Saudis, Russians Bury Differences, but Mexico Threatens Oil Deal

Saudi Arabia and Russia agreed in principle Thursday to lead a 23-nation coalition in massive oil-production cuts after a monthlong feud and a drop in demand due to the coronavirus crisis devastated oil prices. But following more than 11 hours of negotiations, Mexico abruptly exited the talks, jeopardizing a final pact.

Delegates said the talks would continue at a Group of 20 meeting of energy ministers set for Friday.



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