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    Imported goods destroy 250 private factories in Diyala

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    Post by Rocky Tue 16 Nov 2021, 6:30 am

    [size=52]Imported goods destroy 250 private factories in Diyala[/size]

    [size=45]Yesterday, the local administration in Khan Bani Saad district, south of Diyala governorate, announced the closure of more than 250 local factories in the largest industrial district in the district, due to the lack of support for the local product in front of imported goods. The director of the district, Walid Al-Saadi, said in an interview with (Al-Mada),[/size]
    [size=45]“The absence of planning and the lack of support for the local product is one of the main reasons for the extinction of the private sector factories,” noting that “these factories used to provide hundreds of job opportunities for unemployed youth, and that their products provided all kinds of foodstuffs, juices and other materials for the local market.” For his part, Akram Al-Azzawi, owner of one of the factories in the industrial district of Khan Bani Saad, said during his interview with (Al-Mada), that "his factory's production of juices was generating money for him and dozens of workers," stressing that "his production was comparable to imported goods in terms of quality." “. While Ahmed Jabbar, owner of another factory in the industrial district, indicated that “many reasons prompted him, along with other factory owners, to close these factories, most notably the high exchange rate of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar and the lack of serious support for the private sector and opening the door wide for the importer who spread in the local markets. “. Al-Tajer confirmed to (Al-Mada), that "the factories of "Khan Bani Saad" disappeared more than seven years ago, and neither the local administration nor the central government took it upon themselves to find solutions to return to work in these productive factories, which provided hundreds of opportunities for the unemployed." In addition, the economic expert, Talib Al-Zaidi, said in an interview with (Al-Mada), that “working to support the private sector and activating the principle of supporting the national product, which was comparable to the imported product and limiting the imported one, will contribute to the return of the local product and will cast a shadow over creating job opportunities for the armies of the unemployed.” He called on the central government to “the need to support the owners of these factories to rehabilitate the industrial district in Khan Bani Saad from the missing infrastructure in this neighborhood.”[/size]
    [size=45]The industrial district in Khan Bani Saad district is the second largest industrial district in Diyala, and the production of factories in this district years ago was widespread in most of the local markets in the country.[/size]
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