Long-Presse / Baghdad
Announced the Minister of Commerce Mlas Mohammed Abdul Karim, on Sunday, for the adoption of a strategy to support the private sector and its role in the economic process, and while stressing a partnership between the Iraqi private sector and the countries of the world, pointed out that the ministry is working to facilitate business and the work of investors and attract discreet Arab companies.
Said Mlas Mohammed Abdul Karim in a statement received (range Press), a copy of it, that "the ministry has adopted a strategy to support the private sector through attracting various organizations and the private sector from unions and chambers of centers and links and containment in the framework of the Commission to support the private sector", stressing that it is also working on "Development of the private sector's exports through its participation in all economic processes such as exhibitions, conferences and seminars that are held inside and outside Iraq in coordination with the concerned authorities in the ministry."
Abdul Karim said, "The ministry program includes a partnership between the Iraqi private sector and his counterparts in the countries of the world through their media international companies wishing to cooperate with him and facilitate all the procedures."
He said Abdul Karim, that "the ministry is working to promote Iraqi products and the use of electronic mechanisms," pointing to "activate the support and services that facilitate businessmen and investors, encouraging and attracting sober Arab companies wishing to invest work."
The Iraqi Ministry of Commerce announced, in (January 17, 2014), there is a noticeable activity for the reopening of the offices of investment firms in Iraq, and with Iraq and described as "an attractive environment" for investment in the world, despite the security and political conditions.
The Iraqi government decided in (the twentieth of July 2013), exemption of domestic and foreign investment companies from fees and customs for a period of five years, in a move aimed at boosting economic growth, and attract companies to invest in the country, to be the study of the extension of the exemption order for ten additional years .
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