Exchange 43 trillion dinars allocated for investment project on a "secondary"
Najib's / scales News /: Exchange 43 trillion dinars allocated for investment projects on a "secondary"
Special scales News - The Commission on Economy and Investment parliamentary Najiba Najib, Monday, that a member of the Federal government can not exchange financial allocations in the budget this year for service projects and investment, as he emphasized that the amounts spent on projects "secondary"
She said Najib's / scales News / "The revenue I said as a result of falling oil prices, which has affected a direct impact on projects in the provincial and ministerial level, where ongoing projects for the year 2014-2015 the state has been unable to exchange financial allocations her despite the fact that the investment budget in this budget year was 43 trillion, "asserting that" from this amount has been allocated two billion and 500 billion Iraqi dinars to pay 10% dues companies at the provincial and ministerial level, which amounts to more than 7 trillion Iraqi dinars."
She said the economic and investment commission member of the parliamentary "The revenue decline and lower constant," asserting that "will refer the project to the private sector and now there is a process in this regard proceedings and small-term, medium and large-sized enterprises, which the central bank announced the launch of five trillion for these projects all this will contribute to opportunities work and provide services to citizens."
The "a spokesman for the Ministry of Planning Abdul-Zahra al-Hindawi revealed to / scales News /, earlier, hold negotiations in Istanbul between the minister Salman Jumaili and some major international banks representatives to lend to Iraq and his support in the 2016 budget, stressing give a wide space for oil and electricity sectors in investment projects to be implemented early next year and that the sectors most prominent in supporting the country's economy and moving the rest of the industrial and agricultural activities, ".anthy 29/28 b