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    Laibi: oil prices is not satisfactory and we want access to $ 65 a barrel

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    Post by Rocky Thu 12 Jan 2017, 2:31 am

    [rtl]Laibi: oil prices is not satisfactory and we want access to $ 65 a barrel[/rtl]


     
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    [rtl]BAGHDAD / Sky Press [/rtl]
    [rtl]Oil Minister Ali Jabbar and coffee, on Thursday, the current oil price is satisfactory, stressing Iraq's desire arrival of the price of a barrel of oil at $ 65.[/rtl]
     
    [rtl]According to the Reuters news agency, quoting Allaibi on the sidelines of a conference in Abu Dhabi that "Iraq hopes to better prices and wants an oil price of up to $ 65 per barrel."[/rtl]
     
    [rtl]He Allaibi that "his country is committed to the global oil producers to cut production."[/rtl]
     
    [rtl]And it announced that the Iraqi Oil Ministry in January 112,017 it had cut production of 160 thousand barrels per day since the beginning of January, and seeks the end of this month to reduce production to 210 thousand barrels per day.[/rtl]
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