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Oil reveals the start of "big" industrial projects

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Post by rocky on Thu 02 Jan 2020, 2:39 am

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[size=18]Today, Thursday, the Ministry of Oil announced "large" national industrial projects to provide the national product and meet the country's needs in various sectors.


In a statement, Alsumaria News received a copy of it, Minister of Oil Thamer Al-Ghadban said, "The Oil Ministry has many joint industrial projects with the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, especially those that depend on oil products," explaining that "among these projects is the establishment of investment refineries, which will provide many of Job opportunities for the unemployed, as well as the establishment of the Nebras Petrochemical Industries Project, also in cooperation with Shell International.







Al-Ghadban added, “ [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  should be transformed into an attractive environment for investment in the contracting and industries sector,” stressing “the need of the stalled factories in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  to technology and provide financing through soft lending to the factories and the Iraqi private sector, with the aim of developing factories, factories, railways and ports, and all that It would add an increase in Iraqi capital, so that the country would gradually shift from import to self-sufficiency.

Al-Ghadhban pointed out that "relying on the government to create job opportunities for citizens through employment and direct contracting with ministries will not lead to a solution to the problem and will result in an increase in the number of employees and overburdening the state budget," stressing that "the solution lies in developing the capabilities of the Iraqi private sector in the product." And activating the country in order to meet the country's needs of various products. "
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