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    Economist: Iraq boycott of Turkish goods will leave a significant impact on the Turkish economy

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    Post by Rocky Wed 05 Oct 2016, 5:56 am

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    He said economic expert Abdul-Hussein al-Shammari, said Wednesday that Iraq boycott of Turkish goods will leave a significant impact on the Turkish economy.
    Al-Shammari said in an interview for "direction Press" that Iraq boycott of Turkish goods will leave a significant impact on the Turkish economy, pointing out that in the event of the closure of the Iraqi border, particularly Turkey stacked locomotives and trucks for a distance of hundreds of kilometers, considering that Iraq imports from Turkey approximately $ 12 billion annually.
    Shammari said that Iraq is a tourist resource is important for Turkey , so that there are thousands of Iraqis go for tourism in addition to the investment side in the field of real estate, noting that cutting economic ties and the boycott of Turkish goods and stop exporting oil are all factors that will increase the complexity of theTurkish economy and will make it re - review the political positions toward Iraq.
    The Iraqi head of the Basra Governorate Council Albzona morning, said last Sunday that the provincial council decided to refrain from contracting with Turkish companies in the future, for the implementation of projects in the oil sector, especially in the province.
    He Albzona, said the Basra Governorate Council voted unanimously at its weekly meeting to reject any future contracts with the private sector in the Turkish oil companies to protest the entry of Turkish troops into Iraq.
    The Council also demanded, according to Albzona, "foreign companies operating in the province to stop the conclusion of the productive and service contracts with Turkish companies in the future, especially in the oil sector, and address the government departments to refrain from sending their employees in government delegations to Turkey."
    Albzona said the Council decided that if the "continued presence of Turkish troops on the ground in Iraq, and not to its withdrawal, taking other decisions, the most important to prevent Turkish citizens from entering the Basra International Airport, and prevent the circulation of Turkish goods in the province."
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    [size=30]Economist: restrict economic activity with Turkey is a pressure card to withdraw troops from Iraq[/size]
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    [rtl]Durgham competent economic affairs Mohammed Ali called on the Iraqi government to invite companies to cut travel tours to Turkey, noting that restrict economic activity with Turkey the most powerful leverage to force it to withdraw its troops from Iraqi soil.[/rtl]
    [rtl]He said in a statement that "government pressure measures can be imposed on Turkey to change its stance toward Iraq, stressing that it is possible to instruct the Commerce Department to restrict the granting of import from Turkey licenses except in the case of essential commodities and the ruling reduced remittances by Iraqi banks and the central bank to Turkey of the minimum" .[/rtl]
    [rtl]He noted that "restrict trade and tourist traffic would harm the Turkish economy billions of dollars without affecting the Iraqi economy but on the contrary, it will reduce the volume of imports and the drain of foreign currency."[/rtl]
    [rtl]He continued, "This method is the most powerful leverage over Turkey that Iraq is considered a promising market for investment and trade."[/rtl]
     

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     Economist: Iraq boycott of Turkish goods will leave a significant impact on the Turkish economy Empty Deputy for the law requires to stop the work of Turkish companies and boycott its goods in Iraq

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    [size=30]Deputy for the law requires to stop the work of Turkish companies and boycott its goods in Iraq[/size]
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    [rtl]MP for the rule of law Jassim Mohammed Jaafar called on Wednesday to stop the work of Turkish companies operating in Iraq, noting that "Turkey reap millions of companies operating in Iraq, in addition to goods entering Iraq constantly, stressing that" all these issues will negatively affect the Turkish economy and lose it was much sums reaped from Iraq.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Jaafar said in an interview for "direction Press" between that, the Iraqi Council of Representatives issued by the session yesterday was very realistic about calling the Turkish ambassador and considered by Turkish troops stationed in northern Iraq, the decisions of hostile forces, and must be dealt with according to international law.[/rtl]
    [rtl]He added that "Turkey has lost much due to the wrong policies in Iraq, pointing out that" Turkey has lost $ 13 billion in 2010 to $ 8 billion in 2015, saying that "if applied to the House of Representatives decisions by the Foreign Affairs and Trade yacht, will drop those exports to Iraq even up to two billion dollars and it includes all provinces of the region.[/rtl]
    [rtl]He noted that "the Iraqi government initiated since the bum yesterday Btbaiq some of those decisions, and will be a lot of pressure on Turkey with the presence of its troops in Iraq, adding that" Turkey is dependent class basis on doing business in the economy and prevent commercial firms and the District of goods Turkey would negatively affect its status The economic leverage to withdraw its troops from Iraq.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs decided today, Wednesday, call the Turkish ambassador to Baghdad, against the backdrop of Turkey's remarks "provocative" on the battle to liberate Mosul.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The Turkish Foreign Ministry responded similarly summoned the Iraqi ambassador in Ankara[/rtl]
    [rtl]The Iraqi Council of Representatives yesterday voted to reject the decision of the Turkish parliament to extend the survival of Turkish forces into Iraqi territory (in the northern city of Mosul) The Iraqi government called for consideration of these "occupied and hostile" forces while taking mutatis to deal with them and taking them out of the Iraqi territory if it does not respond to the demands of Iraqi with the demand from the competent judicial authorities by moving the litigation to hold accountable the claimants to enter the Turkish troops and launch support statements and justifying their existence. "[/rtl]
    [rtl]He also condemned the House of Representatives rejected the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks and finds that it raises the divide between the components of the Iraqi people. "[/rtl]
    [rtl]She Turkish Foreign Ministry rejected the decision of the Iraqi parliament also strongly condemned the charges against Erdogan, describing it as "unacceptable."[/rtl]
    [rtl]For his part, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, told a news conference yesterday that "time is running out and driving the Turkish Atstoab case with," and expressed "concern that the" Turkish adventure turns into a regional confrontation, "calling on the Turkish government to" non-interference in Iraqi affairs, "rejecting any "the presence of foreign troops on Iraqi territory," noting that "the presence of Turkish troops on Iraqi territory to attack Iraq's sovereignty."[/rtl]
     
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