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    Al-Sudani: The exchange rate fluctuations and their impact made us adhere to the inevitability of ec

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    Post by Rocky Mon 02 Jan 2023, 7:09 am

    Al-Sudani: The exchange rate fluctuations and their impact made us adhere to the inevitability of economic reform

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    Economy News _ Baghdad
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani affirmed today, Monday, that the fluctuations in the exchange rate made the government adhere to the inevitability of economic reform, while he directed to scrutinize industrial development licenses.
    The media office of the Prime Minister said, in a statement received by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, conducted an inspection visit today to the Ministry of Industry and Minerals," noting that "he was briefed on the progress of work in the ministry's factories and companies, and he also chaired a meeting of the staff." He listened to a briefing by the Minister of Industry on the ministry's investment plan for development, its vision towards supporting strategic industries, and the obstacles facing the upgrading of the industrial reality in Iraq, and he was briefed on lagging projects and ways to address them.
    Al-Sudani stressed that "his visit to the ministry at the beginning of the new year reflects the government's keenness to implement its ministerial curriculum that focuses on services and the economy," noting that "economic reform is a prelude to social reform, and it is not an intellectual luxury or media consumption."
    The Prime Minister stated that "the exchange rate fluctuations and their impact on the Iraqi economy made us stick to the inevitability of economic reform, support for agriculture, industry, tourism and trade, instead of Iraq being a market for imported goods and a passage for smuggling hard currency and money laundering," pointing out that "Iraq has an opportunity To rise as an industrial country, with an industrial identity, and that the government is supportive of the industrial sector in this path.
     The Prime Minister stressed "the need for the industry to be far from political investment, and for partnership with the private sector to contribute to the advancement of the Iraqi industry," directing "to work to protect the local product as a means to support the private sector, and to reduce dumping of the local market with imported goods."
    Al-Sudani also directed "to review permits for industrial development, and to sponsor small and medium enterprises, as they establish major projects, and contribute to providing job opportunities."
     


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