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Mon. PM TNT News Articles from Iraq 7-31-23

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Work: All companies are obligated to employ 50% of the Iraqi workforce for foreign workers

Today, Monday, the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs clarified regarding the regulation of the legal status of foreign workers coming to Iraq, while confirming that the decision to employ 50% of Iraqi hands for foreign workers is binding on all companies.

The Deputy Director General of Labor and Vocational Training in the Ministry, Abbas Fadel Abbas, said, “The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs worked through the Department of Labor and Vocational Training to implement Cabinet Resolution No. 23119 extended by Resolution 23649 on adapting the status of foreign workers by correcting the status of expatriate workers to Iraq.” legally, that is, through the border crossings.

Abbas added, “The department is also committed to implementing the Council of Ministers’ decision to apply the 50% rate of Iraqi workers in exchange for foreign workers.”

Regarding the unemployed and their employment in companies operating in Iraq, Abbas explained, “Cabinet Resolution No. 245 obligated all companies to achieve 50% of foreign labor in exchange for Iraqi labor.”

He pointed out, “This aims to employ the unemployed according to the ministry’s vision to implement the government curriculum for the employment of young job seekers.” link

An Iraqi-Singaporean memorandum of understanding for the development of Iraqi ports.. Advanced handling and storage mechanisms

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Today, Monday (July 31, 2023), the Iraqi Ministry of Transport, the General Company for Iraqi Ports, signed a protocol of joint cooperation with the CEO of the Singaporean Allied Company, one of the companies working with Singaporean ports in the field of handling, container storage, management and electronic monitoring.

The Director General of Ports, Farhan Al-Fartousi, said in a statement received by “Baghdad Today”, that “according to the directives of the Minister of Transport, Razzaq Muhaibis Al-Saadawi, we signed a joint cooperation report with the CEO of the Singaporean Allied Company, one of the companies working with Singaporean ports in the field of handling and storage of containers, management and electronic monitoring.”

He explained, “The minutes included cooperation in training Iraqi port employees in Singapore ports to use the single window and control the handling of goods inside the port, in addition to developing our staff in the field of transforming our ports to work within the single window, and cooperation in the field of developing logistical work inside Iraqi ports  link

Source: Dinar Recaps

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