After An Absence Of 19 Years.. The Central Markets Open The Iraqi Free Market

After An Absence Of 19 Years.. The Central Markets Open The Iraqi Free Market

05/17/2022

After An Absence Of 19 Years.. The Central Markets Open The Iraqi Free MarketEarth News/ The Central Markets Company opened today, Tuesday, the Iraqi free market, after an absence of nineteen years.
Minister al-Jubouri said during the opening of the free market, according to a statement by the ministry and received by Earth News, that it is “an excellent step, as it is the first experience at the level of Iraq after an interruption of many years, whose returns will be reflected on the Iraqi market,” stressing that “the central markets will be present in strategic partnerships with the sector. The private sector to establish large markets is greatly reflected in the service of the Iraqi citizen.”
For her part, the Director General of the General Company for Central Markets, Zahra Al-Kilani, confirmed that “the opening of this market took place after a joint operation contract with the Financial Links Contracting and General Trading Company, which specializes in operating Iraqi free markets,” noting that “the purpose of opening these markets is to maintain Goods and merchandise are of high quality and reduce the inferior goods that flooded the Iraqi market, as well as their direct contribution to the development of the Iraqi economy.”
And she added, “The opening of the free market outside airports and border crossings is not new to the company, as it owns many buildings spread in Baghdad and all the governorates of the country, and therefore it has become an obligation for it to restore its activity to contribute to the revitalization of the country’s economy.”
The inauguration was attended by the administrative and financial agent, Sattar Al-Jabri, the general manager of the General Company for Grain Processing, the general manager of the development and private sector department and the assistant general manager of the companies registration department.

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