2014-02-20 13: 53
Tomorrow/Baghdad--the Economist and Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of the former appearance of Mohamed Saleh, Thursday, the first problem facing the Federal Government is the poverty line in Iraq, pointing out that seven million citizens in Iraq under the poverty line.
Saleh said "tomorrow", "approximate statistics indicate nearly seven million citizens live below the poverty line and this is an important indicator should stand him twice for causes and try to eliminate it."
"About 12% of that number live in Baghdad, a prominent economic powerhouse in Iraq", adding that "leading solutions that can reduce this size is getting wide support operations to the private sector and labour."
"The failure of labour in the experience factor in the high volume of people under the poverty line and therefore the Government must also have extensive training to enable workers to acquire the skill."
Economists assert that the high rate of poverty in Iraq due to "abnormal" conditions experienced by the country, especially in the administrative and financial corruption in government departments.