Iraq Agrees With Kurds to Start Talks on Oil Revenue DisputeBy
Iraqi, Kurds locked in dispute over oil revenue since 2014
Kurds have been bypassing central government with oil exports
Iraq’s prime minister agreed with the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government to start talks about crude output in northern regions that have been bypassing the central government to export oil.
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