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Muslim said in a statement to him, followed by "Digital Media KNN" on the sidelines of his meeting with the owners of factories that are out of work: "The Ministry of Trade and Industry seeks, according to the efforts granted to it, to reactivate and operate the suspended factories and address their problems." Stressing that "the ministry is continuing its efforts to secure the largest possible job opportunities in addition to increasing local production in Kurdistan."
He pointed out that the Ministry of Commerce will remove all obstacles that are suspended from labor and related to the ministry, while other issues will be transferred to the Council of Ministers for treatment.
There are 3,714 laboratories in the region, but 2,272 of them are suspended from work, resulting in the disruption of 8,835 jobs.