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    Economist: The Agreement With Saudi Arabia Will Exhaust Iraq's Economy

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    Post by Rocky Tue 01 Feb 2022, 8:11 am

    [size=38]Economist: The Agreement With Saudi Arabia Will Exhaust Iraq's Economy
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    Information / Sulaymaniyah..
    Economic expert, Muhammad Jamal, confirmed, on Tuesday, that the electrical linkage agreement with Saudi Arabia will have significant economic repercussions on the country.
    Jamal told the "Information" agency that "the agreement with Saudi Arabia will exhaust Iraq's economy, as the country produces natural gas, and it can produce electric power by other means."
    He added, "This agreement, through which Iraq will lose billions of dollars, is not a blessing or a gift, as some media outlets tried to portray to citizens, and political agendas are behind it, and from an economic point of view it will link the fate of Iraq to crises and major debts."
    Political forces reject the electrical connection agreement with Saudi Arabia, because Riyadh has a history of supporting terrorism in Iraq. finished 25
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