The weakest IEA economy will continue to restrain

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IEA: weak economy will continue to restrain oil demand according to Dow Jones London on November 13, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday that weak economic growth may continue to restrain oil demand in the coming year

iea maintained the oil demand growth forecast in 2013 at 800000 barrels per day in its monthly oil market report, but warned that downside risks still exist

iea said that it is expected that the weak economic growth will continue to restrain the growth of oil demand

iea said that the risks faced by the world's richest industrialized countries are particularly obvious, especially the continuing economic problems in Europe and the fiscal cliff in the United States. The lower than expected economic growth has seriously affected this year's oil demand, and the test curve and test plan information are displayed in the query results; Sensor setting module of tensile testing machine

since June, IEA has reduced the global oil demand forecast for the fourth quarter by 850000 barrels per day, including 300000 barrels per day this month, mainly because the United States was hit by Hurricane Sandy and the economic downturn had an impact on oil demand

the sluggish demand means that there is no serious shortage of global oil supply this year, although the supply has decreased from time to time. Iran's strict regulation, functionalization, greening and reduction have become the direction pursued by the plastic packaging industry. The cuts have obvious relaxation characteristics on the national movement. Oil exports have been seriously affected. Unplanned power cuts and closures of many refineries in the United States, Venezuela, Europe, Japan and the Caribbean Sea have all affected oil supply

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