Minister of Planning / Minister of Trade Salman Jumaili said that the next stage (the post-liberation stage and the end of Isis in Iraq) will witness broad economic and investment trends within the framework of the reconstruction and development of the liberated areas through focusing on the development of the private sector and the business environment.
This came during the participation of Jumaili in the work of the Conference on Investment, Trade and Reconstruction in Iraq, organized by the Iraqi Embassy in London in cooperation with the British Chamber of Commerce and Industry – British this week with the broad participation of Iraqi businessmen and British companies.
During the conference, Al-Jumaili reviewed Iraq’s vision for the next phase, and related to investment, reconstruction and the business and trade environment for the post-liberation period, pointing out that the Ministry of Planning and in cooperation with national and international partners have identified development paths that are consistent with the global trends to achieve the goals of sustainable development until 2030. Leapfrog to prepare a five-year national development plan (2018-2022)
Al-Jumaili added that the ministry prepared a detailed plan for the reconstruction of the liberated areas for the period 2017-2027 based on the economic and social recovery of these areas by focusing on the vulnerable groups, empowering the youth and enhancing their basic abilities, And to invest them as development opportunities to bring about the best changes and results. He pointed out that the reconstruction plan will be linked to the next two national development plans (2018-2022) and the second (2023-2027) to ensure their implementation and provide the necessary funds to complete infrastructure projects. S economic, human and social development.
The statement added that the Minister of Planning spoke during the conference about the economic trends towards enhancing public-private partnership and partnership with foreign parties and government plans to settle government contracts and invest and attract internal and external capital