Al-Hamdani: Iraq seeks to reach the World Trade Organization and integrate it with the global economy skip after: Economy 2019/02/25 11:05 115
Baghdad Chamber of Commerce chief Jafar al-Hamdani said Monday (25 February that Iraq is pursuing various ways, activities and events to reach the WTO agreement and integrate its economy with the global economy.
"After Iraq signed the trade agreement with the Jordanian side, the trade and economic relations with the merchants and businessmen of both countries have been revived," al-Hamdani said during the signing of an agreement between the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce and the Amman Chamber of Industry in a statement received.
"The agreement was signed during the Jordanian-Iraqi business forum, which was attended by Iraqi minister of Industry and Minerals Saleh al-Jabouri and a selection of Iraqi industrial and commercial figures, as well as Jordanian minister of Industry, Minerals and trade Tariq al-Hamouri and Jordanian personalities," the statement added. Other ".
"Iraq is in dire need of a joint Arab economic project to return to the Arab and international incubator," Al-Hamdani said, noting that "the agreements signed with Jordan will be the real breakthrough."
"Iraq wants to be present at the Arab and international economic events and to arrive as soon as possible with the World Trade Organization Agreement and the integration of Iraq into the global economy," he said, pointing out that "the agreements will be an opportunity to reach the Red Sea ports through Jordan."
"Iraq wants Jordan to reach out to international banks, to establish economic partnerships with Jordanian businessmen and to supply goods through Aqaba," al-Hamdani said.