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    Involving and integrating the private sector into the investment map for sustainable development

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    Involving and integrating the private sector into the investment map for sustainable development Empty Involving and integrating the private sector into the investment map for sustainable development

    Post by Rocky Mon 13 May 2024, 4:59 am

    Involving and integrating the private sector into the investment map for sustainable development

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    [rtl]Within the activities carried out by the Ministry of Planning in implementation of the government curriculum and the government strategy to support and develop the sector [/rtl]
     
    [rtl]Private sector and its integration into the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals Investor Map, which was launched yesterday [/rtl]
    [rtl]It discussed in detail the main challenges facing the private sector and the main goals aimed at achieving its effective contribution to improving the investment environment.[/rtl]
     
    [rtl]While we agree on what is stated in the map, we emphasize the necessity of adding the basic pillars contained in the private sector development strategy, in particular its three time stages and four pillars, what has been achieved since its launch in 2014, and what has not been achieved.[/rtl]
     
    [rtl]It is also necessary to clarify what has been achieved from Iraq’s Vision 2030, which clearly charted the path to [/rtl]
    [rtl]Reaching a strong and developmental private sector, in addition to determining what was achieved during the implementation of previous development plans [/rtl]
    [rtl] The economic, financial and banking reform strategy contained in the government’s curriculum of the current government, and what is the real role through which the private sector must contribute with participation and government support in managing the overall economy. This requires providing a legislative environment and a stable business environment and focusing on the axes that aim to build sound premises for the transition to economic reform. This is what we all agree on, but this requires that the government and the private sector in all its fields of banking, industry, agriculture, energy, health, building, construction, tourism and services participate and cooperate in implementing the interim, medium and long-term economic reform strategy.[/rtl]
     
    [rtl] This means involving the private sector in a greater role in economic decision-making and market leadership, institutionally and legislatively, through the following: [/rtl]
      
    [rtl] 1- Contributing with the government to improving the business environment in Iraq and providing an encouraging investment climate to attract national and foreign capital.[/rtl]
    [rtl] 2- Contributing with the government in creating a new legislative environment based on Article 25 of the Permanent Constitution and strategies and laws for economic reform.[/rtl]
     
    [rtl] 3- Sustaining and activating the partnership, dialogue and cooperation between the private sector and the government by taking rapid measures to activate the Private Sector Development Council and begin its work under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister.[/rtl]
     
    [rtl] 4- Work with the government to provide additional funding sources for the state’s general budget by adopting the development and diversification of resources towards raising the proportion of resources other than oil in the gross domestic product. Activating the real economy[/rtl]
    [rtl] 5- Working to encourage the establishment and development of micro, small and medium enterprises in order to achieve comprehensive and sustainable development, including the formation of specialized institutions for this purpose and issuing a special law for the development and development of these projects and determining their economic feasibility and benefiting from the Riyada initiative launched by the Prime Minister, the National Mortgage Strategy and the Riyada Bank. Which the Central Bank is working to launch this year. [/rtl]
    [rtl]6- Activating the role of specialized banks and private banks to provide soft loans to the national private sector.[/rtl]




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