Brother - Baghdad
Announced Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Thursday, announced the launch of a strategy for the development of the private sector within the government curriculum, noting that the government is committed to working under the auspices of the state, in what was considered that Iraq will be vulnerable to international fluctuations if it continues its dependence on oil.
Ebadi said in a speech during the launch strategy for private sector development conference in Baghdad that "the private sector development strategy includes a number of points for the development of the private sector," he said, adding, "The private sector plays an important role in economic life."
"The launch of this initiative confirms the government's determination to support the economy to do everything it can to support this sector," pointing out that "one of the points of this strategy is the restructuring of state-owned public companies that we want to have you be more efficient."
Abadi said that "There is no intention of government layoffs in these companies at all and is committed to their care," stressing the need for "the development of these companies and re-structure in order to continue to support the workers and Asnadehm and receive salaries commensurate with their efforts."
Abadi and that "the legitimate right to demonstrate, but we do not want to close the streets," he said, adding "the importance of patience and continue to work to avoid disrupting the economy."
Abadi stressed "the need for a system of legal amendments and asked a number of consultants and international organizations working in the amendments to the laws of the private sector."
And on lower oil prices, the prime minister warned that "dependence on oil will make us vulnerable to international fluctuations", calling for "the importance of the national income is dependent on substantially the private sector in the context of low oil prices."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi revealed (February 7, 2015) that he will announce next week a new initiative aimed at strengthening the Iraqi economy through the support of the private sector, pointing to the allocation of funds in the federal budget to repair the devastation caused by "Daash" a number of cities in Iraq.
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