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    Iraq's factories are turning into scrap... qualified people are unemployed

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    Iraq's factories are turning into scrap... qualified people are unemployed Empty Iraq's factories are turning into scrap... qualified people are unemployed

    Post by Rocky Mon 18 Sep 2023, 4:05 am

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    [size=52]Iraq's factories are turning into scrap... qualified people are unemployed[/size]

    [size=45]After the Iraqi industry was distinguished by its quality, today the factories have become “scrap iron”, while the best workers and qualified people have become “unemployed”, according to competent authorities. On (August 26, 2023), the Parliamentary Economy and Industry Committee revealed the size of the operating and stopped factories and factories. In Iraq, it indicated that there is a government intention to eliminate “the losing ones.”[/size]
    [size=45]Committee member Ali Al-Maksusi says, “The Ministry of Industry has approximately (290) factories and factories throughout Iraq, and approximately (100) factories and factories have stopped,” indicating that “the cessation of these factories is due to several reasons, but the most prominent of them are mismanagement, corruption, and the insistence on relying on On importing and not supporting the local product, this cessation also costs millions from the Iraqi state treasury.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Maksousi stated, “The current government has a real intention to restart most of the factories and factories and activate them in a real way, especially since there are factories and factories that have been paying salaries to their employees for years without any real work or production.”[/size]
    [size=45]“scrap iron”[/size]
    [size=45]For its part, the Federation of Trade Unions confirms today, Sunday (September 17, 2023), that half of Iraq’s workers are receiving an “unemployed” grant. The head of the local Federation of Trade Unions in Diyala, Thaer Sultan, says, “Diyala, like the rest of the provinces, its workers went through very difficult and complex circumstances.” After 2003, due to security unrest, the closure of 90% of laboratories, factories, companies, and workshops, and the dismissal of thousands.”[/size]
    [size=45]Sultan points out that “half of the workers receive an unemployment grant from the state even though they have competencies and experience in manufacturing dozens of goods and merchandise,” stressing that “Diyala factories alone were producing approximately 80 goods for the markets.”[/size]
    [size=45]The head of the local Federation of Trade Unions in Diyala explains that “the bulk of the factories have turned into (iron scrap) due to their stopping for many years,” pointing out that “revitalizing industry in Diyala means providing at least 20,000 job opportunities.”[/size]
    [size=45]The Minister of Industry and Minerals, Khaled Battal, confirmed on (May 3, 2023) that one of the priorities of the government of Prime Minister, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, is to advance the industrial sector, revealing a plan to support the private sector.[/size]
    [size=45]Battal said, during the activities of the Mineral, Petrochemical, Fertilizer and Cement Investment Conference, that “the current government has set among its priorities the advancement of the industrial sector in the fields of mining, fertilizers, petrochemicals, cement and other fields to contribute to achieving the goals of the Iraqi national development plan in terms of increasing the industrial sector’s contribution to the gross domestic product and providing opportunities.” “The work and aspirations of Iraq to achieve the 2030 sustainable development goals through optimal exploitation of mineral resources and minerals.”[/size]
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