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Abdul-Mahdi said in a speech delivered at the forum, according to the statement of the Prime Minister's Media Office and received by "Economy News", "We have been keen to be accompanied by the largest number of members of the executive authority, and the presence of ministers and governors gives seriousness to the delegation in going to contracts and business directly, praising Accelerated economic growth in China, which aspires to Iraq to take advantage of its capabilities and establish the best relations with them in all areas, and congratulated by the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China.
The statement added that the Prime Minister reviewed the developments and reforms witnessed in the investment environment in Iraq and achieve security and stability after the defeat of ISIS, pointing out that Iraq is ready for investments and job opportunities in Iraq many in all sectors and the country is witnessing an increase in the number of companies and investors after a series of decisions concerning partnership between Public and private sector and vote on the establishment of the Reconstruction Council, which is responsible for high-cost projects, in addition to travel and accommodation facilities that were impeding work.
Abdul-Mahdi, that Iraq is the fourth source of oil in the world and help in this development is the contribution of Chinese companies to invest in the most important oil fields.
The Prime Minister announced the eight Memorandums of Understanding and the eight agreements to be signed in Beijing today, including a framework agreement for financial credit spending, a memorandum of understanding for economic reconstruction and others in the fields of economic, cultural and technical cooperation. And sewers and others.
During the forum, workshops were held for the ministries of oil and electricity, construction and housing, industry, transport and communications. The Chinese companies, the conditions and priorities of the ministries' projects and the potentials of the Chinese companies and joint committees formed to follow up the completion of the projects and agreements with the Chinese side. The Conservatives held talks with the owners of Chinese companies and agreements on signing contracts in various sectors.