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U.S. freed from burden of high crude oil prices

Washington to reduce Middle East involvement even further

KAZUYA HIRUTA, TATSUYA GOTO and KAZUYA MANABE, Nikkei staff writers | U.S.

TOKYO/NEW YORK -- Terms of trade have greatly improved for the U.S. since the so called Shale Revolution enabled it to substitute oil imports and become a net energy exporter.

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