WATCHING THE WORLD TURKEY'S IRAQ GAMBIT

With Roger Vielvoye from London Just as Iraq looked ready to accept terms set by the United Nations for resuming oil exports, Turkey has stepped in with a claim for higher transit fees on oil piped from Iraq to the export terminal at Ceyhan on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. The Turks have asked for a single payment of $264 million for transit fees and the cost of restarting the line after a 14 month standstill. It would come from the U.N. oil escrow account to cover oil sales worth $1.6

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