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Oil prices remained mixed in the international market on Friday, after Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar announced the Libyan oil exports blockade would be lifted for one month. Brent crude slipped 17 cents to $43.13. US WTI gained 6 cents to $41.03. The benchmarks are still on track for weekly gains after Hurricane Sally cut U.S. production, Saudi Arabia pressed for adherence to production quotas and banks predicted a supply deficit.