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    Kurdistan markets continue to remain stagnant despite regular salaries! .. A specialist indicates th

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    Post by Rocky Tue 21 May 2024, 4:24 am

    Kurdistan markets continue to remain stagnant despite regular salaries! .. A specialist indicates the reasons - urgent
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    Baghdad today - Sulaymaniyah
    Market stagnation continues in the governorates of the Kurdistan region despite the regular disbursement of salaries to employees in the region during the past months. An economic specialist, in an interview with “Baghdad Today”, reviewed 3 reasons for this.
    Economist Farman Hussein said today, Tuesday (May 21, 2024), that “market stagnation continues in the region’s markets for a number of reasons, the most important of which is the continued fears of employees about the instability of salaries.”
    He added, "The other reason is that most employees are still in debt as a result of loans they borrowed from banks or their relatives, due to the previous financial crisis as a result of delayed payment of salaries."
    He stated that "the third reason is the lack of strong influx of tourists to the cities of the Kurdistan region, at the present time, due to the final exams for school and university students, and therefore the markets are still stagnant."
    For two months, the Ministry of Finance has been sending salaries to the Kurdistan region on a regular basis, despite some delay of only a few days, after the Federal Court’s decision that obligated Baghdad and Erbil to pay the salaries of Kurdistan employees and settle their salaries in banks, away from the political and financial agreements and differences between Baghdad and Erbil.
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