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An Economist Attacks The “Aqaba Pipe”: It Came In Response To American And Regional Pressures

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Post by rocky Tue 18 Jan 2022, 6:35 am

[size=38]An Economist Attacks The “Aqaba Pipe”: It Came In Response To American And Regional Pressures
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The economic analyst, Younis Al-Kaabi, confirmed, on Monday, that extending the Aqaba pipeline from Basra to Jordan, Egypt and then the Zionist entity came in response to American, regional and Arab pressures, while noting that Iraq is the biggest loser from the project.
Al-Kaabi said, in a statement to the “Information” agency, that “the extension of the Aqaba pipeline will not bring any economic benefit to Iraq, but on the contrary, as Iraq will bear all its expenses,” noting that “Iraq, in addition to bearing all the expenses of extending the pipeline, will sell oil at preferential prices at lower costs.” From $16 to global oil prices, and this is an added loss for Iraq.”
He added, "The countries benefiting from the pipeline will not provide a significant commercial benefit to Iraq due to the bad economic reality that Jordan and Egypt are experiencing," noting that "despite the presence of oil fields such as Haditha and Salah al-Din fields close to Jordan and Egypt, the pipeline project focused on oil." Basra fields in particular.
Al-Kaabi explained, "American, regional and Arab pressures were imposed on the previous Al-Kazemi government to implement this project."
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