Iraq will not become full member of WTO if internal problems continue says parliament finance committee member

Parliamentary rule out Iraq’s accession to the WTO

On: Wednesday 5/9/2012 6:59

Ruled out by the Economic Committee in the House of Representatives Nahida Daini Iraq’s accession to the WTO during the current period because of the many internal problems and the reluctance of economic projects in the country.

Said Dani, according to the Agency (news): Iraq will remain away from the Arab world and European result concern political problems that started sour in the country, as well as the lack of real will for the advancement of economic reality, noting that this needs to bring international experts and plans a five-year range based on the foundations scientific, and its impact on Iraq will be fit to enter the global and international organizations.

She added that the entry of Iraq into the World Trade Organization is essential because it will give impetus morally to develop the Iraqi economy and the advancement of it, because the national economy is still restricted and limited only to the neighboring countries in the trade exchange Kalastairad and export, and these organizations will open the economic prospects for Iraq to deal with all countries the world.

And established the World Trade Organization in 1995, and is one of the smallest organizations the world lived as the WTO is the successor to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which was established in the wake of World War II, and its primary goal is to help the flow and the flow of trade Bslaslh and freedom.

Include the World Trade Organization (WTO) more than (140) members representing more than (90%) of world trade.