Deputy Governor of Central Bank: the seventh item tying Iraq economically and must move forcefully to get out of Tailth

1/14/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add comments - Baghdad (news) called on the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, the Iraqi government to take action at the international level to raise the country from Chapter VII in order to create the right climate for the entry of major global companies. said the benefit (of the Agency news) on Saturday: The exit of Iraq from Chapter VII is essential for the transfer of foreign expertise and modern technology in various economic fields, the fact that Iraq needs a network of international contractors for the implementation of investment projects. He pointed out: that the local contractors who are not with extensive experience , leading to a delay in the implementation of many investment projects in the country, adding, that the rate of implementation of projects per year of (30%) due to lack of experience and not to transfer modern technology to Iraq. He added that foreign companies global contractors hesitate to also have access to Iraq because there is still under Chapter VII with a bad reputation on people imposed on it. He explained: The seventh item allows the use of force and economic sanctions on countries that infringe on the world peace, and that the international community Mibrh believed that Iraq was the aggressor on the world peace. and he continued, that the Iraqi government to work hard to reassure the international community that the country's security is no need to use force against him, after the departure of U.S. troops. and student government to move strongly toward the United Nations to remove Iraq from Chapter VII to be a safe country open around the world, and the granting of the financial sector more freedom to deal with international banks .

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