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Parliamentary economy: No plan to control inflation

Parliamentary economy: No plan to control inflation

PARLIAMENTARY ECONOMY: NO PLAN TO CONTROL INFLATION IN THE CASE OF SALARY INCREASE Said a member of the Committee on Economy and Investment parliamentary Mahma Khalil for the lack of a coherent plan to control inflation in the markets, in the case of salary increase. Added Khalil told all of Iraq [where] that “if the salary increase this will certainly increase prices and get inflation in the domestic market, so you should click on the sites economy, the other can work to build a new Iraqi economy…

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The Olympic draws financial disbursement of salaries of employees until the adoption of the budget

The Olympic draws financial disbursement of salaries of employees until the adoption of the budget

The Financial Secretary said the Iraqi Olympic Committee, Samir Al-Moussawi said the Finance Ministry sent in two books received the Olympic Committee since the beginning of this year disbursed billion and hundreds million dinars worth of salaries for the first two months of the adoption of the general budget for 2014. Al-Moussawi said in a press statement obtained by the news agency news (and brother) that the “Secretariat of finance won’t be able to promote the exchange of sports federations that have shares in those…

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Ten trillion dinars for the increase in the

Ten trillion dinars for the increase in the

Tomorrow/Baghdad: the current budget included more than ten trillion dinars for the amounts of increase in staff salariesunder the new scale, salaries and bonuses for retirees. The table shows expenditures to sectors and activities in the budget for the current year, which had seen him “tomorrow”, “nine trillion and $ 30 billion for salaries and bonuses for retirees.” The table to customize trillion 500 billion dinars as payment for payroll new staff will be increased retroactively from the beginning of the year. “ The Cabinet had approved the…

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