«Morning» publishes the details of the five-year plan 2018-2022
04/4/2018 12:00 am
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revealed Planning Minister Salman Jumaili, on Tuesday, about important details of the 2018-2022 national development plan prepared by the ministry and approved by the Council of Ministers at its meeting last Sunday, and published «morning» the details of the plan , which the minister Jumaili cited figures and objectives of the economic and financial mechanisms "The National Development Plan (NDP) 2018-2022 represents an important step for the broader launch of the sustainable development journey in line with Iraq's Vision 2030, guided by a set of sectoral policies and strategies based on the Q to the human and social capital and the economy of the people and provide services at the lowest costs »and added« Ultimately, the plan will pave the way for the construction of a future state by addressing the challenges and guided by the objectives set out in the Vision 2030, providing new opportunities for growth, especially with the continued international and regional support for Iraq ».
Priorities and axes
continued, that « the priorities of the plan will be to address the failure of the economic sectors and the disintegration of societal structures and weak government and institutional role and the limited role of the local private sector and the reluctance to invest, in order to overcome under funding and the provision of appropriate and stimulating for the exercise of various economic activities , business environment», and pointed out that «plan National Development 2018-2022, based on the analysis of the reality and the development of specific tracks to guide the priorities approved four axes directed to the plan is: (laying the foundations of governance and associated pillars and elements, the private sector, and the development of the business environment and investment, reconstruction, The multi-dimensional poverty level in all governorates, taking the results-based management methodology in a realistic way in line with available information on the current situation and reviewing what was achieved in the previous plan. " The State of Development
Al-Jumaili said, "The plan also adopted the slogan of establishing an active developmental state with social responsibility or post-recovery options, a country that adopts and plays developmental and policy-oriented roles and the private sector is an active partner in defining and implementing economic, social and environmental priorities. A diversified partnership through an enabling environment for attracting capital and expertise and in accordance with the principle of efficiency and real competition in the light of good governance and in order to prepare for the adoption of the system of social market economy as a method of economic management and keen to reduce the spatial disparity between the provinces, "and noted that the plan« تع D to improve asset management, based on the philosophy of the model of development by giving priority to labor-intensive sectors with the aim of reducing unemployment and achieving high growth rates. »
The plan also dealt with the problems and obstacles faced by the two previous plans, namely institutional, economic, social and environmental challenges, through the strategic objectives and principles adopted by them, among them establishing the foundations of good governance and achieving economic, financial, monetary, banking and commercial reform. Because of the crisis of displacement and the loss of human security, as well as provide the requirements of an enabling environment for investment in all
Goals and Figures
"The National Development Plan (NDP) 2018-2022 aims at achieving a growth rate in the Iraqi economy of about 7 percent by raising the gross domestic product to 292.5 trillion dinars in 2022 from 182.2 trillion dinars in 2015, During the years of the plan will be about 440 trillion dinars; of which 370.2 trillion dinars of oil revenues and about 70 trillion dinars of non-oil revenues, while the volume of oil production in 2022 to about 5 million barrels per day and an export rate of up to 4 million barrels per day.
The Minister of Planning, «As for investments required during the five years of the plan will be (220.6) trillion dinars, including (132) trillion government investments amounting to 60 percent of the total investment, and there (88.6) trillion dinars are from the private sector and by 40 percent Of the total investments, and the distribution of investments in the fields of mining, construction and finance, insurance, oil, electricity, water, trade, agriculture, manufacturing, transport and communications », pointing out that« the expected per capita GDP of about 7 million dinars at the end of the life of the plan in 2022 » . Overall Policies
Al-Jumaili explained that «the plan has set goals and directions of the main macroeconomic policies in the field of fiscal policy, monetary and trade as well as in the energy sector and manufacturing industries, in the field of electricity sector, the plan aims to increase the production capacity in the electrical system to about 21 thousand megawatts and increase the per capita energy To reach (4041) kWh and work to rationalize energy consumption for different uses and reduce them by 7 percent and strengthen the role of the private sector in the management of the production and distribution sectors ».
He went on «in the field of manufacturing and extraction except oil, the plan is working to increase the proportion of the contribution of gross domestic product in fixed prices of manufacturing and non-oil extraction industries to 1.17 percent in 2022, and work on finding other sources to finance public sector projects and limited funding of investment budget for strategic projects As well as supporting the petrochemical industries, fertilizers and industries that rely on mineral raw materials and benefit from the abundance of priority materials for these industries ».
"In the agriculture and water resources sector, the plan seeks to increase the contribution of the agricultural sector to GDP by 5.2 percent, to achieve growth of 8.4 percent in this sector, and to secure the annual demand for water for sustainable uses in agricultural, industrial and municipal areas," he said. In order to achieve the water balance with the possibility of reducing the annual demand for water by 500 million cubic meters annually ».
Al-Jumaili said: "The plan also set logical goals to be achieved in the transport, communications, storage, water, sanitation and buildings and services sector. In this regard, work will be carried out on completion of residential projects under implementation or suspended, including investment, which is estimated at 700 thousand housing units in all governorates, As well as to secure 100 thousand housing units according to the methods and modern technologies and the establishment of another 100 thousand housing units suitable for the requirements of securing the return of displaced persons and slums and transgressors, and provide 50 percent of mortgage financing private sector investment required to cover the housing deficit » He pointed out that «the plan set goals in the sector of culture and the effects of population and manpower, human and social development, health, youth, women, social development and others». Expert Group
The Minister of Planning, "The efforts of the group of experts and those concerned with the preparation of the five-year development plan 2018-2022 since the start of work in 2016, while we emphasize that this team was able to develop a development plan responsive to the challenges and the flexibility of what Making it possible to implement, benefiting from our previous experiences of the Development Plans (2010-2014) and (2013-2017), which have faced great difficulties and challenges, we highly value the efforts of the team and everyone who contributed to the preparation of this plan, which is closer to a policy plan than being Program Plan ».
He concluded by saying: «The chances of success of this plan will be more favorable than the circumstances that accompanied the previous two plans, first and foremost that Iraq rid of terrorism and today is based on the philosophy of sustainable development and building on the establishment of strong partnerships with the national private sector and benefiting from international support Economic and political, with the availability of the unified national political will that will provide a more stable environment for the implementation of development policies that allow us to activate effective economic alternatives to reach a national economy multi-not unilateral ». [/rtl]
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