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    Mithal al-Alusi: the central bank is unable to find solutions to the financial crisis and put al-Ma

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    Post by Rocky Sat 16 Jan 2016, 9:52 am

    [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] Mithal al-Alusi: the central bank is unable to find solutions to the financial crisis and put al-Maliki, a blind man in the midst of cars!
     On: Saturday 01/16/2016 12:12

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    According to a member of the Iraqi parliament, Mithal al-Alusi, said on Saturday that embarrassing financial crisis has lead the country towards the swamp, stressing that al-Maliki made ​​a mistake a lot when commissioned on the Keywords management of the Central Bank of Iraq. 
    He said Alusi that the central bank is still unable to find financial solutions to the crisis because of weak Economic Vision director on the Keywords. 
    I added that al-Maliki put a blind man and asked him to cross a busy road car. 
    He continued: that oil exports are now the most important part of the Iraqi economy; accounting for about half of the GDP of the country and 90 & # 1642; Of government revenues. Due to the country's dependence on oil; investors interested in the situation of the industry. Today, there is a difference in these circumstances.

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