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Shell cuts 2200 more jobs due to prolonged low oil prices
Royal Dutch Shell will cut 2,200 more jobs, taking the total tally of losses to 12,500 from 2015 to 2016 as the world's second-biggest oil company continues to adjust to the slump in prices.
Shell to cut further 2200 jobs from global workforce as oil price remains low  
Shell to cut 2200 more jobs in face of weak oil prices  
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