Follow-up - and babysit - called on the Ministry of Finance delegation during his talks with a number of the IMF's International Monetary and Financial Institutions (IMF), to reduce prices imposed on investment projects, so as to assist in private sector development.
According to a ministry statement on Monday, the agency received reports of public opinion (and babysit), a copy of "The minister, Hoshyar Zebari, and the delegation of the Ministry held yesterday, technical meetings with the Multilateral Investment Guarantee institutions parties (MIGA) of the Fund."
He added, "Zebari said during a meeting with the Executive President and Vice President Kil Ko Honda, and FAO experts, the importance of the institution of the guarantees for future projects in Iraq and lower prices imposed on investment projects in Iraq to help it develop and encourage the private sector."
The statement said that "the delegation later held a meeting with the Executive Director and Vice President of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), which provides support for private investors to complete their projects in the country."
He noted that "Zebari students visited a number of the institution's staff in Iraq, and support for Iraq to organize religious tourism operation in the field of infrastructure and facilities, religious visits". Q, Q
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