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Iran, which is due to meet with OPEC partners on June 2, has no plans to join any freeze in crude output as the country won't be done ramping up oil exports to pre-sanctions levels before the second half of the year, the head of the state oil company said.TheIran last exported at this level before sanctions were imposed on the country for its nuclear program over four years ago.Exports soared more than 40 percent to 2 million barrels a day in April – near pre-sanctions levels, according to the IEA.
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