Iraqi Finance: Industrialized countries and international organizations support white paper reforms
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Mubasher: Ali Abdul Amir Allawi, the Iraqi Minister of Finance, announced the support of international organizations and industrial countries for the white paper presented by the government for the state's economic reform.
Allawi stressed that the white paper received absolute support from industrialized countries and international organizations for the first time, according to the Iraqi News Agency, "INA", today, Thursday.
He came during his participation in the tour of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to a number of European countries.
He said: The international support and welcome of the White Paper is an achievement of the Ministry of Finance.
He added that international organizations saw that Iraq faces daunting economic challenges overshadowed by the Corona crisis and low oil prices, and that the White Paper is an ambitious program for comprehensive economic reform, strengthening the growth of the private economy and protecting the most vulnerable groups.
He pointed out that "the industrialized countries and international organizations declared their support for the Iraqi government's vision of reform not only to ward off the current crises, but to create permanent economic opportunities for the Iraqi people that meet their aspirations."
Earlier, the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives announced its support for the white paper that aims to reform and activate the private sector and change the course of the national economy from the role of state control to the role of organization, law enforcement, attention to vulnerable groups and social welfare, and work to introduce radical improvements to the state's management of the public financial system to reduce From the constant waste of resources.
It also seeks to restructure the banking sector and put in place scientific and real solutions to raise public sector production.
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