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    Parliamentary Economy: The central government fights the private sector

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    Post by Rocky Sat 04 Nov 2017, 2:11 am

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    Trend Press / Baghdad
     
    "The government does not deal seriously with the private sector, which negatively affected the national economy," the parliamentary committee on economy and investment said.
    "The government is looking for a key partner to help it overcome the financial crisis that it has experienced since 2014 by involving the private sector with it, but it has not paid attention to it," Ahmed al-Kanani, head of the committee, said in a press statement. "Pointing out that" the government fought the private sector at one time. "
    "All the countries of the world rely on the private sector and participate in building cities, contrary to what is happening in Iraq, most projects are limited to the hand of the state and implementation is slow, noting that private sector partnership is an urgent need.
    He called on Kanani to implement "laws initiated by the House of Representatives and ratified by the government as amended investment law and the law of commercial agencies, which give a large area for the investor and the private sector to exercise its work, which reflects positively on increasing growth and reduce poverty and unemployment.

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