By Florence Tan
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil futures slipped 1% on Friday, with prices on both sides of the Atlantic heading for their biggest weekly drops since June, as lacklustre demand and ample fuel supplies offset support from a weaker dollar.
Brent crude fell 44 cents to $43.63 a barrel by 0325 GMT, while U.
S. West Texas Intermediate was at $40.94 a barrel, down 43 cents and set for its first weekly drop in five weeks.
The volume of crude arriving in China, the world's largest crude importer, is set to slow in September.....