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    Iraq seeks to revive trade relations with Turkey and vows to solve the problem of its dues

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    Iraq seeks to revive trade relations with Turkey and vows to solve the problem of its dues Empty Iraq seeks to revive trade relations with Turkey and vows to solve the problem of its dues

    Post by Rocky Sun 28 Aug 2016, 3:37 am

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    Iraq seeks to revive trade relations with Turkey and vows to solve the problem of its dues


     Baghdad / term 

    Detection and Iraqi Planning Minister Salman Jumaili, on Saturday, the start of the Council of Ministers to work to find a solution to theproblem of entitlements Turkish contracting with Iraqi companies, with its students tocomplete 85% of the projects entrusted to it to receive their wages in full, confirmed that Iraq seeks to revive and strengthen commercial and cultural relations with Turkey after being dropped. 
    Jumaily said, quoted by Anatolian statements seen by the "long", during his visit to the activities of Izmir international Fair , the eighty - fifth held to its in Turkey 's Izmir province , he said that " the Iraqi Council ofMinisters began work on finding a solution to the problem of wages Turkish contracting with Iraqi companies . " 
    He added Jumaili" We have decided to hand over the minimum wage for Turkish companies, amounting to50% of the receivables that could not be received by the companies due to developments in the country and will claim all the wages companies can upon completing 85% of the projects entrusted to them , "noting that" this matter Turkish companies will help to continue their work in Iraq. " Jumaili and pointed out that "our business relationship with Turkey declined for reasons of many negative developments since 2013, when themilitary Anfaqatna risen since that time with our response to regulate (Daesh) at a time when oil prices haveseen a sharp decline, all of these developments have contributed to the damage to our economy as well as our business relationship with Turkey, but we are seeking to revive our cooperation again. " 
    the works of many Turkish companies in the country , various projects with the survival of the financial dues to each owed ​​by the Iraqi government, which halted its funding because of the financial crisis, causing thediscontinuation of some of these projects until the completion of the financial allocations.
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