Maliki: Transforming to a market economy should start with a change in culture and approach

Posted: October 2, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
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Screen Shot 2013-10-02 at 3.13.49 PMMaliki: transforming the economy of Central based on the public sector to a market economy needs to be a change in culture and approach

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki convert a central Iraqi economy depends on the public sector to a market economy does not need to just laws and regulations, but also needs to change in culture and approach which grew by Iraqis, including officials in the state.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki convert a central Iraqi economy depends on the public sector to a market economy does not need to just laws and regulations, but also needs to change in culture and approach which grew by Iraqis, including officials in the state.

A statement from the Office of the Prime Minister’s media the Euphrates {} received a copy of it today, “Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki received at his office on Wednesday, the official number of businessmen and traders Iraqi National Business Council.”

The Prime Minister called during the meeting to “revitalize the role of the private sector,” noting that “the state does not rise without the participation of the private sector, hi a greater role for this sector in various areas of work and investment, particularly in the field of electricity, oil and agriculture.”

He stressed that “transform the Iraqi economy depends on the central public sector to a market economy does not need to just laws and regulations, but also needs to change in culture and approach which grew by Iraqis, including officials in the state.”

The statement pointed out that “the business have a picture of the role of the private sector in various areas of the Iraqi economy,” مبينين “they had entered for the first time in the fields of electricity, oil filter and various industries, but they are still at the beginning of the road”, calling to “assign a government to activate the role.”

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