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Parliamentary Finance: the budget deficit 2020 will exceed 80 trillion dinars

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Post by rocky Sun 10 Nov 2019, 1:51 am


Parliamentary Finance: the budget deficit 2020 will exceed 80 trillion dinars

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The parliamentary Finance Committee, on Sunday, that the budget deficit 2020 will exceed 80 trillion dinars, where the government will rely on filling this deficit through internal borrowing in addition to withdrawing funds from the Central Bank.
Committee member Naji Idris said in a statement to the information that the increase in the job grades will increase the size of the budget deficit, especially since the recently launched grades do not have any financial allocation in the budget.
Idris said, "The government will resort to internal borrowing or fill the deficit in the financing way through an open withdrawal from the Central Bank, where the deficit will exceed 80 trillion dinars, which represents a disaster in the Iraqi economy."
He explained that "the economic catastrophe experienced by [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] as a result of the failed economic policy of the country since 2003 and to this day, especially as there is an expansion of government spending with the reduction of investment spending, especially as there is a lack of operation of factories and factories, and most investment amounts go to foreign companies operating in Oil projects and electricity debt. ” Finished 25 N


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