Venezuela's state oil company said Tuesday it has stopped selling crude to Exxon Mobil and has suspended commercial relations with the U.S.-based oil company.
State-run Petroleos de Venezuela, or PDVSA, said in a statement that it "has paralyzed sales of crude to Exxon Mobil." It said the decision was made "as an act of reciprocity" for the company's "judicial-economic harassment."
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