Study: Iraq’s economy faces two choices: either national or return to the liberal central economic
Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, Iraq’s economy witnessed a loss between national liberal restricted to Chapter VII and return to central economic control on capital movements flowing outwards.
The study has received the national Iraqi news agency copy to “that country lost production factors of labour and capital to settle in the country as economic incubators told for about 1 million or less makes its living on financial transfers from within the country.”
At the level of economic openness Saleh said “Iraq was unable to continue its isolation from world markets after 2003 but regional markets and integration with the current regional situation and problems with the country’s continued legacy of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations and regional changes.
He said Iraq faces either the harmony with the newly emerging liberal block escalation, with shoulder problems Chapter VII imposed on it, or not to continue to shape the liberal economic and financial arrangements since 2003 as an afterthought as a means to alleviate the international indirect constraints imposed on Iraq until the moment “.