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Post by glasshalffull on Thu Oct 18, 2012 6:35 am

Central Bank: Iraq's economic situation globally accepted
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BAGHDAD - babysit - Description of the Central Bank economic situation in Iraq as a universally accepted, compared to what was going through the economies of the countries of the Arab Spring.


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The deputy governor said Bank the appearance of Mohammed Saleh in a press statement that "this afternoon, through the participation of Iraq in the annual General Conference of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, which discussed the situation in Iraq economically compared to other countries of the Arab Spring."

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He noted that "the global economic growth is not enough to create jobs, especially in the Arab countries that have experienced political events. While Iraq represents an equilibrium point there is a country deficit as countries Arab Spring, nor is it a country of surplus countries, as states the Gulf."

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He said: "The IMF and the World Bank called for Iraq to achieve development through the exploitation of the economic situation on the European continent by bringing in foreign companies, stressing the need to excel will economic political will."

The work of the Assembly's annual International Monetary Fund and the World Bank launched last Friday in Tokyo with the participation of the Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde and World Bank President Jim Yong, in addition to 188 central banks globally and finance ministers of 180 countries ... p / i

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