[size=36]Baghdad.. establishing a forum for banking and commercial services for merchants and businessmen[/size]
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The Federation of Chambers of Commerce held a forum and exhibition of banking and commercial services for merchants and businessmen, with the participation of the Central Bank, the Parliamentary Finance Committee, the Parliamentary Investment Committee, the advisor to the Prime Minister and representatives of the Chambers of Commerce.
The head of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Abd al-Razzaq al-Zuhairi, said in his speech that the forum will last for three days, with the participation of all effective institutions in this file, namely the Central Bank, the Association of Private Banks, the specialized parliamentary committees, in addition to taxes and the companies registrar, with the aim of facilitating tasks for traders and importers.
He added that the current days are fertile for the private sector, and there are facilities by all institutions to solve the problems facing the commercial sector.
While the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ammar Hamad, said, "The Central Bank is continuing the process of reforming the Iraqi banking system, and we are currently focusing on the process of financing electronic commerce and publishing electronic payment tools." He added, "The Central Bank has worked on facilities for financing merchants and external transfer of trade, and there is a clear
On the other hand, a discussion session was organized at the forum that included the Chairman of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Atwan Al-Atwani, the Chairman of the Parliamentary Investment Committee, Hassan Al-Khafaji, the Director General of Banking at the Central Bank, Kisma Saleh, and the Director General of the Investments Department at the Central Bank, Mazen Sabah, and it was moderated by the Director Ali Tariq, Executive Director of the Association of Private Banks,
and the session focused on the problems of merchants, the requirements for opening a bank account, the mechanisms of external transfer and trade financing through the direct meeting between banks, merchants and businessmen.