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Iraq oil production: at risk from debt default?

Iraq oil production: at risk from debt default?

Report summary

Low oil prices are increasing fiscal pressure on Iraq's government. With a lack of financial reserves, the government is relying on debt to finance its fiscal deficit. As the stock of debt swells, sovereign default is a risk. What are the implications of a default for Iraq's oil sector? 

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