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    3 companies raised their purchases of Kurdistan oil, despite Baghdad's threats of legal prosecution

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    3 companies raised their purchases of Kurdistan oil, despite Baghdad's threats of legal prosecution Empty 3 companies raised their purchases of Kurdistan oil, despite Baghdad's threats of legal prosecution

    Post by Rocky Sun 29 Jan 2023, 3:11 pm

    3 companies raised their purchases of Kurdistan oil, despite Baghdad's threats of legal prosecution
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    Baghdad today-Baghdad
    Today, Sunday, the Bloomberg network specialized in economic data revealed the companies and countries that have increased their purchases of oil from the Kurdistan region, despite the Iraqi government's threats to companies buying crude oil not to buy oil from the region.
    And a lengthy report published by Bloomberg and seen by “Baghdad Today” stated that “last August, the Iraqi state oil marketing company, SOMO, sent a letter to commodity trading companies warning them of legal escalation against them in the event of purchasing Kurdish oil without obtaining approval from Baghdad.” .
    According to Bloomberg, the tanker tracking data it monitored shows the extent of the impact of Baghdad's threats, as Kurdish oil exports to ports in Spain, Greece and Italy have declined sharply since mid-2022.
    However, on the other hand, an increase in its flow to Israel, Croatia and China was monitored during the second half of the year until the beginning of 2023, which means that Baghdad’s threats will not affect the companies affiliated with these three countries in their reluctance to buy the region’s oil without Baghdad’s approval.
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