Abadi confirms the World Bank’s pursuit of his government to shift towards the private sector and encourage investment


Abadi confirms the World Bank’s pursuit of his government to shift towards the private sector and encourage investment

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 10 2 / NOVEMBER 2014 06:52

Twilight News / confirmed Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said his government is proceeding with its program to rotate the wheel of the economy towards the private sector by encouraging investment in the country.

alt According to a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office responded for “Twilight News”, that Abadi received this evening (Sunday) and the World Bank delegation, which represents the main headquarters in Washington and the Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa and the IFC in the Middle East and North Africa and the Office of Iraq.

The statement added that “Abadi stressed the role of the bank hoped to achieve Mansabo him in our government program to shift towards the private sector and encourage investment movement, referring to the role of the World Bank during the last ten years in support of joint ventures with the Iraqi government and the private sector.”

The statement continued that “the Executive Director of the World Bank, Hassan Mirza readiness of the World Bank to support the development process in Iraq, and the role is expected to support Iraq in the completion of projects and encourage the private sector, and expressed confidence in the ability of the Iraqi economy to advance and overcome all the challenges due to the Iraq possessed of natural and human potential.” .

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