2016/08/31 | 13:41
Since 31/08/2016 13:10 pm (Baghdad time)
I discussed with the Ministry of Trade and Deputy Minister of the Turkish economy, Wednesday, to facilitate the granting of Iraqi traders access to Turkish territory trait.
He said the Information Office of the Minister of Trade and agency Salman Jumaili received / balances News / copy of it, "The minister and his accompanying delegation discussed with the Deputy Minister of Economy of the Republic of Turkey and the fact that the bilateral relations in the economic, industrial, commercial and investment fields and ways of developing them to serve the interests of the two friendly countries," pointing to the "the two sides discussed to facilitate the granting of Iraqi traders access to Turkish territory trait."
The statement added, "The meeting saw a presentation and discuss the problems and obstacles related to the difficulty for traders and businessmen Iraqis visas to Turkish territory as well as the difficulty Iraqi official agencies get the data and economic and trade indicators of Turkey."
He stressed Jumaili according to the statement "the need to give the Turkish side more cooperation with the Iraqi side and provide private Turkish companies the information they expressed a desire to contract with the Iraqi government," calling on the Turkish side to "facilitate the task of entering investments, capital and companies of Turkey to the Iraqi market and take advantage of the state of improvement in fact the big security and economic attractive to invest in Iraq. "
"The Iraqi government has made good efforts in the fight against corruption and the removal of the Imam of the barriers to enter capital and investment and modification necessary to build a promising investment environment laws," reassured "the Turkish side that the Iraqi government is seeking almost hard to pay off the dues of Turkish companies doing business with Iraq despite economic conditions difficult and security faced by Iraq, particularly in the area of the war waged by confronting terrorism, ".anthy 29 / p 18
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