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    Experts: Government promises to activate the private sector "ink on paper"

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    Post by Rocky Wed 24 Jan 2018, 3:31 am

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    Experts: Government promises to activate the private sector "ink on paper"


    The economic expert Abdul-Hassan al-Shammari that the government promises to activate the private industrial sector is a piece of paper on the evidence that Prime Minister Haider Abadi when he announced the reform paper on December 31, 2015 was included 14 points to support and activate the private industrial sector and so far has not been implemented Point of the reforms.
    Al-Shammari said in a press statement that "the industrial loans announced by the government have not been disbursed so far because of the bureaucracy as well as the terms of guarantee that is difficult for the industrial or the owner of the project to implement in order to obtain the loan," pointing out that "the absence of the actual will of the government to support the economic sectors The Iraqi industrial sector is wasted, in addition to the policy of dumping commodity markets make the domestic product is not able to compete. "
    A member of the Committee on Economy and Investment MP Zitoun al-Dulaimi said that there are several reasons behind the deterioration of the Iraqi industrial sector, including the policy of dumping goods followed by the government after 2003 and the absence of customs regulations and customs duties on imported products.
    Dulaimi said that "there is a large government neglect of the economic sectors where the budget comes from the government and be free of financial allocations to promote the Iraqi industrial sector where it is an operational budget includes salaries of employees only," indicating that "the government does not have a strategic plan through which to make there A sophisticated domestic industry. "
    "The government depends entirely on the oil supplier and will not think about the future of the country, considering that the world seemed to reduce its consumption of oil because of alternative energy, which means that most of the world will give up oil, how can Iraq in time to manage its financial resources, To develop a strategic plan for the advancement of the industry by granting advances and soft loans to activate it.


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