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Industry counts its exports abroad from primecoat

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Industry counts its exports abroad from primecoat Empty Industry counts its exports abroad from primecoat

Post by rocky on Sat 25 Jan 2020, 2:32 am

Industry counts its exports abroad from primecoat

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Baghdad - Waaa - Sajjad Al-Musawi
The Mining Industries Company of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals announced the export of 140,000 tons of primecoat, while revealing the details of its plan to improve its reality.
The company's general manager, Youssef Al-Janabi, told The Iraqi News Agency (AA) that the mining industry company is one of the self-financing companies, pointing out that some of the company's factories are profitable and others are not. 
He added that the company's management hopes to adopt the salaries of its employees from its own revenues, pointing out that the company seeks to find marketing sources, in addition to the local markets, as well as search for export areas outside Iraq.
He pointed out that last year the company was able to export 140 thousand tons of primecoat, which reflected on the national economy by bringing in hard currency, pointing out that the company also managed to export 10 thousand tons of this material during the month.
Janabi confirmed that the company's management is seeking to increase export quantities in the coming months.
He added that the company was able to achieve self-sufficiency of primecoat material and began to export surplus from the local need, pointing out that there are companies that submit requests to equip them with this material according to an export mechanism approved and subject to security control and under the supervision and control of the concerned authorities.
He noted that the company is one of the few local companies that bring shard currency to Iraq.
He added: There are products that are considered an enemy of the environment, which is represented by damaged oils in factories and other ministries, there is a trend by the mining industry company to collect these wastes and recycle them with new products that can be used instead of throwing them in the squares or sewers that It leaves a significant environmental impact.
The Iraqi Media Network launched the Supreme National Campaign to Support Iraqi Industry.
Alaa al-Hattab, a member of the Security Council of the Media Network, told The Iraqi News Agency (AAP) that "the Council of Trustees approved the launch of the supreme national campaign to support all aspects of Iraqi industry."
He added that "the campaign will be carried out by all the joints of the Iraqi media network and its media organizations (Al-Akhbari Channel, Al-Iraqiya Public Channel, Al-Sports Channel, Turkmen Channel, Kurdish Channel), as well as al-Sabah newspaper, al-Sabah newspapers, the provinces, and al-Network magazine, as well as the network's offices in the provinces."
"The aim of the campaign is to support the local product and develop Iraqi industry, and not to rely on the importer," he said, adding that "supporting the national industry and restarting the stalled factories will provide opportunities for the unemployed and move the economy."
He called on all Iraqi government companies and factories to interact positively with the network's institutions to reflect their products, businesses and industrial projects.

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