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    Iraq’s oil revenues “unable to keep pace with cost of public sector salaries”


    During a press conference to unveil the Iraqi government White Paper for Economic Reform, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Dr. Ali Allawi explains that Iraq’s oil revenues are unable to keep pace with the cost of public sector salaries and pensions:

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