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Baghdad - Suzan al-Shammari
Economists believe on Monday that the Iraqi economy is under the whims of the snake policy that controls his lungs to disrupt most of the joints of the continuity of life in it, some of them describe the Iraqi economy (regional follower), while others aim to charge the citizen's silence on the poor economic situation Due to the failure to claim rights.
The economic expert in the name of Antoine the Iraqi economy b (regional subsidiary), in terms of revenue to be based on the will of oil rents ignoring the agricultural imports, industrial and tourism, despite the availability of qualifications for it.
"The Iraqi economy has been affected by global oil prices, making it difficult to adopt development plans that have created a concern about stocks in the fluctuation of its production sector," Antoine L. told the news agency.
He added that "the Iraqi economy has become a neighbor of the regional neighbors, most neighboring countries are trying to turn the market into a yard for the disposal of non-productive products only."
Antoine noted that "most of these countries impede the export deals of raw materials entering the industry or in agricultural production, while providing great facilities for consumer products only."
He pointed out that "many politicians view Iraq with the eyes of neighboring countries, without attention to the development of the productive sector and even invest abroad, leaving a layer of the private sector exotic and emergency loyal to them to manage the economy of the country through their gates."
The economic expert focused on the continuation of smuggling operations and the neglect of the responsible bodies, which he sees, Antoine, the reason for the decline in tax revenues and customs, which hinders the production sector and creates chronic unemployment and poverty in the country.
For his part, economist Saleh Al-Hamash said that "Iraq's external and internal indebtedness made him today under the deciphering of a snake that chokes his lungs
He added that "the economy of a number of countries in the Middle East, including Iraq is threatened to fail in the coming years, according to the World Bank report, because of its reliance on oil in the management and financing of its financial budget."
"The International Monetary Fund has classified Iraq, Libya and Yemen as fragile countries because of regional conflicts," Hamash said, warning that most of the oil exporting countries in the Middle East (including Iraq) will exhaust their financial safeguards in less than five years.
Al-Hamash called on the Arab peoples, including Iraq in particular, to take legitimate measures to improve the situation of their citizens from the danger of destroying the economy.
Iraq relies 95 percent on oil sales to secure what the federal budget needs from operating and investment spending. Finished / m.