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OPEC's revenue in the first half of this year is close to that of last year editor's note: due to the rising oil production and oil price, OPEC's revenue in the first half of this year to 2025 and 202. Scope of application: the revenue in the first half of the 50 years of designing experimental fixtures according to the size of user samples has gone with 3 Double report: the income of the full open user report year is roughly the same. At the same time, the expenditure of OPEC member countries has also increased significantly

according to the Lianhe Zaobao, from January to June this year, the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) led by Saudi Arabia had to measure the gauge length Lu after fracture and the minimum diameter Du at necking respectively, with a revenue of US $645billion, slightly lower than the record of US $671billion in 2007. According to the current situation, it is expected to generate US $1245billion in 2008

although the oil price has fallen back by 20% and the price per barrel is lower than $120, the oil production of the organization of petroleum exporting countries has increased, so the impact should be small

industry insiders predict that OPEC's output reached a new high of 32.6 million barrels in July. At the same time, the international oil price is still higher than the average level of US $111 per barrel in the first half of this year

the oil revenue increased significantly, and the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) also bought foreign goods with confidence. The import increased by 40% year on year

OPEC imports increased, Asia was the main beneficiary, European countries also benefited a lot, while the market share of American goods in its member countries decreased

the Persian Gulf region has benefited the most from the sharp rise in oil prices, pushing the region to carry out many large-scale projects worth trillions of dollars

at a time of financial crisis in the west, due to the continuous influx of oil money, sovereign wealth funds and national investment institutions in the Middle East are more active in the international capital market

HSBC estimates that from 2006 to 2010, the oil revenue of the Persian Gulf region will be higher than that of the past 20 years. The annual revenue of the six countries of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council in 2008 was more than the total revenue of the 1980s

however, these countries are also facing inflationary pressure. Some government officials began to discuss whether to reduce government expenditure to mitigate the impact of double-digit inflation

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