* More labour unrest possible as overcapacity removed * Refineries losing cash, potential buyers scarce * New Asian refineries create global overcapacity * Europe at risk as fuel demand has peaked By Muriel Boselli and Ikuko Kurahone PARIS/LONDON, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Total's decision to shut its Dunkirk refinery is the latest in what may be a wave of closures across Europe, as firms seek to remove overcapacity and end big losses at their downstream divisions. Workers at Total's ...
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