1/4/2014 Oman Ghaidaa Bayati
Iraq has received positive international assessments when reviewing derived from economic achievements in the consultative meeting, which took place recently between Iraq and the International Monetary Fund in the Jordanian capital Amman.
Stated that the (morning) and head of the delegation of the Iraqi Minister of Finance Agency purity of net debt, which participated in the meeting and said: "
That all the observations made by the International Monetary Fund during the meeting was characterized by transparency and realism to the presentation of the fund or the presentation of the Iraqi side with all terms of growth, inflation and the stability of the Iraqi currency, "noting that all of them were positive signs.
He explained that the consultative meeting discussed the obstacles facing the budget, administration and research to find ways to availability, pointing to the good impression and look at the International Monetary Fund to the Iraqi economy and financial management.
For his part, speaking for the (morning) member of the delegation of the Iraqi Central Bank Governor Dr. Abdul Basit Turki for most of the outcome of the meeting, stressing that it came out good impressions in the field address the obstacles faced by the Iraqi economy.
Talked to the President of the IMF mission Carlo Sidr Alvić (morning "for the good results achieved by the Iraqi economy in 2013 through his province on the stability of the currency and low inflation.
He called Sdralvić to reduce the level of spending in order to serve the development and economic growth.
It should be noted that the Minister of Finance Agency purity of net debt may be signed during his visit to Amman on loan from the Islamic Development Bank for the purpose of development of the highway link between Baghdad and Amman, which he described as the Vice President of the Islamic Bank, Abdul Aziz Al Hinai It is a project vital and important because it connects Iraq's neighboring countries are expected that this is the way that his first big role in the recovery of communication and trade between Iraq and neighboring countries.
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