Tues. AM TNT News Articles 1-4-22



An explosive device targets a convoy of the International Coalition in Baghdad

On Tuesday, January 4, 2022, a logistical support column belonging to the International .Coalition was attacked with an explosive device in Baghdad

A security source said that the explosion of an explosive device targeted a logistical support convoy belonging to the international coalition while it was passing within the southern borders of Baghdad governorate, without .causing any casualties   link

Iraq receives invitations from 6 countries to establish new industrial cities

Director of the Industrial Cities Authority in the Ministry of Industry, Hamid Awad Muhammad, revealed, on Tuesday, that Iraq had received invitations from Iran, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Egypt, Syria and Turkey, to establish new industrial cities.

Muhammad indicated, “Meetings were held with delegations of most of these countries during the past two weeks at the Industrial Cities Conference held in Syria to discuss this matter, while the meeting took place with Turkey to establish an economic city in northern Iraq on the border separating the two countries.”

Regarding the economic city with Jordan, Muhammad confirmed, “All procedures are completed and approvals are obtained from the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to allocate the land. Currently, the authority is preparing for the feasibility study phase and preparing the basic designs for the city by an international organization to be announced for development by contracting with international, international and regional companies, and transforming the area into Attractive to investors, industrialists and manpower.

Muhammad explained, in a statement to the official “Al-Sabah” newspaper, which was followed by Mawazine News, that “the economic city between Iraq and Jordan is an industrial development city and a free zone for trade exchange, and its area on the Iraqi side is 4800 acres and the same on the Jordanian side.”  link

A proposed roadmap for the economic reform of the new government

All of Iraq’s political, security, economic and social problems lie in finding effective solutions to economic problems, and this means that the next government will be based on the adoption of clear foundations, policies and programs that are considered a roadmap for economic reform and a radical and comprehensive change to the previous methodologies for reform, most of which were diagnosed in the white paper and that these policies Unfortunately, nothing significant has been
achieved in the past years.

Therefore, we include below our proposals for the roadmap for the methodology of economic reform in the next phase of the new government:
First, the adoption of a new methodology for managing the economy and achieving the central goal of creating sustainable development, achieving diversity in
resources, and developing economic and human structures for the sound construction of the national economy and building introductions to the transition to a market economy social.

Secondly, relying primarily on the management and distribution of public money in a transparent and fair manner, provided that the beneficiary of the results and outputs is the citizen.

Third – Activating the Higher Committee for Economic and Financial Reform, and adding to its membership representatives of the private sector, provided that a special system is established for it that is binding on the ministries to implement their decisions. His first task is to set policies and mechanisms to diversify the sources of financing the public budget and not rely on oil only.

Fourth ‐ Implementation of the principle (centralization of planning and decentralization of implementation), and this means that the Supreme Committee for
Economic and Financial Reform takes charge of drawing plans and policies centrally and approving them by the Council of Ministers and distributing their implementation to specialized councils for reconstruction, investment and implementation of development projects in the economic and human fields. These

councils are: ‐
* The Private Sector Council
* Reconstruction Council
* Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority
* Public Service Council
* Council to support and protect the local product, as well as to achieve sustainable economic development, create and prepare the investment climate for local and foreign investors, motivate and encourage them, and guarantee their contractual rights to attract their capital and protect them from the pressures of spoilers.

Fifthly, providing soft loans to finance small, medium and large projects and establishing a legal and institutional system for their management, development and development, as well as issuing and amending laws of the legal environment to organize the economic process, which here means issuing new laws instead of the laws issued in 2004 by the American Civil Governor Paul Bremer.

Sixth – Activating investment in the agricultural and industrial sectors, energy, tourism, services and housing, as well as working on reforming, developing and developing the banking sector through monetary policy applications, regulating the relationship and restrictions that govern financial and monetary policies, as well as a serious approach to reforming the financial system, clarity of financial policies, and automation of the customs and tax sectors. Addressing cases of failure to achieve the required growth rates in national income and to overcome the rise in unemployment and poverty rates.

* Advisor to the Association of Iraqi Private Banks   link

Source: Dinar Recaps


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