Iraq’s holdings of US bonds rise to $40.8 billion

The US Treasury Department announced on Thursday that Iraq’s possession of US bonds rose to 40.8 billion dollars.

According to the latest schedule of the ministry, “Iraq’s possession of these bonds amounted to 40.8 billion dollars for the month of December 2022, up 2.77 percent from November 2022, and up 7.37 percent from October 2022.”

She added that “Iraq rose one rank to reach 31st among the largest countries holding US treasuries, the 38 countries included in the schedule for countries with more than 32 billion dollars,” noting that “Iraq came the fourth largest Arab country after Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the UAE.” Finished 29/n33