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Oil tankers are anchored at Basra harbour, 550 kms (340 miles) south of Baghdad, on February 19, 2010. Iraqi Oil Minister Hussein al-Shahristani announced the construction of four new water platforms to ease the export of oil and increase its production. AFP PHOTO / ESSAM AL-SUDANI (Photo credit should read ESSAM AL-SUDANI / AFP / Getty Images)
Our economy / Baghdad
He stressed the parliamentary finance committee member Sarhan Soleimani, on Thursday, that the financial revenues resulting from the export of Iraqi crude oil in the fiscal budget for next year, which amounted to Parliament amounted to 69 trillion dinars, according to the budget accounts.
He said Soleimani said in a statement seen by the agency of our economy news "The Iraq issue is now around the 3.0006 million bpd of oil as stated in the text of the financial budget law for next year, which reached to the House of Representatives last week," revealing at the same time that "imports calculated for the export of oil expected in the next year, the oil amounted to approximately 69 trillion dinars. "
The member of the parliamentary finance committee, said that "the financial budget also included a non-oil revenues to Saad where the shortfall amounted to about 13 trillion."
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