Middle East Economic Survey
Iraq To Import Additional 2Mn Liters/Day Of Gasoline To Ease Rising Demand
Iraq has contacted Turkish suppliers in order to raise imports of gasoline by 2mn liters/day (12,500 b/d), according to an Oil Ministry official. He said that rising demand at petrol stations was in part due to a clamp-down on smuggling and black market activity in the country by government authorities. He also said the government was working to replace aging...
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