BRASILIA, July 1- Brazilian senators on Wednesday debated alternatives to a 2010 law that requires state-run oil firm Petrobras to take a minimum 30 percent stake in new development contracts and function as operator in Brazil's subsalt oil areas. The current rules have been criticized for limiting foreign investment in the Subsalt Poligon, a region off...» Read More
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