Lebanese company showing interest in investing in Wasit payment system on credit
It announced the governor of Wasit owner behind the valley, on Sunday, the desire of a Lebanese companies to invest in the province in accordance with the payment on credit system, and as he emphasized that the local government will do its best to provide the necessary foreign investors facilities, detect the presence of hundreds of investment opportunities in the province in various civilian sectors.
Malik said behind the valley in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The administration of the province received a delegation representing the Lebanese Oasis company, which expressed a desire to work and invest in Wasit province, according to payment on credit system," noting that "the company expressed a desire to work in the various civil sectors and according to the need that determined by the local government to ensure that projects are intending to implement world-class. "
The valley, that "the administration of the province expressed their willingness to cooperate with this company and other foreign companies intending to invest Order forward and implement projects of various related infrastructure and housing services and the rest of the other civilian sectors, in order to avoid the status of projects caused by the physical condition and procedures of fiscal austerity stopped."
He revealed the valley, for "wide roadmap for investment in Wasit province, includes hundreds of investment opportunities in various fields, notably housing, health and industry in various branches sector, in addition to investment in the agricultural sector and various infrastructure, roads and bridges projects," noting that "local government waiting for instructions and controls issued by the Council of Ministers recently adopted that aim to contract with foreign companies wishing to invest payment on credit system. "
The health and Wasit Department revealed on Sunday (November 15, 2015), that "austerity" arrested dozens of important health projects in the governorate, (180 km southeast of Baghdad), calling for the need to launch allocations because its debt amounting to eight billion dinars threatening to close its hospitals and centers and failure to provide services to citizens, while the provincial council confirmed guaranteed treating hundreds of pathological cases outside of Iraq, noting that the priority is for the wounded, the popular crowd and security forces.
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