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The collapse in global oil prices -- due in part to falling demand related to COVID-19 and due in part to a production battle between Russia and Saudi Arabia -- is a serious threat to the economies of the world's petrostates. A petrostate is generally defined as a country that derives a significant percentage of its GDP or national income from petroleum and related hydrocarbons. The world's major petrostates are shown on this map.
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