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Post by Ssmith on Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:25 am


Reuters: Iraq's oil exports rise to 3.73 million bpd in December: oil ministry


CNBC: Oil turns higher, bouncing off session low

Special A "parliamentary plan" to include in the 2019 budget a non-oil resource

The MP of the coalition of the settlement of Mazar Khazal, Tuesday, the House of Representatives intention to include in the General Budget Law for 2019 another resource for oil, attributed the reason to the need to revitalize the national industry and maintain the local product.

"The current budget depends on oil in general, which foreshadows the survival of Iraq as a rental country," Khazaal said in an interview with Trend News. "In the next four years, we considered the introduction of another resource for oil."

"We hope that we will have a real footprint in reviving the national industry and maintaining the local product and the operation of the workforce in order to create competition between the operational and investment budgets." link

US Secretary of State: Washington is committed to the stability of the Middle East

02-01-2019 12:22 PM

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the decision to withdraw US troops from Syria would make no difference to Israel's security in an attempt to reassure her after the latest decision.

Pompeo added that the campaign is continuing against an organized organization, as well as continued efforts, to confront what he called the Iranian aggression.

Adding that the United States is committed to the stability of the Middle East, just as it was before the resolution. link

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