[size=36]Parliamentary investment determines the reasons for obstructing the establishment of industrial cities[/size]
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The Parliamentary Economic and Investment Committee, on Wednesday, identified the reasons for delaying the establishment of industrial cities, while it spoke of wills that stand as a stumbling block in the way of developing Iraqi industry.
Committee member Nada Shaker Jawdat said, "The House of Representatives has enacted a law for industrial cities and its implementation rests with the government," noting that "the establishment of these cities is lagging in implementation."
She added, "There are many Iraqi industries stalled," indicating that "Iraq is one of the important industrial countries, and we do not know the reason for this stopping and the lack of will to return it."
She explained that "the establishment of industrial cities guarantees the exchange of industries and products with neighboring countries," wondering, "Where are the Iraqi industries that can be exchanged with those countries?"
Regarding the beneficiaries, according to Jawdat, she said, "There are parties that impede the advancement of the national industry because they have industries outside Iraq in Egypt, Jordan and Turkey and want to dispose of their products in Iraq." In Iraq it harms its interests. "