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Post by claud39 on Tue Jun 04, 2019 3:46 pm

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[rtl]The expert on economic affairs assured the secretary of the importance of supporting the private sector to accommodate the huge numbers of young people to engage in the jobs provided by this vital sector.[/rtl]

[rtl]He called for the revival of the private sector in all its specialties (agriculture, industry, tourism, transport and banks) and other support provided by the government to absorb all the hands of the unemployed, noting the importance of monitoring and adapting the directions within the plans The government to be supportive of the national economy and achieve financial abundance enable these private companies to compete with foreign counterparts. "[/rtl]

[rtl]Al-Amin pointed out that "the state can not absorb all the unemployed and provide them with jobs in the government apparatus, pointing out the importance of supporting the private sector through the issuance of resolutions and procedures and controls for self-employment and revitalization to be a natural incubator for the huge numbers of unemployed."[/rtl]

[rtl]"Industrial workshops and laboratories need to modernize their production lines, stable electricity and facilitate loan granting procedures, as well as government subsidies in terms of preferential prices in calculating energy prices, allowing export and setting controls on imported goods," he said.[/rtl]

[rtl]He noted that more than 200,000 workshops and private labs had been shut down for decades because of imports and government subsidies were halted as more complicated routine procedures were put in place to restart work.[/rtl]







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