An Iraqi official said the money was available but was reluctant to enter the labor market
BAGHDAD – The governor of the Central Bank Ali al-Alaq, Friday, that Iraq has the fundamentals and ways of success of the economic environment, stressing the availability of funds, but “reluctant” to enter the labor market.
“From an economic vision, there is no problem in the availability of opportunities for all sectors in Iraq to work and invest,” Al-Aalak said in a press interview during his participation in the Sixth Forum of the American University in Sulaymaniyah.
“The money is there but it is hesitant and afraid to enter the work environment and investment,” he said.
“This is the responsibility of the political and governmental leaders to provide the appropriate conditions and prepare them to attract these investments,” Al-Aalak said.