Funded by the Agency for International Development
BAGHDAD - Hussein al-Tamimi Tgb - Shokran Fatlawi
Detection of the secretary-general of the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce for providing 12 000 jobs for unemployed youth for the current year through the project opportunities which have been in collaboration with the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and the Mall by the Agency for International Development, pointing to seek the agency to increase the number of incarcerated youth unemployed to work in the corporate offices of Iraqi is the need of technical expertise that prepares through this project.
The secretary general of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce Abdul Hussein blessed "morning": that the chamber aims, through this coordination to provide job opportunities for the forces able to operate after the rate of unemployment reached 50 percent according to the latest survey conducted by the Ministry of Planning, pointing out that the agency relies on Using the database of 12 headquarters based in various provinces.
Promised blessed this project service rewarding for both parties for unemployed youth and Iraqi companies that need to experience being a working according to a specific mechanism include requiring companies employ qualified workers as well as the establishment of the agency to rehabilitate young non-professionals through the open training sessions and qualifying with the requisite skills and directed towards vacancies alluding to adopt Union for this project through the creation of the offices of the merchants and businesses.
On a related noted blessed to Almndzalaguetsada achieved Union during this year by the presence of co-operation a number of friendly countries in the economic field, pointing to a conference recently attended by economic figures high level was through talking about overcoming obstacles in regards to visas for Tjaralaracaan entrants to Belarus.
The private sector
He concluded blessed Speaking definitely need to pass a law the private sector, which regulates the work of the sector, whether companies or individuals, pointing out that this would encourage investment, pointing out that the EU demanded several times the necessity of amending some important laws chock investment law as law work - corporate law and tax law are in line with the conditions of the current stage accompanied by finding a formula for cooperation between the government sectors and the private sector.
For his part, a specialist in economic affairs Ala Noori that the cooperation with international organizations help develop local expertise and supplying them with new witnessed in the field of global economic Detailed job creation and other areas, pointing out that international experiences in this field are many and achieved positive results have helped economic development effective in many countries have become influential in the international economy.
He pointed to the existence of local experiences in this area consisted of loans of small and medium enterprises which targeted different segments of the society and helped to provide many job opportunities have enabled many of the families of the establishment of small and medium productivity and service, stressing the importance of that Taatzafar efforts to work on creating an environment that helps unions and organizations to adopt methods sophisticated in guiding young people towards investment opportunities available to work in the direction you check the economic feasibility.
He stressed that the work to communicate with international organizations is important for the development of the capabilities of our organizations and Athadatna and reduce the gap between Iraq and the countries of the world in this area, where the world has witnessed great development in industry jobs.
He noted that the economic development of the desired start relying on small and medium enterprises which are managed by the energies of the young, and there is a mature international experiences can be transferred to the country and invested for the benefit of economic development.
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