[size=36]Experts call on the government to contribute to private sector salaries during the Corona crisis[/size]
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, Iraqi experts called for the Iraqi government to pay the salaries of workers in the private sector, considering that they have become a big burden and that the state must contribute to securing their salaries.
Economic experts stated that the economic packages announced by the government should have included provisions for securing a portion of the salaries of workers in the private sector as well as supporting private sector companies during the recession caused by the Corona virus
and the Minister of Planning, Nuri al-Dulaimi, announced the issuance of a number of decisions and taking a package Among the measures to support and empower the private sector and enhance its active roles in facing the consequences of the Corona virus and the decline in oil prices.
Al-Dulaimi said in press statements that "the customs duties have been zeroed, the facilities granted by the Central Bank of Iraq related to the promotion of balances have been approved, the import operations of materials and vital goods on both the food and the medical sides have been reduced, and the opening of accreditation commissions for the materials approved by the Supreme Committee for Health and National Safety to combat the HIV pandemic Corona by 50 percent of the Iraqi Trade Bank.
He pointed out, "Recent decisions taken by the Supreme Committee for National Health and Safety, including launching all exemptions to facilitate procedures for entering goods, including ration card items and dry legumes of all kinds, dried milk and dry pastries, devices, medical supplies and materials needed to combat the spread of the virus, which are imported By the private sector. "
It is noteworthy that the Saudi King, King Salman bin Abdulaziz announced, on Friday, that his country's government will bear 60% of the salaries of Saudi private sector employees, with a total value of 9 billion riyals. M hn