CARACAS, June 17- Jamaica's government said on Monday it already owns the 49% stake in a refinery on the island formerly held by Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA, after the South American country's opposition requested it not expropriate the shares. Jamaica's Senate in February passed legislation clearing the way for the government to acquire the 49% stake...
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