the longest, strictest period of isolation of any country in response to the coronavirus pandemic – and following widespread protests - China is now lifting restrictions. Does this mean that Chinese oil demand will coming roaring back? And if so, when?

In this episode of the Crude Report, Argus China Petroleum editor Tom Reed joins James Gooder to talk about China's abrupt change of Covid policy and its implications for the market.


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