|Prime Minister Haider Abadi|
Economy News Baghdad:
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said on Tuesday that the world’s countries have begun to trust the Iraqi economy after the economic and administrative reforms that have raised its credit rating globally.
“The formation of the Higher Committee for Investment and Reconstruction has increased investment activities despite the existence of bottlenecks in some joints of the economy as a result of red tape and corruption,” Abbadi said at the weekly press conference attended by “Economy News.” He added that “the committee contributed to supporting investment and stimulating the non-oil economy.”
He pointed out that “large countries are showing daily their desire to invest in Iraq despite the war it is waging to expel gangs,” adding that “the countries of the world began to trust the Iraqi economy after the economic and administrative reforms that raised the credit rating of the country.”