Maliki: Iraq Needs to Experience the World Bank to Develop Its Financial Institutions and Economic
|August 14, 2012||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
Baghdad, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the need for Iraq to experience the World Bank and what can be its support for the development of financial and economic institutions.”
Al-Maliki said during a meeting with the delegation of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund headed by Mary Helen Pericnl represented by the World Bank said in a statement received by the agency / Baghdadiya News / “Iraq is a rich country has great wealth and that his efforts are concentrated on the investment of these resources in order to achieve a better return and higher levels of performance and prosperity economic, “praising the World Bank’s Engagement with Iraq and his quest for the implementation of the current understandings between the two sides,
For her part, Ms. Pericnl “Design the World Bank and the IMF to continue to work for the implementation of the projects that the World Bank has funded in the areas of energy and other” “according to the statement.”
For his part, representative of the International Monetary Fund, “the advisory role that the Bank will work to support its Iraq, and said that our presence for a period of seven years, Iraq has earned us a good experience we want to take advantage of them in the next stage through our support for various projects in Iraq.
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