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An important disrupted economic source .. International Review: Iraq is ranked behind in the impact

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Post by rocky Mon 17 May 2021, 6:40 am

[size=52]An important disrupted economic source .. International Review: Iraq is ranked behind in the impact of cultural heritage[/size]

[size=45]In a new ranking by SEO World magazine for the year 2021, Iraq ranked behind in the influence of cultural heritage globally, as it ranked 62nd globally, and seventh in the Arab world, despite its rich cultural heritage and antiquities.[/size]
[size=45]However, according to the index, it seems that what he possesses is "ineffective" in the world, while other Arab countries have succeeded in influencing their culture on the world, such as Saudi Arabia, Algeria and the UAE.[/size]
[size=45]According to the classification, Italy ranked first with the best countries in the world, with a score of 95.99% in terms of cultural heritage impact, while Greece and Spain ranked second and third with a score of 95.61 and 95.23, respectively, while India ranked fourth before Thailand, while Portugal came in sixth place, and Japan. In seventh place.[/size]
[size=45]In the Arab world, according to the magazine, Egypt ranked first, with a score of 92.33 percent, the Emirates second with a score of 89.45 percent, Saudi Arabia third with 88.49 percent, and Morocco came fourth with a score of 88.49 percent, Tunisia came fifth, then Algeria sixth, and Iraq ranked seventh in the Arab world, and ranked 62nd globally, with a score of 87.57 percent.[/size]
[size=45]CEOWORLD magazine identified the best countries in the world for the impact of cultural heritage, by measuring their global impact in 9 characteristics: architecture, artistic heritage, fashion, food, music, literature, history, cultural monuments, cultural access, rather than economic or political power or Military, it is the cultural heritage of these countries that most influences the wider world. The magazine pointed out that the progress and the economic outlook make the nation deep internationally, for it is the heritage that acts as a main feature in its own right, the heritage of any country is a remnant of its glorious culture and historical struggles, and it plays a major role in attracting tourists from all over the world.[/size]
[size=45]What is cultural heritage?[/size]
[size=45]Cultural heritage is defined as the inheritance of tangible and intangible possessions that belong to a group or a society that has legacies from previous generations, which have remained until the present time and are donated to future generations. - As defined by UNESCO.[/size]
[size=45]The cultural heritage is global, and one of the most important factors of economic development in the world. However, Iraq, despite its rich cultural heritage, seems to have failed to “market” its heritage and its monuments, landmarks and cultural features. We do not see that the world and its people possess sufficient knowledge. On the Ziggurat of Ur, for example, compared to the Egyptian pyramids.[/size]
[size=45]The state does not respect tourism[/size]
[size=45]In addition to the neglect of the tourism aspect in the country, economic experts talk about another issue that is the state not benefiting from the tourism sector's revenues, especially the religious one, but rather the state incurs losses as a result of this tourism activity.[/size]
[size=45]The economist Manar al-Ubaidi speaks that “one of the sectors that are most capable of attracting real money to Iraq is tourism because Iraq has very important tourist sites, whether historical or religious,” while he made a comparison between several sites for international and international bodies and destinations and how to classify them by reviewing tourist sites in their countries compared On the official website of the Tourism and Antiquities Authority, which appears to be out of order and does not contain enough information that concerns Iraqi tourist areas.[/size]
[size=45]In 2015, tourism revenues in Iraq recorded more than 300 million dollars, or about 417 billion dinars, divided into 10 billion dinars as government revenues, 362 billion dinars in the private sector and 45 billion dinars for a mixed sector.[/size]
[size=45]For his part, the economist, Omar Hisham, says that the Iraqi government does not benefit from religious tourism, but rather that the private sector is the biggest beneficiary of it.[/size]
[size=45]Hashem said, "Tourism is, in general, a major source of the economy in the world, but the Iraqi government does not earn any profits from tourism, especially religious tourism."[/size]
[size=45]Hashem said, "The law does not impose taxes on the religious tourism sector in Iraq, so the Iraqi government does not benefit from tourism, especially religious tourism, which comes first in Iraq."[/size]


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