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Economist: Next year's budget will increase by 10%, estimated at 140 trillion dinars

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Post by rocky Fri Nov 12, 2021 9:12 am

Economist: Next year's budget will increase by 10%, estimated at 140 trillion dinars

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{Economic: Al Furat News} The economic expert, Nabil Al Marsoumi, revealed, on Thursday, that the size of the next year’s budget will increase by 10% and is estimated at 140 trillion dinars.
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Al-Marsoumi told Al-Furat News that "the 2022 budget was not explicitly presented, and the leaks confirmed that it would be based on $60 per barrel of oil."
He expected, "It will be 10% larger than the 2021 budget, and therefore the general energy limits will be 140 trillion dinars."
Al-Marsoumi pointed out, "The availability of job grades depends on the economic policy of the next government in a new approach and opening the door for employment."
And he indicated that "the reform paper does not call for an increase in employment, but rather to support the private sector, yet it did not prevent the employment of thousands in the right professions."
The economist concluded, "It is expected that oil revenues will be significant this year." 

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