Government adviser: the private sector accounts for more than 60 percent of gross domestic product .. said the appearance of Mohammed Saleh
Twilight News / said the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, adviser to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi for the economy, the private sector accounts for more than 60 percent of gross domestic product without oil, stressing that the fact that the structure is weak Ghalib duties relating to the service side.
Said Mohammed Saleh for "Twilight News", "The private sector constitutes 33% of the GDP with oil, and 66% of GDP without oil," adding that "Tkrebh private sector is weak because he went to the service side and wasting energies."
Saleh added that "it is not difficult to advancement of the Iraqi industrial sector, the fact that Iraq has the necessary ingredients to promote, but the large number of checks and some artificial hinder the process of progress in Iraq," pointing out that "the advancement of the private sector in Iraq is not about providing money only."
The previous parliament and approved tariffs and protection of the national product and consumer protection laws, but did not apply during the last period due to lack of readiness of infrastructure at border crossing points to the application of laws.
Under the new tariff law passed by the House of Representatives to repeal the tariff code number (77) for the year 1955, and ordered the Coalition Provisional Authority (dissolved) No. (54) for the year 2004 (trade liberalization policy of 2004), and ordered coalition No. 38 Authority for the year 2003 (tax the reconstruction of Iraq, as amended).
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