US President Barack Obama told British Prime Minister David Cameron in a telephone conversation Saturday that his response to BP's management of the oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico was not meant to "undermine" the company's value.
REUTERS - U.S. President Barack Obama told British Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday that he had "no interest in undermining" the value of BP following the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
BP oil spill in Gulf of Mexico
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Date created : 2010-06-12