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    Al-Hamami: The industry is dying, and the talk about supporting and reviving it is ink on paper

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    Al-Hamami: The industry is dying, and the talk about supporting and reviving it is ink on paper Empty Al-Hamami: The industry is dying, and the talk about supporting and reviving it is ink on paper

    Post by Rocky Tue 25 May 2021, 7:23 am

    Al-Hamami: The industry is dying, and the talk about supporting and reviving it is ink on paper

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    Member of the Monitoring Committee, MP Kazem Finjan Al-Hamami, confirmed, on Tuesday, that the private industrial sector is in real danger due to the accumulation of obstacles that government departments have put in its way. .
    Al-Hamami said in a statement that Al-Iktissad News received a copy of, that “the talk about his support and sponsorship has become ink on paper, and that most government institutions do not pay attention to what his miserable conditions have turned into, and do not care about this economic stream that is flowing with vitality and activity, but rather that it is practicing the most ugly measures. Expulsion against entrepreneurs, most of whom chose to invest in neighboring countries instead of investing in Iraq.
    He added that "Iraq is no longer a suitable environment for incubating renewable industrial projects," referring to "the artificial delay created by the Director of the Brand Department at the Ministry of Industry, the failure of the Ministry of Oil to cooperate in equipping our factories with gas and fuel at subsidized prices, and the lack of cooperation of the Ministry of Electricity in supplying them with energy, and bad The State Real Estate Department deals with the Ministry of Finance, not to mention that the detachments of the Ministry of Defense control the entrances to industrial complexes and cities, and tighten their grip on them, whether they are inside the provinces or on their outskirts.
    And he indicated that "most of the ministries and specialized departments have become skilled in creating impossible conditions," stressing that "the private industrial sector has no future here in the absence of real support, and there are those who seek behind the scenes to destroy it and end its existence."
    Al-Hamami pointed to the "loss of thousands of opportunities that we were looking for to employ the unemployed of our youth in the new factories, but they were dispersed and faded due to the practices of those who contributed and still contribute to stifling the private industrial sector and disrupting its promising activities."
    Al-Hamami called the Economic Ministerial Council to "sit down with the need to open the door to direct dialogue with the industrialists in order to identify from them the real obstacles and obstacles that threaten the future of the private industrial sector throughout Iraq."

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