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    New York Times: financial corruption in Baghdad bother officials in Washington

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    New York Times: financial corruption in Baghdad bother officials in Washington Empty New York Times: financial corruption in Baghdad bother officials in Washington

    Post by Rocky Sun 17 Jan 2016, 11:25 am

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    New York Times published a report on the Iraq situation and the assistance sought from Washington to her, criticizing financial corruption in Baghdad, and stressing the need for economic reforms. The newspaper said in its report that the volume of rampant corruption in the Iraq force the government to face new challenges as well as Matusbandh of war against terrorism and the decline in world oil prices, etc, the newspaper said in its report that the extent of corruption in Iraq bother officials in Washington, who confirmed their unwillingness to finance the country's wasted and stolen a lot of money since 2003, stressed the paper on the need to address the economic problems in Baghdad, showed the New York Times The government in Baghdad is seeking to the best to avoid a budget deficit this year, which forced them to agree with the International Monetary Fund to allow Absorb additional debt after she had borrowed about two billion dollars over the past year


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