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're Planning three new sources of income to support the budget

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Post by Hkp1 on Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:56 pm

're Planning three new sources of income to support the budget

31-12-2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -
BAGHDAD - morning

Created
by the Ministry of Planning and Development Cooperation five-year
strategic plan to diversify the sources of income for the budget through
activation of the sectors of agriculture, tourism and industry to
enhance the national economy.

He said ministry spokesman Abdul Zahra
al-Hindawi's »Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network»:

The five-year
plan prepared by the ministry focused on finding substitutes for oil in
supporting the national economy through the promotion of investment and
expansion of industry and the private sector and launch strategy for the
protection of national products.

And among the search for alternatives
to oil will focus on three alternatives actor is agriculture, tourism
and industry,
announced that the economic growth rate will reach
according to plan strategy drawn by the ministry to 47 percent after it
is completed in 2014.

Was the International Monetary Fund had said
earlier that growth Iraq's economic slower than expected during the year
2010 in the general economic audit of the fund, because of the
anticipated growth in oil production.



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