Foreign Affairs stresses the need to engage countries with expertise to tackle the financial crisis in Iraq
Parliamentary Foreign Affairs stresses the need to engage countries with expertise to tackle the financial crisis in Iraq
05/08/2015 nine thirty-five
[Baghdad – where]
stressed the parliamentary Committee on Foreign Relations, on the need to use the experience of countries in order to address the financial crisis taking place in Iraq.
The Commission decision Iqbal al-Moussawi, told all of Iraq [where], “we have had conversations with the prime minister and we dealt with the problem of textile mills and the problems of self-financing staff and demanded the government to employ the expertise of countries have had the same problems and was able to overcome the financial problem.”
She stressed that ” This is very necessary, since all countries of the world to the period of economic history have suffered from economic setbacks, but there are some experts in other countries may be hired and achieved positive results, so we hope that the government assisted countries suffered as Iraq today is suffering from the problem of low oil prices, and the existence of war, and financial corruption. ”
facing Iraq, a financial crisis due to the decline in oil prices, which relied upon by 90% and led to obtain a large fiscal deficit in the budget for 2015 by 25%, prompting the government to external borrowing to cover the war on terror and support Nazhan.anthy expenses