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SHOCKING REPORT.. IRAQ LOSES NEARLY 500 BILLION DINARS ANNUALLY DUE TO TRAFFIC CONGESTION

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Post by rocky Sun 05 Jun 2022, 7:48 am

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SHOCKING REPORT.. IRAQ LOSES NEARLY 500 BILLION DINARS ANNUALLY DUE TO TRAFFIC CONGESTION
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The economist, Manar Al-Obaidi, counted the quantities of "wasted" used fuel for cars as a result of congestion in Iraq.
According to a report published by Al-Obaidi, on the social networking platform "Facebook", followed by the news agency, "The value of fuel losses for cars in Iraq as a result of congestion, as a minimum, is 495 billion Iraqi dinars annually," noting that "this value of waste is capable of creating more than 11 A thousand km of streets, which would reduce the loss of fuel and consequently the loss of money for the Iraqi citizen and the Iraqi state, which annually imports up to 3 billion dollars of gasoline, in addition to the locally produced gasoline."
He explained that "one car in Baghdad, which has a daily route of up to 20 km (round trip), loses annually up to 572 liters, at a value of 314 thousand Iraqi dinars, not to mention the high pollution rate as a result of this congestion."
The Iraqi government cannot “be unable, with the excuse of the lack of financial allocations for the construction of roads, for the Roads and Bridges Authority is able to borrow from government banks sums for the construction of these roads in exchange for making them paid roads at very low prices that do not exceed 1000 dinars when cars pass through them, and it can pay the value of the loan from These amounts, which the car owner will pay to reduce the amount of fuel consumption and the total consumption of the car during its working period, which will contribute to reducing fuel consumption and reducing the need to import fuel from abroad,” he said.
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