Abadi adviser calls for openness to foreign investment to cope with the financial distress

September 26, 2015 21:44

The Prime Minister called for economic affairs adviser appearance of Mohammed Saleh, Saturday, to open up to foreign investment to cope with the financial hardship experienced by the country, warning of reports that give rise to panic about the economic situation. Saleh said in an interview that "Iraq is a financial hardship, but at the same time not collapsed or poor countries, but we must nevertheless tend to caution and anticipation, "noting that" there are reports raise a lot of panic in this regard. "

Saleh stressed the need to "open up to foreign investment and meet the excess expenditure to cope with this distress," adding that "the reforms launched by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi recently are beginning to re-examine the structure of the Iraqi economy."