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    Advisor to the Prime Minister: Consumer loans drain the country's wealth

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    Baghdad - Mawazine News
    The Prime Minister's Advisor for Economic Affairs, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, classified, on Thursday, the loans provided by banks into two types.

    Saleh said, "The loans provided by banks, which are called bank cash credit, are classified into two types. The first includes disbursement of the loan on real investment in the fields of production and generates what is called the investment accelerator in the growth of national income by activating the cycle of demand for factors of production, especially the labor force." capital and related production supplies.

    "This will contribute to increasing the annual real economic growth and maximizing the added value in the national economy as a whole, whether in the areas of agricultural activity, digital services, industry, building and construction, and others," Saleh added, in an interview with the official news agency, followed by Mawazine News.

    And he continued, "There are loans of a consumer nature that stimulate the demand for consumer goods and services," explaining that "the problem of loans related to consumer spending, if it is not linked to the local production of goods and services and leads to activating the derived demand for factors of production through growth, then it will fuel the derived demand as a result of Expenditure resulting from consumer loans in spending on goods and services of foreign or imported origin.

    He stressed that "this is what makes this type of loan of a consumer nature that drains the country's wealth and strengthens growth in other countries," calling on the banking system to "grant credit or loans to the truly invested and productive forces in the national economy, and at rates that exceed lending for consumption purposes, especially in Our country's current consumption spending on imported goods and services is very widespread.
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    Post by rocky Thu 02 Mar 2023, 4:36 am

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    Today, Thursday, the advisor to the Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, classified loans provided by banks into two types, and while he indicated that one of them drains the country's wealth, he recommended granting loans to the productive forces.
    In his statement (March 2, 2023), Saleh said, “The loans provided by banks, which are called bank cash credit, are classified into two types. factors of production, particularly labor force, capital, and related production supplies.
    He added, "This will contribute to increasing the annual real economic growth and maximizing the added value in the national economy as a whole, whether in the fields of agricultural activity, digital services, industry, building and construction, and others."
    And he continued, “There are loans of a consumer nature that stimulate the demand for consumer goods and services,” explaining that “the problem of loans related to consumer spending, if it is not linked to the local production of goods and services and leads to activating the derived demand for factors of production through growth, then it will fuel the derived demand as a result of Expenditure resulting from consumer loans in spending on goods and services of foreign or imported origin.
    He stressed that “this is what makes this type of loan of a consumer nature that depletes the country’s wealth and strengthens growth in other countries,” calling on “the banking system to grant credit or loans to the truly invested and productive forces in the national economy, and at rates that exceed lending for consumption purposes, especially in a situation Our current country depends on its consumer spending on imported goods and services on a very large scale.
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    Today, Thursday, the advisor to the Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, classified loans provided by banks into two types, and while he indicated that one of them drains the country's wealth, he recommended granting loans to the productive forces.
    Saleh said, according to the official agency, that “loans provided by banks, which are called bank cash credit, are classified into two types. Especially labor force, capital and related production supplies.
    He added, "This will contribute to increasing the annual real economic growth and maximizing the added value in the national economy as a whole, whether in the fields of agricultural activity, digital services, industry, building and construction, and others."


    And he continued, “There are loans of a consumer nature that stimulate the demand for consumer goods and services,” explaining that “the problem of loans related to consumer spending, if it is not linked to the local production of goods and services and leads to activating the derived demand for factors of production through growth, then it will fuel the derived demand as a result of Expenditure resulting from consumer loans in spending on goods and services of foreign or imported origin.
    He stressed that “this is what makes this type of loan of a consumer nature that depletes the country’s wealth and strengthens growth in other countries,” calling on “the banking system to grant credit or loans to the truly invested and productive forces in the national economy, and at rates that exceed lending for consumption purposes, especially in a situation Our current country depends on its consumer spending on imported goods and services on a very large scale.
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