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Iraq's possible loan accord with the International Monetary Fund may unlock $15 billion in aid this year and next, central bank chief Ali al-Allaq said, helping OPEC's second-biggest producer repair finances battered by cheap oil and the war with Daesh (ISIS) militants.Allaq said in an interview in Beirut he expects Iraq to receive $10 billion in IMF and World Bank assistance.If successful, Iraq will be the first major oil producer in the Middle East to secure a loan accord with the Washington-based lender.
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