Tomorrow's Press / Baghdad confirmed the Iraqi Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Thursday, that the neglect of the private sector by the government and the parliament would weaken the market.
The head of the Union Jaafar al-Hamdani for "tomorrow's Press," that "the private sector, much neglected in previous periods what the holidays a lot of investment projects and business, so enjoined the government and parliament to vomit attention dramatically and real private sector by encouraging investment and modify some economic laws to pay the economy forward. "
He said al-Hamdani, that "in the shadow of progress in the Iraqi market at the level of import and export and the work of international companies in Iraq requires the presence of a law regulating the work of the private sector and encourages companies and businessmen to invest in the country, it can not work privately without the presence of law protected or regulated work ".
He said that al-Hamdani, "There is a lot of laws broken wheel for investment and the economy as law firms, tax and tariff GDP," noting that "the House of Representatives on legislation of such laws and the duty of the government to apply."
He added that "in the adoption of these laws there will be an economic package that can transit to Iraq to safety."
And already demanded that the Iraqi National Business Council, last August, involving the private sector in the decisions of the ministries and economic institutions in the next government, while stressing the need to give special attention to the economic file.
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