China Buys “nearly Half” of Iraq’s oil

By John Lee.

An advisor to Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi has said that nearly half of the country's oil exports go to China, making China the number one market for Iraqi oil.

Speaking on Thursday, Mazhar Muhammad Salih said that China accounts for about 40-44 percent of Iraqi oil exports, equating to about 800,000 barrels of oil per day.

(Source: INA)

(Pictured: Former Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi with China's Premier Xi Jinping, in September 2019)

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