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Al-Fateh: Returning to the Chinese agreement will end the economic crisis in Iraq

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Al-Fateh: Returning to the Chinese agreement will end the economic crisis in Iraq Empty Al-Fateh: Returning to the Chinese agreement will end the economic crisis in Iraq

Post by rocky Mon 13 Sep 2021, 8:12 am

Al-Fateh: Returning to the Chinese agreement will end the economic crisis in Iraq
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The Al-Fateh Alliance pledged, on Monday, to end the economic crisis and chaos in projects in Iraq by returning to the agreement with the Chinese side, indicating that the mismanagement of the current government created many economic failures despite the high prices .
A member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Khaled Al-Saray, said that "returning to the Chinese agreement after the elections will be a priority for the alliance and the forces allied with it ."
He added, "The Chinese agreement is capable of ending the state of chaos in Iraqi projects, as well as ending unemployment through the establishment of projects and factories to employ Iraqi manpower and the establishment of infrastructure to attract foreign investment ."
Al-Saray pointed out that "the mismanagement and planning of the current and previous governments led to the dinar's decline against the dollar despite the rise in oil prices and the end of the war on terrorism that exhausted the state budget."


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