Iraq agrees oil for food deal with UN

Feuilherade, Peter
July 1996
Middle East;Jul/Aug96, Issue 258, p9
Reports on Iraq's signing of an accord with the United Nations allowing Iraq to export 700,000 barrels of oil per day for six months or $2 billion worth of oil. Proceeds from oil sale to be used to purchase humanitarian goods; 30 percent of oil sale revenues to be used for a war reparations fund; Accord renewal subject to conditions imposed by the United States.


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