Sunday, 04 January 2015
Twilight news/Minister of industry and minerals, Naseer Al-isawi, said Sunday that his Ministry was in a State of decline, decline, noting that the Ministry has become a burden on the Iraqi economy.
Al-Issawi said at a press conference attended by "twilight news", "the development of industry in Iraq today live in a State of decline, decline, and this has led to the Iraqi people to the consumer on the one hand, and the State of the economy of overhead on the other".
"The State spent on Ministry until 2014 about 15 billion Iraqi dinars, without clear progress in the field of national industry", stating that "the Ministry 71 companies different company functions is unable to provide salaries for its employees."
Al-Issawi said that 60 of these companies are losing money and the city, in the flow of hard currency out of the country ", adding that" the Ministry aspires to create a genuine and effective national industry economically through the Ministry and companies both public and private sectors. "
And that "our budget for the year 2015, amounting to 110 billion Iraqi dinar is not sufficient to create a modern and sophisticated one factory," nonconformity "it requires the participation of the Arab private sector and foreign direct or through Iraqi investors who invite them to get agencies or branches of specialized companies and solid in various fields."
Al-Issawi said that "mismanagement in former Governments led to a heavy legacy of negatives with the Ministry, adding that" domestic production currently cannot meet the demands of the Iraqi market, so charging kmerkih on foreign production ".
And that "the issue of non-receipt of some of their salaries because of the lack of liquidity in the banks, has raised this matter at the meeting of the Council of Ministers."
Al-Issawi said that "Organization of some plants used daash produced, forcing employees to engage in their work," adding that "it is up to the security forces."
Revealing "changes made in the Department Inspector General, in addition to our expanding follow-up", stressing that "the Ministry will not tolerate any corruption."
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