Legislation that would make it possible for the U.S. government to prosecute OPEC member countries for fixing oil prices is moving forward in Congress, despite opposition from international oil companies and business groups concerned about the potential threat to their operations 

International oil companies and their lobby groups have warned that such a law would expose U.S. companies and the government to the threat of retaliation.

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