Alsumaria News / Dhi Qar
Confirmed to the parliamentary health committee member Abd al-Hadi al-Saadawi, on Tuesday, that the civil law of health institutions will provide substantial financial loans to local investors in the health sector, as pointed out that the committee is working to uphold the law and submit it to Parliament for a second reading. He said al-Saadawi said in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of it, "the civil health institutions law allowed the government to banks to grant financial loans to local investors in the health sector of up to 30% of the total cost of the project the port in the capital Baghdad, while raising the loan ceiling to other governorates for up to 70 %, "explaining that" the law will provide substantial financial loans to local investors in the health sector and give them free plots of land for the establishment of investment projects. "
He Saadawi, that "the loan for up to 15 years with a grace period for payment for the first three years," he said, adding that "the law permits investors to contract with foreign doctors by 60% to work in the health of their sectors and 40% intermediate cadres and 20% of the staff of the services that occupy the remaining percentages Iraqi cadres thus providing an opportunity to make big capital for the establishment of hospitals, health centers and analytical laboratories. "
And between El Saadawi, the "Committee for Health and Environment connects the parliamentary working with health departments to uphold the law and submit it to Parliament for a second reading."
The House of Representatives has for the 31 Minutes, on Monday (April 20, 2015), the second reading of the bill the establishment of private health institutions, the federal law.
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