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Oil prices climbed in the international market on Thursday, pushed up by the signs of slow growth in the U.S. crude glut and indications of a rise in demand. Benchmark Brent crude jumped 11.4% to $25.11 a barrel. U.S. WTI crude was traded 14.9% higher, at $17.30 a barrel. Sinopec today said that its daily sales of refined oil products were now over 90% of levels seen before the outbreak.