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    Institute of Policy Development discusses tomorrow the World Bank loan for Iraq

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    Institute of Policy Development discusses tomorrow the World Bank loan for Iraq Empty Institute of Policy Development discusses tomorrow the World Bank loan for Iraq

    Post by Rocky Sat 28 May 2016, 4:19 am

    Institute of Policy Development discusses tomorrow the World Bank loan for Iraq


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    Discusses the progress of the development policies of the Institute on Saturday, the World Bank provided a loan to Iraq in the presence of a financial advisor to the Prime Minister.
    The institute said that "the Institute will hold a seminar tomorrow to discuss the World Bank loan to Iraq during which he speaks of the financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Dr. appearance of Mohammed Saleh of the loan and the economic benefits and obligations entailed by the country due to the process of borrowing."
    The statement added that "the symposium will be the participation of a group of finance and economics experts in the public and private sectors," adding that "the seminar aims to define what the loan and its benefits."
    The World Bank announced its approval of the grant Iraq a loan of $ 15 billion, little interest in order to bridge the fiscal deficit.


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