Monday, December 29 1 / December 2014
[Baghdad - where]
MP for the National Alliance, Abdul Salam al-Maliki, said Iraq is suffering from economic paralysis as a result of the demise of the agricultural and industrial sectors, referring to the inability to rely on a single economic source, which is oil.
He said al-Maliki told all of Iraq [where] that "more than 15,000 thousand plant in the private sector stalled, due to open the Iraqi market for the products of poor with low-lying origins that made the Iraqi market to attract the center of these origins, prompting owners of crafts and factories to stop production and work."
Maliki said that "the agricultural and industrial sectors need to activate because they Mtaleghan the country's economic movement," pointing to "the lack of government support for the owners of the professional trades, particularly in the agricultural and industrial sectors, making the workers in these sectors are fleeing into the city and uploaded burden else."
Maliki called on the government to "set controls for agricultural work, particularly through the provision of modern mechanization, and the provision of loans and all needs to integrate agricultural work in accordance with the current phase requirements," stressing that "the reduction of import outlets in order to urge the local product contender for the imported product," and urged the government to " financial support to rotate the movement of labor. "
Iraq relies on an economic one port, is oil, note that the country is enjoying the riches of the huge, especially in the agricultural and industrial areas, but the negligence of the government side over the past years, made a lot of professional crafts out of work for the absence of government support.
He demanded a lot of economists and specialists to expand the Iraqi economy outlets, through the agricultural and industrial investment and activation of tourism in both civil and religious, in order to face the financial crisis experienced by the country .anthy
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