PREVIEW Saudi Arabia may raise July crude oil prices for Asia
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SINGAPORE, May 30 (Reuters) – (This May 30 story corrects erroneous June OSP, price assessment in table and forecast in paragraph 3)
Reporting by Muyu Xu and Florence Tan; Editing by Jason Neely and Kenneth Maxwell
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