BAGHDAD (AFP) - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has demanded that Iraq pass a social insurance law to encourage the private sector and rely on young people for economic growth and access to the roles of developed countries, the parliamentary finance committee said Sunday.
"The law will represent a clear damage to the government, but it is hoped and with time to create an investment case to manage the money in the pension fund," she said. "The passing of the law and voting in the House of Representatives for its service to a large segment of citizens and will reduce the annual increase On the requests for government appointment, as it will provide in one way or another the provision of the government from the pension of the workers in the private sector. AH
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