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    An expert expects the government to resort to the compulsory saving of employee salaries

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    An expert expects the government to resort to the compulsory saving of employee salaries Empty An expert expects the government to resort to the compulsory saving of employee salaries

    Post by rocky Mon 09 Mar 2020, 1:33 pm


    An expert expects the government to resort to the compulsory saving of employee salaries

    19:54 - 09/03/2020



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    Economic expert, Saleh Al-Hammash, expected, on Monday, the government to resort to the compulsory saving of employee salaries in the event of an economic crisis as oil prices drop.
    Al-Hamash told Al-Maalouma that "oil prices could fall to 25 dollars per barrel, and then rise and settle at 35 dollars per barrel."
    He added that "the falling prices will put [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in front of a stifling economic crisis, whether the caretaker government or a transitional government remains, which calls for the approval of the 2020 budget to know the revenues after the drop and the size of spending and the mechanism of cuts."
    He explained that "the continued decline in oil will push the Iraqi government to a series of measures to control, including declaring austerity and resorting to compulsory savings for employees' salaries and in certain proportions."
    He added, "The savings will be partial and uneven from one job degree to another, according to the total salary, in addition to the cancellation of benefits and others." Ended 25 and


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