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Decrease in the number of deposit funds in Iraq by 5.7%

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Decrease in the number of deposit funds in Iraq by 5.7%

Post by claud39 on Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:21 am


Decrease in the number of deposit funds in Iraq by 5.7%


Economy News _ Baghdad

The Ministry of Planning announced Tuesday a decline in the number of savings funds in Iraq by 5.7% from last year.
The Central Bureau of Statistics of the Ministry in a report, which was seen by "Economy News", "The number of deposit funds in Iraq amounted to 160 thousand depositors in 2017 compared to 173 thousand depositors in 2016, a decrease of 5.7%."
"The number of telephone service offices in Iraq reached 198 offices in 2017, of which 57 are in Baghdad and 141 are distributed across the rest of the provinces," the agency said.
"The number of postal offices reached 279 post offices in 2017 compared to 295 post offices in 2016, a decline of 4.5%," the agency said.
"The number of mobile Internet service lines for companies operating in Iraq reached 2.19 million lines, while the wireless Internet service of companies operating in Iraq reached 1.185 thousand lines for the year 2017," the agency said.

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