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The Central Bank revealed the financing of nearly 12,000 projects as part of its lending initiatives, indicating that these projects provided more than 60,000 job opportunities in various specializations.
The Director General of Banking Control at the Bank, Kisma Saleh Ali, said in a statement reported by Al-Sabah newspaper, seen by Al-Maaloumah, that “the Central Bank is serious about continuing its support for the banking sector in particular and the national economy in general,” stressing work to install effective infrastructure for a solid financial sector that rises to Global in performance and able to support economic operations in all sectors.
She added, "The Central Bank is supportive of government directives aimed at moving towards electronic governance, and this has affected the development of performance in all institutions without exception and undermined many challenges that confuse development trends," noting "the Central Bank's support for the private sector in its efforts aimed at reviving the national economy." Especially through small and medium-sized projects and the easy financing provided for this type of important projects in reviving the economy.
And she continued, "The Central Bank's initiatives have funded nearly 12,000 projects, 38 large projects, and in total have provided more than 60,000 job opportunities in various specialties," noting that "the Central Bank realizes the importance of Iraq moving in a manner that parallels global trends in the field of climate change and the transition to clean energy." He worked on launching the Clean Energy Initiative, which aims to support renewable energy projects.
In her turn, Suha Al-Kafai, Managing Director of the International Islamic Bank, confirmed that "the ambition is great and serious in order to achieve the goals that reach the bank to the world in terms of presence and performance, in order to provide greater services to the national economy, especially since the banking system represents a cornerstone of the development process sought by Iraq."
Al-Kafaei affirmed, "The bank has reached advanced stages in the field of electronic payment, which is consistent with the Central Bank's directives to shift to electronic dealing and leave cash," pointing out that "the bank is one of the leaders of change and new knowledge, and believes in providing solutions that are commensurate with Islamic law and working in a team spirit in the form which serves the national economy.” End 25
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