Iranians drivers refuel their vehicles at a gas station in the capital Tehran on January 19, 2016
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Why won’t oil producers cut supply to boost the price?

The global price of oil has fallen by more than two thirds since mid-2014 to under $28 a barrel.

US shale oil coming on stream and now Iran's re-entry into the market mean supply is high and likely to stay high.

So why aren't Opec members cutting supply to boost prices?

Produced by Alexi Peristianis

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  • 20 Jan 2016
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