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    The industry details its plan to restore the suspended factories in the country

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    Post by Rocky Sun 30 Oct 2022, 4:33 am

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    Today, Saturday, the Ministry of Industry detailed its plan to reopen the stalled factories and establish a national industry in Iraq, and while it summarized the reasons for stopping the factories over the past periods, it announced the granting of 3,000 establishment licenses within two years, noting at the same time that its support for the private sector continues and provides it with facilities in Two important files.
    Hassan Nazim, director general of the General Directorate of Industrial Development, one of the formations of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, said that "the directorate continues to support the private sector and grants licenses to establish projects for the private and mixed sectors under Law No. 20 of 1998, under the title of industrial investment."
    Nazim added, "The law showed facilities and flexibility for private sector projects, especially with regard to two files: importing production lines and raw materials, as well as coordination with sectoral authorities regarding fuel and electricity," noting that "there is an existing plan, and it is re-updated for the purpose of giving more facilities. For factories, to support the national industry and introduce products made in Iraq.
    He pointed out that "there are a large number of licenses, especially during the past two years, amounting to more than 3,000 licenses under construction, and there are procedures for facilitating procedures for the completion of industrial projects, as the results amounted to 425 completed factories, which opened their doors and hired young people and workers."
    He explained that "there are special forms in the directorate, which include standards and documents provided by the industrialist, and then the license under establishment is initially granted, after which the procedures are carried out in coordination with the sectoral departments and the responsible authorities, for the purpose of giving final approvals attached to the basic approval, to issue complete licenses for the establishment to open factories and employ youth ".
    He noted that "after 2003, the industry went through difficult conditions that led to the emigration of many private sector owners from their factories," noting that "many factories were closed for reasons including their old age and inability to keep pace with what is produced through modern machines, as well as because of the security conditions that have passed. The areas of Iraq over the past years, including the entry of ISIS terrorist gangs into three provinces, and thus the factories continued to stop.”
    He pointed out that "the plan of the ministry, the government and the directorate is to develop mechanisms to restore these factories to open their doors, and there is a plan to facilitate procedures such as bringing in experts and importing production lines by industrialists and facilitating the procedures for their entry from border crossings, and there are other facilities related to raw materials."
    He added, "This led to the re-effect of many of these achievements," stressing that "the ministry is continuing to establish a national industry in the country through the transfer of sober technology and offering products made in Iraq."
    He stressed that "talking about the disruption of more than 60,000 factories and factories is incorrect, and the factories that were disrupted due to what was mentioned about the security incidents that took place in the governorates, in addition to the presence of factories whose owners stopped working for various circumstances, including financial ones," noting that "talking about numbers A huge number of factories and stopped factories comes for the purpose of frustration and to give an unreal picture of the Iraqi industry.”
    He concluded, "There are thousands of factories operating in Iraq, continuously offering their products in the local markets, and they continue to support the private sector."

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Today, Saturday, the Ministry of Industry detailed its plan to reopen the stalled factories and establish a national industry in Iraq, while it announced the size of the establishment licenses granted within two years, and the number of completed factories that opened their doors.
    Hassan Nazim, Director General of the General Directorate of Industrial Development, one of the formations of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, told the official news agency, "The Directorate continues to support the private sector and grants licenses to establish projects for the private and mixed sectors under Law No. 20 of 1998, under the title of industrial investment."
    Nazim added, "The law showed facilities and flexibility for private sector projects, especially with regard to two files: importing production lines and raw materials, as well as coordination with sectoral authorities regarding fuel and electricity," noting that "there is an existing plan, and it is being re-updated for the purpose of giving more facilities. For factories, to support the national industry and introduce products made in Iraq.
    He pointed out that "there are a large number of licenses, especially during the past two years, amounting to more than 3,000 licenses under construction, and there are procedures for facilitating procedures for the completion of industrial projects, as the results reached 425 completed factories, which opened their doors and hired young people and workers."
    He explained that "there are special forms in the directorate, which include standards and documents provided by the industrialist, and then the license under establishment is initially granted, after which the procedures are carried out in coordination with the sectoral departments and the responsible authorities, for the purpose of giving final approvals attached to the basic approval, to issue complete licenses for the establishment to open factories and employ youth ".
    He noted that "after 2003, the industry went through difficult conditions that led to the emigration of many private sector owners from their factories," noting that "many factories were closed for reasons including their old age and inability to keep pace with what is produced through modern machines, as well as because of the security conditions that have passed. The areas of Iraq over the past years, including the entry of ISIS terrorist gangs into three provinces, and thus the factories continued to stop.”
    He pointed out that "the plan of the ministry, the government and the directorate is to develop mechanisms to restore these factories to open their doors, and there is a plan to facilitate procedures such as bringing in experts and importing production lines by industrialists and facilitating the procedures for entering them from border crossings, and there are other facilities related to raw materials."
    He continued, "This led to the re-effect of many of these achievements," stressing that "the ministry is continuing to establish a national industry in the country through the transfer of sober technology and the introduction of products made in Iraq."
    He stressed that "talking about the disruption of more than 60,000 factories and factories is incorrect, and the factories that were disrupted due to what was mentioned about the security incidents that took place in the governorates, in addition to the presence of factories in which their owners stopped working for various circumstances, including financial," noting that "talking about numbers The huge number of factories and factories that have stopped comes for the purpose of frustration and to give an unreal picture of the Iraqi industry.”
    He concluded, "There are thousands of factories operating in Iraq, continuously offering their products in the local markets, and they continue to support the private sector."



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