Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq: expect economic movement in the next stage


 

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The governor of the Central Bank, Ali al-Alak, expected on Thursday, the occurrence of economic movement throughout Iraq in the coming days after the liberation of security forces in the city of Mosul from the organization of Daed.
“Iraq is going to be able to attract foreign investments because of the stability of the security situation and increase the number of investment opportunities,” he said.
He added that “foreign investment will not be achieved only by the existence of an efficient banking sector able to absorb this role and interact with him and be a supporter and financier and facilitator of these operations,” explaining that “the central bank now is pushing banks to prepare for advanced roles until the development of its programs and systems so that you can Support investments in the country “.

 

http://en.economiciraq.com/2017/07/20/governor-of-the-central-bank-of-iraq-expect-economic-movement-in-the-next-stage/

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