Published on Sunday, November 23 2 / November 2014 13:24
Written by: Jawad dreams
BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister announced the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, that the government is bound to activate all economic laws adopted earlier and did not apply so far, including customs tariffs and consumer protection and the protection of the national product laws.
Saleh added for (IMN) that "there is a tendency of the government to revitalize national industry and strengthening of all aspects." He pointed out that "one of the priorities of government approach is the application and activating the economic laws."
The House of Representatives has been initiated customs tariff and the protection of the national product and consumer protection laws, but did not apply during the last stage, and disable attributed to lack of readiness of infrastructure at border crossing points to the application of laws.
Saleh pointed out that "reducing expenses that the federal government began adopting does not mean financially austere as it is to stop the waste of some unnecessary expenses."
He pointed out that "the government is seeking to reduce unproductive expenditures, which have a great many doors, and you will stop the process of unproductive expenditures significant impact in improving the Iraqi economy by reducing the size of the fiscal deficit."
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and adopted a series of reform measures to combat financial and administrative corruption in state institutions, to reduce this phenomenon, which has become a major threat to the country and its wealth is not less dangerous than terrorism.
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This sounds like a really good deal, activating all the economic laws. And from Saleh too.