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    300 factories turned into "iron scrap" in Diyala

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    Post by Rocky Thu 28 Mar 2024, 7:34 am

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    [size=52]300 factories turned into "iron scrap" in Diyala[/size]
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     Information / Diyala
     The head of the Federation of Trade Unions in Diyala, Thaer Al-Sultan, confirmed today, Thursday, that about 300 factories have turned into scrap iron. According to him
    , the Sultan told Al-Maalouma, “Diyala factories were producing approximately 100 items for the markets before 2003 and covering 10-13 governorates of their various products, whether they were foodstuffs, textiles, plastics, or raw materials that are used in other important industries.”
    He added, "Multiple reasons led to the closure of these factories and the transformation of their production lines into scrap iron, which led to the loss of more than 25,000 job opportunities that provided the minimum wages for workers."
    He pointed out that "reviving factories is not impossible if a road map is available with government support according to marketing paths that take into account supporting the national product and not flooding the markets with imported goods."
    Diyala includes a large number of factories, laboratories, and workshops that have succeeded for decades in pumping dozens of materials and goods to Iraqi markets. End 25

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