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    Babel: 2000 Factories Stopped Working And Had To Lay Off Their Workers

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    Post by Rocky Sun 15 May 2022, 6:23 am

    [size=38]Babel: 2000 Factories Stopped Working And Had To Lay Off Their Workers
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    The Information/Baghdad…
    Many production factories in Babylon were forced to dismiss thousands of their workers and craftsmen from service, after they stopped production, as a result of the failure of their production lines to those in regional and global countries, demanding the need to support them by the government.
    The head of the Babylon Chamber of Industry, Muhammad Omran Al-Tai, said in a statement reported by the newspaper “Al-Sabah” and seen by “The Information”: “There are more than (2000) factories with various activities that were forced to stop production and lay off workers, indicating that the projects operating at full capacity amounted to 15%. Percentage of projects currently in service.
    Al-Taie added, “One of the most important reasons that led to the aforementioned factories’ suspension is their failure to keep pace with the technological development taking place in the world, by adding modern and fast production lines that would catch up with the rapid development taking place in the factories of neighboring countries, as well as reducing the cost of production and thus competing with materials.” imported.”
    Al-Taie stressed that “it is the duty of the central government to stand with the factory owners by eliminating red tape and helping them to develop their businesses, as activating the decision to automate border crossings electronically is a step in the right direction, because it (automation) will provide industrialists who import materials from outside the country, a comfortable environment. and safe to operate.” finished/25
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