|BAGHDAD (Iba) .. The World Bank in collaboration with the advisers in the prime minister fired three analytical reports with the Iraqi government on the management of oil revenues and economic diversification, efficient spending, and improve the delivery of services, and reform the legal and regulatory environment to attract private sector investment.
The economists at the World Bank Kevin Carey and Sybil Colacsz provide these reports to the effectiveness of large Houdrhaadd of government officials from different ministries, parliamentarians, international organizations and civil society participants, as well as the media and representatives of the business sector.
The head of the advisers in the prime minister Thamer Ghadban,: These reports provide many useful recommendations for the ongoing reform process in Iraq, adding that we welcome World Bank support for our reforms, and we look forward to identifying ways that will contribute to the implementation of the recommendations made by these reports.
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And confirmed that the Special Representative of the World Bank in Iraq, Mary Helen Pericnl, that passage of the new procurement law is crucial to the reform process in Iraq. Though this law is a regulatory the Alrisahlatar points in Iraq.