Sudan: Iraq is witnessing a qualitative shift towards a market economy
24/2/2018 12:00 am
[rtl]Baghdad / Al-Sabah
The Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Mohammed Shiaa al-Sudani said that Iraq, having achieved victory over terrorist gangs, is witnessing a qualitative shift in its policies towards a market economy.
"The government has embarked on a package of economic reforms to support the private sector and create an attractive environment for investment," Al Sudani said during a speech at the Islamic Conference of Labor Ministers held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The minister added that "the Iraqi society's awareness of its religious groups and institutions and its armed forces contributed to the restoration of the bitter reality resulting from the wrong policies and previous regimes that affected the factors of growth and recovery. He pointed out the preservation of the landmarks of the population map and the cultural, material and cultural heritage, Sabotage, killing and displacement ".
"The Sudanese Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and its supporters have begun to pay attention to issues of poverty and unemployment through the enactment of new laws."
He added that "the ministry has developed many programs, including dealing with unemployment, such as the provision of soft loans for young people to establish small income-generating projects, and find jobs through entrepreneurship in coordination with international partners, as well as the protection of workers from risks and occupational diseases through the dissemination of the culture of occupational health and safety [/rtl]
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