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Iraq expects poverty rate to rise to more than 20%

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Post by rocky Mon 04 May 2020, 2:00 am

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[size=18]The Minister of Planning, Nuri al-Dulaimi, confirmed that the poverty rate in the country is 20 percent, while he expected this percentage to rise due to the recent crisis.


Al-Dulaimi said in a statement to government media that the poverty rate in all of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] reached 20 percent, according to the latest survey carried out by the ministry in 2018, noting that "the percentage rises in the southern governorates, where it reaches 52 percent in Muthanna Governorate."






 
He added that "the proportions vary between the governorates according to the economic activity in each governorate," expecting that "the poverty rates will increase in their rates due to the recent crisis, as a result of some workers in the private sector losing their jobs and the lack of alternative sources of income for them."


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