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    Post by Rocky Thu 13 Feb 2014, 8:13 am

    Shaways: The government is seeking to restore the structure of the Iraqi economy and diversify sources



    BAGHDAD / obelisk: Deputy Prime Minister Ruz Nuri Shaways, the government is seeking to restore the structure of the economy and Iraq to diversify its sources and turn it into a productive economy diversified.

    Shaways said in a statement obtained by "obelisk" a copy of it during his speech at the Conference on Business and Investment Iraqi - Canadian held in Baghdad that "the government is seeking to seriously restructure the Iraqi economy and to diversify its sources and turn it into a productive economy diversified through mobilization fields other economic such as mining, agriculture , communications, tourism and others. "

    He pointed out that "the survival of Iraq away from the repercussions of the financial crisis and the recent global economic constitutes a point important guarantee extra power in front of financial companies for trade and investment," calling "Canadian companies to contribute in the fields of infrastructure, different in Iraq represented electricity, energy, transportation and housing projects with production services in industry, mining, agriculture, financial services, banking and other and thereby contributing to economic development and human comprehensive and sustainable. "

    For his part, Chairman of the National Investment Commission, Sami al-Araji, a "pride in the presence of such a large number of Canadian companies in Iraq at this time and that began with meetings of bilateral expanded with their counterparts at both the official and commercial," reviewing "a number of economic sectors that are the focus and attention of both sides represented energy, transport and communications infrastructure, health, education, agriculture and engineering industries, financial services, banking and insurance. "

    He said al-Araji, that "extensive discussions have been going to the establishment of the Iraqi businessman - Canadian joint businessmen in the two countries serve as a link between the two countries for each economic activity led by the Iraqi private sector, as well as the existence of common interest to sign an agreement to encourage and protect investment between the two countries." .

    For its part, The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and the Canadian head of the Canadian delegation Lynn Welch that "this visit represents the first Canadian mission to visit Iraq since the 25-year-old has been the province of Basra is one of the stations, visit us where we discussed a lot of the prospects of joint cooperation between the two countries."

    She Welch that "the country is ready to help Iraq build its future bright and commitment to removal of the obstacles that stand in the way without that cooperation, and reviewed during her speech at the conference technical capabilities enjoyed by Canadian companies in various sectors, which owns business relationships more than 40 billion dollars a year 2013 just as it's made (23) trade initiative in more than 60 countries with its ambitious plans for expansion of trade, especially that Iraq is one of the biggest points of attraction to the Canadian government, "indicating that" the convening of such a conference would contribute to the strengthening of bilateral relations and create the necessary opportunities in different sectors of the economy.

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