HOUSTON (Reuters) – U.S. refiner Citgo Petroleum Corp on Friday said it accepted a new board of independent directors and launched a search for a chief executive, in a split with its Venezuelan state-run parent PDVSA.

The move by the eighth largest U.S. refiner is another step in efforts to chart a course for the company and to force Venezuela’s Socialist President Nicolas Maduro from office. The United States and dozens of other nations have

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