April 26 / April 2015
Noor News / Baghdad
Deputy Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, said that "the private sector experiences during the ten years that have passed was, unfortunately, the burden on the Iraqi state source. Most companies which have been calculated on this sector was its role is the role of mediation with international companies and therefore had no role in the reconstruction of Iraq as well as for they have not developed own cadres. "
This came during the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, discussion seminar hosted by investment Iraqi reconstruction and development center, under the title "The financial crisis and its impact on the financing of projects implemented by the private sector enterprise solutions and proposals."
Araji, according to a statement by his press office, "Noor News" received a copy of it, today, that " when looking at the history of the private sector in Iraq find it and during the past few decades was the sector quite a bit but the former regime's policies and its dependence on the public sector and neglect of this sector is important to the ruling family and interference in the work of that stage of the private sector made him a neglected sector. "
"We Today we are in a new era and everyone is supportive of this sector and the government aims to bring life to this sector and evidence of this is the government program presented by the Prime Minister, which has singled out the important points of this area and the need for participation in the building of the Iraqi state."
He stressed al-Araji that "Iraq today is going through the conditions of a critical and difficult, especially on the fiscal front, he said, adding: We have to work together very hard to overcome the financial crisis and I think it is a priority to overcome is to revive and promote the role of the private sector so we have to work to find solutions to support it."
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