Iraq Finance Committee intends to send the Banking Act and Investment to Parliament


Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Parliamentary Finance intends to send the Banking Act and Alastosmarely Parliament

BAGHDAD – Announced the parliamentary finance committee member of Haitham al-Jubouri on Wednesday, the determination of the Commission sent the Banking Act and investment to the House of Representatives for a vote and approval.

He called on the financial and economic expert, the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, earlier, to amend the Banking Act No. 94 of 2004, in order to encourage investment and the development of the country’s economy.

He said al-Jubouri’s (IMN), “The Commission has conducted a thorough study with bank managers to set up banks and investment law, large importance in the Iraqi economy.” Noting that “the law will be sent soon to the parliament for a vote.

He added that “the Commission will accelerate the completion of the study of the laws related to work their way toward the House agenda.

It is noteworthy that a number of important laws are still locked in drawers House of Representatives, after being postponed from last session for political disagreements.

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