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    The private sector needs to be a sustainable development strategy

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    The private sector needs to be a sustainable development strategy Empty The private sector needs to be a sustainable development strategy

    Post by Rocky Mon 17 Feb 2014, 9:58 am

    The private sector
    2/17/2014 0:00

    For his role in bringing about fundamental changes to the economy
    Baghdad Shkran Fatlawi Collect experts in economic affairs on the need to develop a road map between the state and the private sector to adopt a mechanism fundamental changes on the national economy so as to achieve economic diversification and does the role of the private sector, makes him a contender productive as well as to expand its role as creator GDP. came during a seminar organized by the Institute expanded the progress of the development policies of the presence of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning head of the Central Bureau of Statistics d. Mahdi Keywords, businessmen and economy during which discuss how the process of change and identify the challenges that stand in front of this change. the national economy and in the beginning of the seminar pointed out, former Minister of Planning d. Mehdi al-Hafez to the job status in the national economy and the associated private sector in Iraq and the strategy developed in a sound and sustainable. said can not continue depending on the economy and one-sided dependence on oil revenues and the negligence or weaken the role of the other productive sectors such as agriculture, industry, tourism and others, pointing to the need that they can be to diversify the national economy in terms of funding sources and fields of production, indicating that the dominance of the public sector for a long precedent has weakened the private sector did not leave him only limited opportunities. pointed out that economic diversification is required and urgently so as to ensure the strengthening of private initiatives in the economic process the fact that oil revenues are the basis for funding the federal budget has made the state dependent on production and make the economy was not interested in that to be sustainable, pointing out that an imbalance in the economic framework adding that many institutions are still inefficient. said Hafiz that there is a trend since 2003 to reconsider the nature and structure of the economy in Iraq, pointing out that understanding prevailing at that time is the restructuring of the national economy and reduce the dominance of the public sector and enable the private sector to play a leading role in the economic process and make it a leading force in the direction and performance of the economy through restructuring, noting that the mission did not succeed after more than ten years. UNDP and between that international organizations such as the one the United Nations Development has developed a strategy effective for the development of the private sector and began working together since more than a year, adding that he and two weeks before an important meeting in Amman to discuss the strategic development of the private sector for the period from 2014 - 2030 and resulted from that meeting to discuss important paper on this Thread pointing out that he was adopted this paper as an initial searching with the government through the competent bodies. explained that the project prepared in consultation between the advisers and the UNDP United Nations and the International Labour Organization and the Organization for International Food and HABITAT and UNIDO and Project Office at the United Nations, pointing out that this project aims to activate the role of the private sector and make fundamental changes to the national economy , including several elements, including the compilation of recent information from the private sector and the establishment of an information system includes data and the results of the investigation as well as initiatives aimed at reforming the monetary and regulatory framework governing the private sector not to mention the establishment of mechanisms to improve the circulation of the private sector with the private sector financial and operational. development of the private sector and said that the project calls for the establishment of the Council for the development of the private sector represents the government and private enterprise and a governing body, with a program of dialogue between the parties concerned, noting that it would be for the Council and private research entities and bodies for planning the strategic and decision-making, indicating that it includes important points, including understanding of the private sector He revealed contradictions and trends shift it and improve the working environment as well as the preparation of a program for the development of small and medium enterprises. said Hafiz that private companies or civil is based on the principle of an agreement between two or more people outside the state and used with capital special indicating that the difference between the private and public sector is evident in the economic structure the state and the extent of the contribution of each sector, pointing out that the private sector's contribution to gross domestic product since 2004, ranging between 26.7 and 33.8 percent, an average of nearly 31 percent in the same time, the contribution of the private sector in non-oil sectors in GDP has shrunk from 76 0.8 and 59.3 percent, an average of nearly 64.8 percent, pointing to the importance of addressing this issue in the framework of the National Development Plan for the period 2013-2017.

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