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    AL-KAABI REVEALS THE OBSTACLES THAT PREVENT INVESTMENT COMPANIES FROM ENTERING IRAQ

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    Post by rocky Tue 08 Jun 2021, 7:41 am

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    [size=38]AL-KAABI REVEALS THE OBSTACLES THAT PREVENT INVESTMENT COMPANIES FROM ENTERING IRAQ[/size]

    Monday, June 7, 2021 4:38 PM




    Today, Monday, the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi, stressed the need to hold early elections on their scheduled date, while stressing that bureaucracy and lack of security are the biggest obstacle to the entry of investment companies into Iraq.
    His media office said in a statement, received by the "National News Center", that "bureaucracy and lack of security and stability have always been the biggest obstacle to the entry of sober international investment companies, especially Dutch ones, to Iraq," noting that "the country and during the current period began to witness a state of Stability and political awareness of the need to continue activating anti-corruption frameworks, revitalizing the investment portal, and ending all problems that plague the economy. 
    A member of the council's presidency stressed, according to the statement, during his meeting with the Dutch ambassador in Iraq, Michel Rintenar and his accompanying delegation, on "the necessity of holding early elections on their scheduled date on the tenth of this October, and the support of the United Nations and the countries of the European Union to it." 
    Al-Kaabi called for “improving the investment climate by overcoming difficulties, removing complex procedures, providing security and stability, and granting all facilities to investors, especially the Dutch.” The second largest exporter of agricultural products in the world. 
    For his part, Rintenar expressed Amsterdam's keenness to "create broader opportunities to strengthen economic and trade relations with Iraq, contribute to accelerating the implementation of investment projects and build security capabilities that the friendly country needs, in addition to supporting the work of humanitarian organizations on the issue of migration and displaced persons, and supporting legislation that establishes human rights." “.
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