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Today, Sunday, Advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, stated that there are plans to increase the gross domestic product to 53% by the end of the current decade within the framework of activating the protection of the local product and guaranteeing the rights of consumers.
Saleh said in a press interview seen by “Takadum”: “The Business Council in its new proposed form (which has a majority of market makers) affects enabling it to present its recommendations directly to the executive authority for approval, in a manner that contributes to the renaissance of the private sector and the development of its policies aimed at diversifying the gross domestic product from 37% currently to reach at the end of the current decade, and according to the national strategy for the advancement of the private sector, to about 53%, within the scope of activating the protection of the local product, ensuring the rights of consumers, supporting the wheel of diversified investment for the national economy, and building a customs system sober.”
And he added: “This means giving a role to the private sector independently in drawing up its policies, and it itself guarantees the development of the work of market institutions in all their forms and with effective government support.
He continued, "The new private sector policies must be consistent with the decisions of the Business Council, with the comprehensive economic development policy of our country as a single unit to achieve the social market system."
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