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    Al-Sudani: The projects will be subject to fair competition away from monopoly

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    Post by Rocky Sun 13 Nov 2022, 6:11 am

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    On Sunday (October 13, 2022), Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani affirmed the government’s determination to end wrong practices that constitute an obstacle to the development of this vital economic sector, while indicating that correcting the state’s economic paths is not possible without the involvement of the private sector.
    The media office of the Prime Minister stated, in a statement, that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani received a number of businessmen, investors and project owners in the private sector," noting that "during the meeting, they discussed the national economic reality, prospects for the private sector's work and its contribution." In expanding employment and development opportunities, and the most important obstacles and challenges facing it.
    In a speech during the meeting, Al-Sudani affirmed, "The government's determination to end wrong practices that represent an obstacle in the way of developing this vital economic sector," calling for "private sector projects to be consistent with the nature of economic challenges and the needs facing citizens."
    The Prime Minister "expressed his conviction that the country's economic paths cannot be corrected unless the private sector is a key partner in this correction and reform."
    He continued, "The opportunity will be available and supported by the government to enter into a constructive partnership with this national sector, which is highly relied upon to reduce unemployment and provide sustainable national development that contributes to securing stability and social peace," stressing that projects will be subject to fair competition on the basis of the principle of equal opportunity. away from monopoly.
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