Neighboring countries share the crises with Iraq and threaten the economy
Stressed the Center for Market Research and Consumer Protection, Sunday, that the economic crisis to neighboring countries impacted negatively on the national economy even though it should be taken advantage of like what was Iraq's neighboring countries to benefit from its time of the imposition of sanctions, noting that neighboring countries share the crises with Iraq.
Iraq desperately needs the money for the advancement of its economy devastated, particularly the national laboratories and factories, which suffered looting and plundering and wide in the wake of the fall of the former regime.
Iraqi officials are trying to restore national production, but their attempts often collide allocations, bureaucracy, administrative and financial corruption in many government institutions.
The adviser said the Center for Market Research and Consumer Protection, Dr. Salem Al-Bayati said in a statement reported for "Twilight News" that "the crises in both Iran and Syria, is supposed to be in favor of Iraq, and its economy through to Iraq to export to those countries and access to hard currency, including but which the opposite has happened because our national economy is fragile and weak. "
And sink the neighboring countries, including Iran, Turkey, Syria Iraqi market by different kinds of goods as well as vegetables, despite the fact that Iraq's territorial fertile for farming.
Al-Bayati said, "We do not have an effective economic policy and a strong international re-read the other crises and improve utilization."
Neighboring countries and was able to pump a lot of products to Iraq in the last century Tsaininat after exposure to an international package of sanctions following its invasion of Kuwait.
And Iran and Syria is witnessing a package of international sanctions, which looks a lot of economic experts to exploit the Iraqis by acting similarly to export Iraqi products to those two countries.
Bayati said, "when the sanctions and crises in neighboring countries should be eligible to Iraq of those crises, such as what was Iraq's neighboring countries to benefit at the time the sanctions upon which was the source for the development of those countries as they become outlets for the supply as it was in Syria and Jordan."
He noted that "Iraq is unable to supply products to neighboring countries and the exploitation of crisis because it does not have the agriculture and industry but more than that is open to those countries, which allows them to share the crisis with Iraq."
The al-Bayati said "the lack of productive capacity of the Iraqi economy remains one-sided and dependent on oil sales is not any production."
Iraq relies mainly on oil imports at a time when agriculture and industry declined because of imported goods flooding the market.
And Iraq was exporting some products before international isolation, such as dates and some leather, Tobacco, canned food, as well as prescription drugs and other products and Aaveh along with oil.
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