Thursday 25-06-2015 | 5:36:04
Twilight News / terrace and Planning Minister Salman Jumaili business meeting on Thursday, the first working group for the implementation of private sector development strategy in Iraq.
He Jumaili, according to a statement of his ministry responded to the Twilight News "indispensability a base incorrect information in order to enable us to reach to achieve the desired goals."
He noted that the Central Bureau of Statistics (NBS) will be very helpful and will put all of his experience and the potential for the implementation of this vital survey, which represents the first and right step on the road to the adoption of private sector development strategy and enable it to fulfill its role of development required.
Jumaili He pointed out that much of the government program focused on private sector development and the need to translate this to the attention and actions of figures.
He said the figures reflected positive about the implementation of this survey, which is one of the significant achievements carried out by the Ministry of Planning, or those that are being implemented.
Jumaili stressed that "the Ministry of Planning and formations in all its departments and their staff will be well suited for the success of this project because we believe that development without the presence of private sector development will not be correct."
He called on the working group to make all of its potential for the success of this important project was discussed during the meeting the data provided by the Central Bureau of Statistics relating to the industrial sector and the distribution of tasks and to clarify the important role of entities that represent and involve the private sector in the collection of data and give the Ministry of Planning and the desired role in the process of raising the level of community outreach and to clarify the role of the private sector in the development process through the website of the Ministry and the media.
And it includes the first working group for the implementation of private sector development, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning and Technical Affairs and a representative of UNDP Lamm and Chairman of the Central Bureau of Statistics and representatives from the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the advisers and the Ministry of Industry and Commerce and the Federation of Chambers of Commerce strategy.
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