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The President of the World Bank meets the Iraqi Prime Minister and stresses the need to reform banks

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Post by rocky Wed 28 Jul 2021, 7:51 am

The President of the World Bank meets the Iraqi Prime Minister and stresses the need to reform banks
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Reuters /FW1F/Jonathan Oatis

World Bank President David Malpass

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The World Bank said in a statement that Bank President David Malpass met Tuesday with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi in Washington and stressed the importance of banking sector reforms and accelerating private sector investments.
Malpass told Al-Kazemi that the bank is committed to supporting the Iraqi government as it continues to reform the public sector and boost the private sector as the country opens up to business after nearly two decades of war and conflict.
Malpass also emphasized the importance of investing in infrastructure, highlighting investments in the Iraqi port and energy sectors.
Source: "Reuters"
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