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    Economist: quotas and the exclusion of qualified people behind the deterioration of Iraqi industry

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    Post by Rocky Thu 08 Feb 2018, 3:31 am

    Economist: quotas and the exclusion of qualified people behind the deterioration of Iraqi industry
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    As is the case in all sectors and joints of the Iraqi state, the industry in Iraq after 2003 is a reality of degradation and almost complete paralysis of all industrial facilities and large factories and small plants for the government and private sectors. 

    Dr. Adel Al-Asadi, Professor of International Economics, said: "One of the main reasons for the failure of the national industrial sector is the destruction of the infrastructure of this sector, especially mega installations, large factories, even small and medium factories. The military industry to the civil and public industry, which has led to the national industry becoming weak and dependent. "

    Asadi said that "there is no plan or study or signs of reviving the national industry by Iraqi decision-makers, but we find solutions and time and patchwork, as if Iraq does not have the capacity of human and scientific experts to draw a strategy to build national industry and rely on the national product and self-sufficiency." 

    He stressed that "the most important reasons for the deterioration of the industry, officials and managers and some incompetent leaders at the top of the decision in the industrial sector, because of the principle of quotas, which is based on the political process in the country and have been applied in all joints of government institutions, Has long experience in industry and the marginalization of their role in the preparation of real plans to save the national industry, which led to their migration out of the country.

     

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