In his book, Naimi reserves his harshest criticism for Russia. AFP PHOTO/SAMUEL KUBANI
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As Saudi Arabia's oil minister, his words moved markets.Naimi, Saudi Arabia's legendary former oil minister, laughs.For two decades, as the man responsible for the policy of the world's largest oil exporter, Naimi bestrode the energy markets like a colossus.Naimi is a traveller.Intriguingly, Naimi ends his memoirs just after that fateful Opec meeting two years ago.Naimi takes me back through history one last time, to the 1979 Iranian revolution.
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