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    Basra: 20 trillion dinars we ask Baghdad of the petrodollar project

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    Post by Rocky Sun 19 Nov 2017, 4:47 am

     Basra: 20 trillion dinars we ask Baghdad of the petrodollar project


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    Economy News Baghdad:
    The deputy governor of Basra, Adel Rashash al-Mansouri, on Sunday, that the federal government of Basra to the amount of 20 trillion dinars of its share in the petrodollar project.
    "The government owes Basra 20 trillion dinars of its share of the petrodollar and did not receive one dinar from this sum," Mansouri said in a press statement.
    He pointed out that Basra bears the risks of radiation, which is a source of oil and provides good for all governorates, but it does not enjoy its share and its benefits from oil and still suffer from the lack of the simplest services.
    Pointing out that the northern provinces enjoy the fruits of Basra and the visual citizen suffers both.


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