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    How can Iraq benefit economically from the Gulf 25?.. An expert answers

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    How can Iraq benefit economically from the Gulf 25?.. An expert answers Empty How can Iraq benefit economically from the Gulf 25?.. An expert answers

    Post by Rocky Mon 09 Jan 2023, 5:03 am

    How can Iraq benefit economically from the Gulf 25?.. An expert answers

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    Economy News-Baghdad
    Economic expert Nabil Al-Marsoumi considered, on Monday, that the Gulf Championship is an economic opportunity for Iraq, indicating that the Gulf countries have large capitals that can be invested in the country.
    Al-Marsoumi told "Al-Eqtisad News" that "the championship opened new relations between Iraq and the Gulf countries, and it represents a strong starting point for the Iraqi-Gulf rapprochement," noting that "its effects are not limited to the sports side only, but also have very important economic effects."
    He added, "About 34,000 Gulf nationals entered Iraq, which encouraged local demand and became a large supply of foreign currencies, and the tourism, hotel, restaurant, transport and market sectors were active, and therefore the championship created great opportunities that could be invested away from direct revenues that contribute to stimulating the Iraqi economy."
    He pointed out that "the tournament could have been better invested if the government had organized commercial exhibitions to promote Iraqi heritage industries and local popular dishes," noting that "the tournament represents a great promotion of the trade and investment movement between Iraq and the Gulf, and the government was supposed to invite Gulf businessmen to work a kind." From the partnership between the Gulf and Iraqi private sectors, and then attracting Gulf capital and opening new trade and investment partnerships between Iraq and the Gulf countries.
    He pointed out that "the Gulf countries have a large surplus in capital, and Iraq can attract it to the country through such activities, because the tournament gave an impression of Iraq's security and political stability and could provide protection for foreign capital."
     


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