Country Forecast

January 2008
Political Risk Yearbook: Iraq Country Report;2008, p2
Country Report
A political and economic outlook for Iraq in 2008-2012 is presented. The government will hinge on important international financial assistance and will face internal pressure to promote economic growth as a means of reducing social difficulties. The economy will be dependent on the performance of the oil industry. A chart of domestic and international economic indicators is provided.


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