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|Abstract||Negotiations are under way for Exxon Mobil, Shell, Total and BP â€” the original partners decades ago in the Iraq Petroleum Company, now joined by Chevron and other smaller oil companies â€” to renew the oil concession they lost to nationalisation during the years when the oil producers took over their own resources. The no-bid contracts, apparently written by the oil corporations with the help of U.S. officials, prevailed over offers from more than 40 other companies, including companies in China, India and Russia.|
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