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02-17-2011, 06:56 PM
President of the advisers in the Council of Ministers and Deputy U.S. Treasury discuss ways to develop the banking sector and economic in Iraq
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17.2.2011 | (Voice of Iraq) - President of the advisers in the Office of the Prime Minister, Mr. Thamer Ghadhban with Deputy U.S. Treasury Department, Mr. Neil will not be attended by U.S. ambassador to Iraq, Mr. James Jeffrey, a number of assistants and experts in the U.S. Treasury Department, along with a number of experts and advisors in the body, the joint technical cooperation in the field of economics, money and energy.

The head of the advisers to the Iraqi government's attention to the financial sector and banking sector, and strengthening the role of private banks which are highly necessary in the current stage and the next stages, which will see more of the construction projects and construction.

He added that the priorities of the government's work is directed towards the provision of basic services to the citizens and the development of the Iraqi economy and diversify its sources of non-oil sources, particularly through the promotion of foreign investment and the Arab and immediate community.

He angered that the government is moving forward in the process of transition towards a market economy and Ttoiralqtaa agricultural and private sector support, pointing to the implementation of programs directed towards the reform of public companies, state-owned.

For his part, Deputy U.S. Treasury Secretary Mr. Neil would not, his thanks and appreciation to the advisory board and expressed his authorities are willing to banking and specialized financial in the United States to provide expertise to support and assist banking and financial sector in Iraq, through training programs and capacity development and give advice in addition to sending experts and specialists Americans to Iraq to provide the necessary
http://www.sotaliraq.com/iraq-news.php?id=16412assistance to do so.