WASHINGTON: Iraq's economic reforms began effects increase non-oil imports

It confirmed the United States, on Wednesday that the economic reforms the Iraqi government began to show the effects of an increase of non-oil imports, while pointed to the success of the Iraqi government to reduce the budget deficit would mean obtaining a loan from the International Monetary Fund worth billions of dollars.
The US ambassador to Iraq, Stuart Jones said in an interview for a number of media, including (long-Presse), building the US embassy in Baghdad, he said that "the economic reforms the Iraqi government began its effects appear to increase non-oil imports," noting that "the continuation of the Iraqi government in this performance will contribute great in the elimination or reduction of the budget deficit. "
Jones added that "the Iraqi government's success in economic reforms would mean signing an agreement with the International Monetary Fund, you get a loan worth billions of dollars."

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