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The economist, Hammam Al-Shamaa, explained the difference between the development and fire projects and the dry canal, while determining how the path of development and serving the Iraqi economy could succeed.
Al-Shamma said in a press interview seen by Taqaddam, “The development road is a rail and land link that connects Iraq with the Turkish borders.
He pointed out, “The Silk Road is a Chinese project with unclear features, and it may not depend on Iraq, meaning that it is completely different from the path of development,” noting that “the development path, if it is based on an objective study of global monetary exchanges, can serve Iraq greatly.” .
The economist explained, "There are those who believe that the feasibility study is incomplete and carried out by a non-specialized company," adding, "This project is supposed to be handed over to international transport companies, given that there are details related to calculating costs."
And he continued his speech, saying: “When shipping containers from the Chinese port of Xiamen directly to the European port, despite the long distance, the costs may be less than the costs of sea freight and then disposal for land transportation via trains and cars.”
Al-Shamma considered: “Studying costs and the market is very important. Because the hypotheses are based on studying the market and not only on the technical side.
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