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Baghdad to raise Kurdistan's share from white oil

Category: Economy

Date: 2020-10-15T07:53:53+0000
Baghdad to raise Kurdistan's share from white oil

Shafaq News / The governors of Erbil, Al-Sulaymaniyah and Duhok recently met with the federal Ministers of Planning and Migration.

"The meeting announced a recommendation that the federal government raise the Kurdistan Region’s share of white oil from 50 million liters to 150 million liters which will be distributed in three shares," Al-Sulaymaniyah Governor Haval Abu Bakr announced on Thursday.

The white oil is a colorless petroleum distillate, especially liquid paraffin, used medicinally and in the food and plastic industries.


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