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World Bank identifies amounts of affected sectors in Iraq for ages

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World Bank identifies amounts of affected sectors in Iraq for ages

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 3:49 am

World Bank identifies amounts of affected sectors in Iraq for ages
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"The housing sector in Iraq needs $ 17.4 billion," the bank's representative Raja Arshad Rihan was quoted as saying by the Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper. "The education sector needs 4.5 billion and the health sector is 4.3 billion."
"The reconstruction of the trade sector needs $ 10.6 billion, and the energy, oil and gas sector to $ 16.3 billion," he said.
The Minister of Planning Salman Jumaili said on Monday that Iraq needs 23 billion dollars in the short term and 65 billion dollars in the medium term, while noting that the damage to the sectors of energy and oil is the highest. Finished






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