CAIRO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Iraq's oil minister said OPEC and
its allies are working to keep crude prices close to $70 per
barrel as the global economy recovers, state news agency INA
reported on Wednesday.
The minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar added the ministry "hopes to
maintain oil price at more than $65 per barrel."
Iraq's oil exports will continue to increase by an average
of 400,000 barrels per month, and the country aims to export 3.4
million barrels per day in September, he said.
(Reporting by Ahmad Elhamy
Editing by Chris Reese)