A man walks past a petrol station owned by Spanish oil major Repsol in central Madrid November 26, 2013. Repsol's board is set to accept an initial compensation offer for the nationalization of its stake in Argentina's YPF, sources close to the board said, drawing a line under an 18-month corporate and political crisis. While the initial $5 billion debt offer is far below the $10.5 billion Repsol was demanding for the expropriated assets, the deal is seen as the fastest route to end shareholder turmoil at the group and let it focus on medium- and long-term strategy. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) - RTX15TM7
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