Consultant Abadi: International Monetary Fund believes that the Iraqi budget deficit will be larger this year
BAGHDAD / Source News / detect the appearance of Mohammed Saleh adviser to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said the International Monetary Fund believes that the Iraqi budget deficit will be larger this year than he had anticipated Iraqi budget law.
He said Saleh told / Source News / The Fund also sees Iraq's inability to comply with the ceiling set for the export of oil, 3.3 million barrels per day.
He said the government is in talks with oil companies to develop solutions to the standoff.
For its part, Hawlati newspaper revealed that the Iraqi government began to follow the same approach taken by the provincial government in dealing with the financial crisis.
The paper seen by / Source News / day, and added that the Iraqi government has begun using oil foreign companies operating in Iraq to solve its financial problems
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