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Text Box: Contents Include:   ENERGY (A)   Iraqi Oil Sector Development Views, 7 OPEC To Mull Supply Options, 10 Oil Prices Steady After Losses, 11 EIA Maintains 2003 Demand View, 15 Azadegan Field Talks Continue, 16 Hydrocarbon Law Confirmed Frozen, 16 Turkmenistan/Russia Energy Deals, 17 Oman Block 3D Survey Starts, 20 Mohammedia Now At 60% Capacity, 21 JNOC Plan Cleared By METI, 22 MPGC Rescheduled For September, 22   FINANCE (B)   Iraq External Debt Figures, 1 Qatar Lifts Capital Spending, 2 Alba Signs Expansion Loans, 5 Bahraini Saudi Bank Probe Complete, 6 Saudi TASI Index At Record High, 7   POLITICS (C)   Confusion Follows Collapse, 1 Kurds Take Kirkuk, 2 Syria In The Hawks’ Sights, 2   Arab Press Review, 3   OP ED & DOCUMENTS (D)   Gault On Allocation of OPEC Quotas, 1 Zanoyan on Global Energy Security, 5

Heritage Foundation Sees Privatization As Key To Successful Rebuilding Of Iraqi Oil Industry

The future of Iraq depends not only on the ouster of the countrys repressive regime but also on the ability of new Iraqi leaders to implement policies that will spur real economic growth, according to Washingtons conservative Heritage Foundation. In the report The Road to Economic Prosperity for a Post-Saddam Iraq, published on 5 March, authors Ariel Cohen and Gerald P O...