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Anger: Budget 2014 focuses on the development of the energy sector

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Post by chouchou Thu 03 Oct 2013, 6:52 am

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The chief adviser in the Prime Minister Thamer Ghadhban, that the 2014 investment budget to give high priority to the development of the energy sector from the rest of the sectors, indicating that the interest in this sector includes the naughty oil and electricity.

The Ghadbaan told (IMN) to "proceed with the development of oil fields and other facilities and increase the ability of Iraq to export according to plan."

Anger noted "the continued development of the electricity sector through the construction of new plants by the contractor, as well as the development of the transport sector and distribution of electrical energy which requires the construction of substations for the delivery of electrical power to meet the needs of citizens."

The Finance Ministry sent a draft budget law 2014, to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, as it ensures the allocation of 64 trillion dinars, equivalent to $ 60 billion for investment projects, while the budget totaled 174.6 trillion Iraqi dinars, equivalent to 150.1 billion dollars.


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