Oil Revenue Assignments; Country Experiences and Issues
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KeywordsColombia; Canada; Nigeria; Mexico; Fiscal policy; Indonesia; Russian Federation; United Arab Emirates; United States; Venezuela; Oil revenue; tax assignment; revenue sharing; oil-producing countries; Russia; subnational governments; fiscal federalism; decentralization; taxation; Nonrenewable Resources and Conservation: Government Policy;
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