Qatar’s Oil Minister Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah has said Opec should leave its output levels unchanged when it meets in Vienna tomorrow, Tuesday, reported the AFP. Al Attiyah said increasing production could lead to over-supply if the US economy begins to decline following the subprime mortgage crisis. In 1997, Opec raised production just prior to the Asian financial crash and oil prices hit the floor, trading at $10 a barrel.

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