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    Workers Union: Closing factories created an army of unemployed people in Diyala

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    Post by Rocky Sun 17 Sep 2023, 6:47 am

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    Information / Diyala..
     The Federation of Trade Unions in Diyala confirmed on Sunday that the closure of factories created an army of unemployed people numbering 20,000.
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    The head of the union in Diyala, Thaer Sultan, said in an interview with Al-Ma’louma, “90% of the main laboratories and factories in Diyala have closed their doors over the past years for multiple reasons, most notably the lack of a strategy to support national production and the import chaos.”
    He added, "The closure of Diyala's factories created an army of unemployed people numbering 20,000, noting that "the factories had been providing 70-90 different commodities to Iraqi markets over many decades."
    He pointed out that "most of the factories turned into scrap iron after stopping for years without any maintenance," pointing out that "it is not possible to build a real economy without a strong industry capable of providing the largest part of the markets' requirements directly."
    Diyala went through difficult circumstances due to the security unrest that affected the work and activity of laboratories and production factories. Ended 25 F
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