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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Jul 23, 2019 11:38 pm

Economist: Governments and parties have made Iraq a banking office deliberately disrupt the national industry

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Mostafa Al Anbari   07/23/2019 - 11:27

The economic expert Saleh al-Hashemi said on Tuesday that the successive governments on the rule of Iraq made him more like a banking office only, they rely on the oil money entering the country to come out after the import of goods from different regional or global countries, noting that many parties and political blocs are working In the field of trade, which led to deliberately disrupt the national industry to continue their trade, which depends on the import of goods and facilitate entry from different countries for millions of dollars annually.

"All successive Iraqi governments after 2003, without exception, neglected the industrial sector and did not occupy the large factories owned by the Ministry of Industry, which led to the disruption of the private sector also. Iraq has become heavily dependent on imports, although the state can," Hashemi told Basnews. Provide him with the necessary raw materials. "

The economic expert stressed that "many parties and political blocs are working in the field of trade, which led to deliberately disrupt the national industry to continue their trade, which depends on the import of goods and facilitate the entry of countries from different millions of dollars a year," noting that "these policies are still deliberate Effective to this day and the government is still neglecting the local industrial sector and most of the plants and projects are parked today. "

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/economy/2017-01-26-12-23-03/535347
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