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Saleh: The agreement with China will give participation to the private sector and rely on local prod

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Post by rocky on Wed 15 Jan 2020, 2:07 am

Saleh: The agreement with China will give participation to the private sector and rely on local products

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{Baghdad: Al Furat News} Advisor to the Prime Minister for Financial Affairs, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, confirmed that the trade agreement concluded between Iraq and China will focus on implementing infrastructure projects.
Saleh said in a press statement, "The agreement includes the exchange of oil revenues for the implementation of projects in Iraq," noting that "the Iraqi government opened a credit account in one of the sober Chinese banks to deposit oil revenues of 100,000 barrels per day within the Chinese agreement."
He explained that "this account is spent for companies that implement projects," noting that "the agreement will focus on infrastructure projects such as schools, hospitals, roads, electricity and sanitation, to be determined through the Ministry of Planning and in coordination with the Council of Ministers."
He added that "the agreement will provide many job opportunities for the unemployed and give an opportunity to the Iraqi private sector companies, as well as relying on Iraqi products to implement projects such as cement, bricks, sand and others," noting that "this will create significant economic development in the country."
He pointed out that "the age of the agreement reaches 20 years," stressing that "this agreement will revive the infrastructure of Iraq, which has been destroyed for four decades."


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