Abdul-Mahdi confirms to Iraqi businessmen support for the participation of the private sector in all fields


 

Wednesday, February 13th
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Wednesday assured Iraqi businessmen and investors of his support for the private sector’s participation in all fields, pointing out that it is wrong to consider this sector attached to the state.

The press office of Abdul-Mahdi, in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it, the latter “received today, a large delegation of investors and Iraqi businessmen,” noting that “discussed with them support the contribution of the private sector to expand economic activity and state building, and challenges facing their work and ways Remove them “.

“We are aware of the work of the private sector and the challenges it faces and it is wrong to consider it as an annex to the state,” he said.

He pointed out that “the successful experiences of the industrialized countries that adopted the market economies for the development of their public and private sectors alike,” stressing “the approach of the government to seek not to take any decision on the interests of this sector in all its segments without consultation and involvement of those involved in the resolution and listen directly to them to come up with resolutions and solutions sound for all Issues “.

The statement of the Information Office of the Prime Minister that “during the meeting discussed several issues related to the work of the private sector and provide solutions proposed and necessary for them.”

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