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World Bank for "Economy News": We spent $ 750 million to reconstruct liberated areas

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World Bank for "Economy News": We spent $ 750 million to reconstruct liberated areas

Post by claud39 on Thu Dec 20, 2018 7:32 am


 World Bank for "Economy News": We spent $ 750 million to reconstruct liberated areas


Economy News Baghdad

The World Bank disclosed Thursday that it has spent $ 750 million in its efforts to rebuild the liberated areas of Da'ash, noting that the private sector in Iraq has a promising future.
The World Bank Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa, Farid Belhadj, said in an interview with "Economy News" that the World Bank since 2014 has many projects in the areas that were under the control of the «Daash», "pointing out that the total amount spent Reconstruction projects for liberated areas amounted to $ 750 million.
"The private sector in Iraq is vital and has a promising future," he said.
Belhadj said that every economy based on the private sector, which highlights the importance of interest in the banking sector, which Iraq must do.

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