Japan lend the Iraq billion and 240 million dollars to pay forward for the construction of oil installations
Newspaper: Japan lend the Iraq billion and 240 million dollars to pay forward for the construction of oil installations
Follow-up – and babysit –
Japanese newspaper revealed that Tokyo for Iraq offered a loan of one billion and 24 million dollars.
The Nikkei newspaper reported that the Japanese “Tokyo had offered a loan to the Iraqi government, worth $ 1.24 billion, in order to build a marina, a new oil refinery.”
The newspaper pointed out that “Japan would lend Iraq at the outset about $ 861 million, to build a refinery to extract natural gas liquids in the Rumaila oil field in Basra province.”
She added, “it will provide a second loan of $ 408 million, to rebuild the southern port of Khor Al-Zubair,” indicating that “for the loans will be 40 years old.”
It is noteworthy that Japan made in 2008 a loan of $ 526 million for Iraq to build a pipeline for crude oil