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    Academic: activating the productive sectors to achieve the desired economic growth

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    Post by Rocky Tue 26 Nov 2013, 3:52 am

    Academic: activating the productive sectors to achieve the desired economic growth

    11/26/2013 0:00 

    BAGHDAD - Farah pumice 
    regarded specialists to achieve high economic growth rate in the coming years is a positive indicator and possible in the event of reliance on the private Alantegean key industrial and agricultural as well as oil revenues. 
    comes in the light of expected Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani that the next five years will see an increase in growth of 10 percent, in line with the Five Year Development Plan period 2013 up to 2014, which included all aspects of the humanitarian, economic, developmental, social and cultural rights. indicators is positiveacademic Dr Hilal Taan said in an interview (morning): "Achieving a growth rate of economic equivalent of 10 percent for the next five years depending on the rents unilateral oil index is positive. " stressed Taan that high growth should be the result of both Alantegean industrial, agricultural and ability to achieve revenue parallel to the proceeds of the oil, especially that Iraq is known to the land of blackness because it contains natural resources, calling for achieving food security of Iraq, especially given that most of the food is imported from abroad. challenges of the Five-Year Plan and saw that reliance on oil revenues to achieve economic growth rate is not considered a good indicator of what is not advancement in both the industrial and agricultural sectors, indicating that the five-year plan is good, coordinated and well thought out from all sides , but they collide with a host of challenges, including security and political, as well as the floods caused by the heavy rains recently, which caused damage to thousands of tonnes of agricultural crops. supporting the agricultural sector and between Taan that the country desperately needs to support the agricultural sector, mainly, in addition to industrial, with the need to rebuild infrastructure infrastructure, which appeared negative consequences during the current period due to heavy rains, calling out the importance of focusing on the housing sector because it is a real crisis in the country. For his part, saw a spokesman for the Ministry of Planning Abdul-Zahra al-Hindawi, the growth rate may exceed 10 percent, and perhaps up to 13 percent in year 2017. proceeds unilaterally and said the weights are based on the expectation of rising oil production to 6 million barrels of oil a day which means high oil revenues, which will enhance the growth in Iraq, he said. Hindawi acknowledged in a press statement that Iraq's economy is still dependent on one source, namely oil However, he stressed that the five-year plan seeks to develop other sectors such as agriculture, trade and tourism, in addition to the contribution to the development of the Iraqi private sector in this area.

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