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    The Ministerial Council of Economy issues decisions and recommendations for the development of Iraqi

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    The Ministerial Council of Economy issues decisions and recommendations for the development of Iraqi Empty The Ministerial Council of Economy issues decisions and recommendations for the development of Iraqi

    Post by Rocky Tue 07 Feb 2023, 5:45 am

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    The Ministerial Council of Economy discussed facilitating the work of the electricity sector, activating the single window system for the industrial sector, while issuing decisions and recommendations for the development of the Iraqi industry.
    A statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which was received by (Al-Oula News), stated that “Deputy Prime Minister of Foreign Affairs Fuad Hussein chaired, on Monday, the fifth meeting of the Ministerial Council for the Economy, in the presence of the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Planning, Ministers of Finance, Industry, Agriculture, Labor and Social Affairs, the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq and the Chairman of the Commission.” National Investment and advisors to the Prime Minister for economic and legal affairs.
    He added, “The council hosted the Minister of Electricity and the heads of the border crossings and customs authorities to discuss facilitating the work of the electricity sector by simplifying the procedures for entering materials and goods belonging to the ministries of electricity and oil in order to mobilize all efforts to support the efforts of the Ministry of Electricity to improve and increase processing and preparation hours before the upcoming summer season." The council also discussed the economic issues on its agenda and took many economic decisions regarding them.
    And between, “The Council also hosted the President of the Federation of Iraqi Industries to discuss the reality of the work of the industrial sector and took many decisions and recommendations that contribute to the development of Iraqi industry, including the recommendation to the Council of Ministers as follows: Simplifying the procedures for allocating land for industrial projects by activating the single window system in the presence of representatives of the department State real estate, municipalities and concerned departments in the General Directorate of Industrial Development, and leasing agricultural lands for industrial projects in in accordance with Industrial Investment Law No. 20 of 1998 and not according to the Law of Sale and Lease of State Funds.
    He continued, “As well as accelerating the procedures for granting environmental approvals within a time limit that does not exceed 90 days, emphasizing the activation of Cabinet Resolution No. 227 of 2020 and simplifying its implementation of procedures related to the ownership of land on which industrial projects are built, in addition to reducing the prices of fuel and black oil to oxidized asphalt plants by 35%. % less than the price of the global publication.
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