An economist told NINA: The Chinese-Arab conference did not come in favor of Iraq
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Twigg said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency ( NINA ) that "the outputs of (the Arab-Chinese summit) and (the Gulf-Chinese summit) are not devoid of a desire to send the two parties, especially the Saudi and Chinese, political messages needed by the two parties to the United States of America, which can It seems like a bubble, because the United States has penetrated militarily and politically into these countries, but this does not prevent the limited economic cooperation between the Gulf countries and China.
As for its impact on Iraq, Twigg stressed: "Iraq has its own status and has previous agreements with China, which is the natural passage for them, but it does not have a significant impact economically, and Iraq can conclude other agreements with other countries." to develop its economic reality, such as Japan, South Korea and Germany."/ End 8[/rtl]