[size=36]An international move to invest in a project in one of the southern governorates[/size]
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The Iraqi Federation of Industries revealed, on Monday, an international move to invest in the Diwaniyah poultry project.
The Vice-President of the Iraqi Federation of Industries, Ali Al-Dakhili, told the official news agency, "The Ministry of Industry has not yet established a real map so that manufacturers or those in charge of industry can allocate industrial zones in Iraq," noting that "the industrial map is divided in Iraq according to natural resources, as the establishment of factories Petrochemicals can only be found in southern Iraq so that they are close to oil sources, which are a major and nutritious source for the establishment of these factories."
He added, "Factories for the production of food resources should be in an environment far from the oil areas, that is, in the governorates of Diwaniyah and Babil, and that pharmaceutical factories can be established from the central Euphrates regions heading north to Nineveh, as it is a clean and clean environment and there is no smoke or associated gas." He pointed out that "the country's industrial map is good and fruitful, because Iraq possesses natural materials that make each province characterized by its own industrial city."
And he added, "Iraq is rich in natural resources from south to north, and that each governorate is prepared to be an industrial city characterized by its independence," explaining that "some governorates such as Dhi Qar contain oil in the area near the Sabbah field, but when moving away from a distance of 60 to 70 km towards Chabayish, it is possible to set up dairy factories because there is no oil."
Al-Dakhili stressed that "Iraq can be a good source, because the Iraqis have brains that make them able to switch from importers to exporters," stressing the need for "government support to be provided through two paragraphs: land ownership for industrialists and the provision of loans."
He added, "With regard to the first paragraph, which is the ownership of the land for the industrialist, it includes that any industrial project that does not own it does not develop, because every project begins with export after covering the local production and becomes a product protection," noting that "the industry in the country needs government support through land ownership for the industrialist." To obtain loans, the Central Bank, the Industrial Bank and all the country's banks do not grant loans without land."
He stressed that "the high industrial loan makes today a solid and exporting industry that attracts the dollar and preserves the capital, and thus the industry is strong through the support of the government," noting that "the ownership of land for the industrialist in this period is very few."
He continued, "The issue of converting the country from an importer to an exporter is in the hands of the government exclusively," explaining that "the industrial citizen who has the ability and ability to work cannot face the external environment that has government support in all neighboring countries."
And he indicated that "the governments today have established a commercial relationship between the commercial attaches in all embassies with the manufacturers in their countries so that the commercial attaches in the countries' embassies distribute their resources, as each commercial attache in the country distributes the industry of a country after supporting its government," explaining that "Iraqis can become Good sources for Iraq's possession of raw and available materials."
Al-Dakhili called on the Ministry of Oil to “support the private sector, that is, by selling oil outputs for 350-400 dollars. Ethylene, kerosene and the outputs of other chemicals that are used in the manufacture of plastics, timber and adhesives are many,” noting that “the outputs of a ton of oil are sold twice as much as a ton of oil at a rate of 45 times.”
And he indicated that "if the state worked on petrochemicals and sold oil output to the private sector and industrial factories at a subsidized price, this would save the dollar inside the country and not leave it," explaining that "the economic nerve we own, we have water and oil and its outputs and natural materials that can be used."
He stressed, "the possibility of export and competition, and the best example of this is that our production today operates in Europe," noting that "the industry in Iraq can be transformed within 4 years into a global industry that attracts all countries of the world or invested through commercial attaches."
Al-Dakhili stated that "the Export Support Fund is considered a positive factor by the government, as this fund includes returning 15% of the value of the invoice issued to the industrialist, that is, if a list of $10,000 is sold to a country through an invoice, 15% of this invoice goes back to The source, explaining that "supporting exports in the country needs the first steps to own the land in the name of the industrialist, and the second step is to grant loans to industrialists because they do not work with their own money. In addition, the government must create a healthy industrial environment that attracts industrialists and industrial capital."
He stated that "the Federation of Industry today is a syndicate of industrialists demanding the rights of industrialists," explaining that "the union's role in protecting industrialists and the demand for them on an ongoing basis to obtain a qualitative leap in the industry."
And he indicated that "the government's support for the agricultural sector and the granting of loans to the owners of poultry fields prompted a decrease in the prices of eggs and chickens, and this decline will continue, and the price of the egg layer will be three thousand dinars after five years," noting that "the government will not open the borders to the import of eggs and chickens, and if this continues. Iraq will be a source of these materials."
And he indicated that "Al-Diwaniyah poultry fields, after they became influential in the market, negotiated with the Saudi Almarai Company to buy 50% of the poultry fields, and this is a great achievement."
And he indicated that "the occurrence of a qualitative leap in the Iraqi industry depends on the government establishing an industrial program supported by the Ministry of Industry," stressing the need "that there be a sober program supported by the government, specific in time periods, and includes educating people on industry in Iraq, and involving the ministries of oil, agriculture, finance and trade. By holding a giant conference and preparing ways to advance the country's industries, in addition to disbursing funds, having media support, and facilitating attracting expertise."
Al-Dakhili stressed "the need to restructure the Ministry of Industry, as it is a dysfunctional ministry to which two trillion Iraqi dinars are allocated annually from the state treasury, but today it is considered a burden on the Iraqi government," noting that "this ministry owns 37 companies, all of which are losers."
Al-Dakhili stated that "a Russian company will invest the glass factory in Anbar with a contract worth 282 million dollars, which will be restructured," noting that "
He added, "After two years of rehabilitating the factory, Iraq will export glass," explaining that "this could create an industrial environment."
Al-Dakhili indicated that "the industrial city in Nasiriyah is a good step, and we support the industrial cities in all of Iraq," explaining that "the land file has not been resolved for the industrial cities."
He stated that "gathering industrialists in one place is a very important topic that eliminates industrial slums, pointing to proposals to make the slogan (Made in Iraq) a global slogan." Ended 29/R77