The Financial Advisor to the Prime Minister, Dr. Mazhar Mohammed Saleh, said on Sunday that the vision of Iraq 2030 is working to increase the contribution of the private sector to GDP to 57%, adding that Iraq will be in 2030 model of the state of institutions generating socio-economic well-being.
Saleh said that “the strategic indicators for the vision of Iraq 2030 is to increase the contribution of the private sector in the components of GDP to rise from the current rates of about 37% to become in 2030 about 54-57% in the composition of components of GDP,” noting that “the sector Will take the lead in leading the national economy under the concept of a national humanistic ideology that includes justice in the distribution of income and wealth and the promotion of competitive production guaranteeing efficiency.
He added that “the state will play the role of partner, regulator and sergeant through the development of legal infrastructure that requires the issuance of laws, regulations and regulations that safeguard the rights to sustainable development and economic stability and maintain levels of comprehensive use of labor force and resources and natural resources and prevent speculation and address the monopoly.”
He pointed out that “the provision of a system of protection and social security represented by a unified pension fund for all Iraqis to work in the private sector in addition to workers in the state provided the development of labor market institutions as well as the disappearance of illegal market manifestations or gray markets.”
He pointed out that “in 2030, Iraq will be a model for the state of institutions that generate economic and social well-being for combating corruption and rooting out its roots and methods through continuing to implement the principles of reform and its methodology which was outlined in August of 2015. It is the country that encourages employment and production opportunities while guaranteeing the right to live. Happily for all “.
On Friday July 14, 2017, the head of the Office of the Prime Minister, Nawfal Abu Al-Shun al-Hassan, announced that Iraq will present in the coming autumn the vision of “Iraq 2030” to develop its economy in cooperation with international and local expertise.