Minister of Finance: The government is seeking to diversify sources of income and not rely solely on oil


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Economy News _ Baghdad

Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Finance Fouad Hussein, on Tuesday, the government’s tendency to adopt a decentralized administration, reform the banking system, rebuild the Iraqi economy and diversify sources of income and not rely on oil as the main source of income.
“Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Finance Fuad Hussein received today in his office the head of the US Agency for International Development Mission in Baghdad Dina Mansouri and the accompanying delegation to discuss the development of the economic situation in the country. “He said.
“There is a tendency from the government to adopt a decentralized administration, reform the banking system, rebuild the Iraqi economy, diversify sources of income and not rely on oil as a major source of income, especially with the global market witnessing fluctuations in its prices,” Hussein said. Alternative income “.
“Iraq looks forward to building strong relations with the international community and governments and international organizations to benefit from the expertise, knowledge and technology to build a prosperous and prosperous Iraq,” he said.
For her part, Mansouri stressed that “the mission team is fully prepared to cooperate with the Iraqi government and provide their services in training and development, especially those working in the economic sector and the Ministry of Finance, in addition to all projects of training and follow-up and consultation falls within the program” Takamul “adopted by the US Agency for International Development” .

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