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We are all waiting for Iraq to improve it's market.

Urgent : The next stage will witness great economic openness on the regional and global environment Date of release: 2019/1/31 14:16 • 172 times read[/ (Baghdad: Al-Furat News)

I totally agree with you 82c. All they got to do now is turn the switch on, cuz the house is well wired. All the preparations are made, they have to stop procrastinating. Turn that switch on. We don't

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Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz's talks in Baghdad on Friday evening will focus on completing the extension of the oil pipeline and expanding economic integration between the two countries, the Petra news agency reported 
The Prime Minister will hold talks with his Iraqi counterpart, Adel Abdul Mahdi, on the future of cooperation in various political and economic fields, in the interests of the two brotherly countries. 
The talks between the Prime Minister and the ministerial delegation accompanying the Iraqi side focused on ways of achieving economic integration between the two countries, increasing the volume of trade exchange, consensus on measures that would activate trade lines, complete the construction of the oil pipeline and oil imports, and improve the level of cooperation in the fields of industry and investment. Of expertise and competencies, and other fields.
The delegation includes: Minister of Municipal Affairs and Transport Walid Al Masri, Finance Dr. Ezzeldin Kanakriya, Industry, Trade and Catering Dr. Tarek Al Hamouri, State Information Affairs Jumana Ghunaimat, Energy and Mineral Resources Hala Zwati, Communications and Information Technology Muthanna Ghraibeh and Agriculture Ibrahim Al Shahahedda. 
The visit comes within the framework of the government's efforts to expand the horizons of cooperation and exchange with neighboring countries, thus contributing to supporting the national economy and enabling it to overcome the challenges.
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Al-Suhail: The activation of the bilateral agreement, which exempts about 350 Jordanian goods from customs, will be soon

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Al-Suhail: The activation of the bilateral agreement, which exempts about 350 Jordanian goods from customs, will be soon


The ambassador of Iraq in Jordan Safia al-Suhail said on Saturday that the activation of the bilateral agreement, which exempts about 350 Jordanian goods from customs and duties, will be soon. "There is an official Iraqi approach to activate the bilateral agreement, which exempts about 350 Jordanian goods from customs and duties will be soon," Suhail said in a press statement .

The Jordanian delegation arrived in Baghdad on Friday for a two-day official visit during which Jordanian Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz will hold talks with his Iraqi counterpart Adel Abdul-Mahdi on the future of cooperation in various political and economic fields.

The talks between the Prime Minister and the ministerial delegation accompanying the Iraqi side focused on ways of achieving economic integration between the two countries, increasing the volume of trade exchange, consensus on measures that would activate trade lines, complete the construction of the oil pipeline and oil imports, and improve the level of cooperation in the fields of industry and investment. Of expertise and competencies, and other areas, according to the newspaper.

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Iraq and Jordan Lieberman , an agreement in four economic sectors

Iraq and Jordan sign agreement in four economic sectors

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The two governments signed agreements in a number of economic sectors on Saturday.

A meeting was held in Baghdad on Saturday under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq, Adel Abdul Mahdi, his counterpart Adrani Al-Razzaz and the large "ministerial delegation" accompanying him in the presence of the ambassadors of the two countries.

A statement issued by the Iraqi government that it was agreed during the discussions to take the following actions and according to specific dates:

In the transport sector:
o Opening the Jordanian-Iraqi border crossings (Al Karama-Trebil) in front of the door to door traffic to start the journey of goods that are perishable on 2-2-2019 and include all types of goods thereafter.

o Granting facilities for imported Iraqi goods via Aqaba, whose final destination is Iraq, a deduction of 75% of the fees charged by Aqaba Economic Authority.

o Agreement between the Royal Jordanian and Iraqi Aviation for mutual cooperation in various fields:

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Oo training and cooperation in all areas of aviation and air transport.

 

In the industry and trade sector:
o Activating the decision of the Iraqi Council of Ministers for the year 2017 exempting a number of Jordanian goods from customs as of 2-2-2019.

o The two councils of the two countries decided to allocate the agreed land on the Iraqi-Jordanian border to reach a depth of 2 km on the two sides of the border and a length of 6 km for the Iraqi Jordanian company, granting them the necessary exemptions and completion of the tender request for preparing technical specifications for the joint Jordanian- By 2-2-2019, in preparation for the company's presentation of the industrial zone to the private sector for operation and management on the basis of BOT.

In the financial sector
o Forming a technical and financial legal committee between the two sides to develop solutions to the outstanding financial files between the two countries.

In the energy sector
o The agreement was reached on the Jordanian-Iraqi electricity link through the network of interconnection, where the memorandum of understanding was signed in the presence of the prime ministers, in which the parties agreed to take the necessary measures to accelerate the exchange of electrical energy between the two parties through direct electrical connection to the electricity networks of Iraq and Jordan.

o It was agreed to finalize the framework agreement for the Iraqi-Jordanian pipeline which will extend from Basra through Haditha to Aqaba in the first quarter of 2019.

o It was agreed that the technical committees will arrive to determine the details of transportation and pricing for the export of Iraqi crude oil to Jordan before 2-2-2019.

In agriculture
o Training in the areas of optimal use of water in the fields of aquaculture and water harvesting as well as in the field of seed propagation and in the areas of biological control and the use of environmentally friendly pesticides and the training of Iraqi environmental police.

In the ICT sector
o Agreement on the passage of Internet capacity to Iraq through Jordan in 2019 to support Iraq in the construction of infrastructure.

o Agreement on the transfer of Jordanian experiences in the fields of financial technology to the brothers in Iraq.


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Economy News Baghdad:

Jordanian Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz announced on Saturday the agreement with Iraq on the deduction of 75% of the fees of aviation and maritime transport, noting that Baghdad and Oman agreed that the port of Aqaba one of the platforms for the export of Iraqi oil .

"King Abdullah II has opened the door to all kinds of cooperation with Iraq, " Al-Razzaz told a joint news conference with Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, according to state television .

"We agreed to develop cooperation with Iraq in the field of aviation and maritime transport by deducting 75 percent of the fees," he added, adding that the port of Aqaba would be one of the export platforms for Iraqi oil .


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Economy News Baghdad:

The ambassador of Iraq in Jordan Safia al-Suhail confirmed on Saturday that the activation of the bilateral agreement, which exempts about 350 Jordanian goods from customs and duties, will be soon.

"There is an official Iraqi approach to activate the bilateral agreement, which exempts about 350 Jordanian goods from customs and duties," Suhail said in a statement to Jordan's Al-Ghad newspaper.

The Jordanian delegation arrived in Baghdad on Friday for a two-day official visit during which Jordanian Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz will hold talks with his Iraqi counterpart Adel Abdul-Mahdi on the future of cooperation in various political and economic fields .

The talks between the Prime Minister and the ministerial delegation accompanying the Iraqi side focused on ways of achieving economic integration between the two countries, increasing the volume of trade exchange, consensus on measures that would activate trade lines, complete the construction of the oil pipeline and oil imports, and improve the level of cooperation in the fields of industry and investment. Of expertise and competencies, and other areas, according to the newspaper .


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Khatib: We have signed a memorandum of understanding with the Jordanian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources to exchange electricity

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The Iraqi Ministry of Electricity signed a memorandum of understanding with the Jordanian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources to exchange electricity through direct link and create a promising market for electricity in the region by virtue of geographical location. The Iraqi Minister of Electricity Luay Al-Khatib said that this agreement makes Iraq the link between the system The eight interconnections, the Gulf interconnection system on the one hand, and the West Asian countries on the other.
"On the sidelines of the official visit of Prime Minister Omar al-Razaz and his accompanying delegation to Iraq, and in the presence of Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, on Saturday, 29/12/2018, a memorandum of understanding was signed by the Ministry of Electricity, An understanding between the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity represented by Minister Dr. Loay Khatib, and the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Jordan, represented by Minister Engineer Hala Zwati, to exchange electricity between the Iraqi and Jordanian electricity system, through direct linkage, and accelerate the necessary procedures in this regard. 
The link, according to the statement, is the foundation for creating a promising market for electric power in the region.
The ministry said that Iraq is working in this direction under the umbrella of the General Secretariat of the eight linkage, as well as that the geographical location and electrical system will be the link between the eight linkage system, and the Gulf interconnection electrical system on the one hand, and West Asian countries on the other. 
Iraq and Jordan have agreed to finalize the framework agreement for the Iraqi-Jordanian pipeline, which will extend from Basra to Aqaba in the first quarter of 2019, and a 75% discount on customs duties on goods exported to Iraq via Aqaba. 
"It was agreed to finalize the framework agreement for the Iraqi-Jordanian pipeline, which will extend from Basra via Haditha to Aqaba in the first quarter of 2019," a joint statement said after a meeting of the two countries' prime ministers on Saturday.
The statement added: "It was agreed that the technical committees to determine the details of transport and pricing for the export of Iraqi crude oil to Jordan before 2 February 2019." 
The statement added that the two sides agreed to "open the Jordanian-Iraqi border crossings (Al Karama-Trebil) in front of the transport movement to start the journeys of perishable goods on 2-2-2019 and to include all types of goods thereafter," followed "the granting of facilities for imported goods through The final destination of Iraq, a deduction of 75 percent of the fees charged by Aqaba Economic Authority. " 
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi received Jordanian Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz and his accompanying delegation on Saturday in Baghdad, where they discussed political, security and economic issues and means of enhancing joint cooperation in areas that serve the interests of the Iraqi and Jordanian peoples.
"We are pleased to develop the Iraqi-Jordanian relations further to achieve the aspirations of our two peoples to achieve our common security, more stability and economic prosperity and overcome the difficulties," he said, noting that the two countries' . 
"We respect the Jordanian role in strengthening security, defense, combating terrorism and supporting our military and security forces in all fields of training and capacity building and we aspire to expand cooperation in these areas," he said.
The two sides concluded several agreements in various fields, including "an agreement between the Royal Jordanian and Iraqi Aviation for joint cooperation in various fields, training and cooperation in all fields of aviation and air transport", as well as in the field of customs exemptions where both sides agreed to "activate the decision of the Council of Ministers Iraqi 2017 exemption of a number of Jordanian goods from customs as of 2-2-2019. 
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Iraq and Jordan agree to settle outstanding financial files dating back to Saddam Hussein's era

Iraq and Jordan agree to settle outstanding financial files dating back to Saddam Hussein's era
 



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(Reuters) - Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and his Jordanian counterpart Omar al-Razzaz have agreed to settle outstanding financial files between the two countries dating back to Saddam Hussein's rule.

Al-Razzaz said in a joint press conference with Abdul Mahdi in Baghdad that a clear mechanism was agreed upon to deal with the outstanding financial files that belong to the pre-war period in Iraq and the 1990s and before.

The Iraqi government had announced earlier in the day in a press statement on the agreement between Baghdad and Amman in activating a number of economic sectors between the two sides, including the formation of technical technical financial committee between the two sides to develop solutions to the outstanding financial files between the two countries.

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Economist: 15 billion dollars Iraq's funds in Jordan and political parties behind the non-retrieval

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Economic expert Osama al-Tamimi, on Thursday, the existence of more than 15 billion dollars between the funds and real estate belonging to Iraq in Jordan, indicating that the possession of political parties economic projects in Jordan behind the non-activation of the file. 
Al-Tamimi told Al-Maaloumah that "Jordan's claim to Iraq of $ 1 billion has debts on Iraq that requires a serious pause from the Iraqi government and those responsible to claim the money of Iraq in Amman." 
He added that "Iraq has between 10 to 15 billion dollars in Jordan, which belong to real estate belonging to the state, including five billion dollars funds and bonds." 
He explained that "these funds belong to Iraq smuggled Baathist leaders before and after the occupation and then kept silent on Jordan after 2003." 
He added that "the failure to open the file by the Iraqi side is due to the economic relations and projects that belong to political parties in Amman."

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Economist: 15 billion dollars Iraq's funds in Jordan and political parties behind the non-retrieval

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Economic expert Osama al-Tamimi, on Thursday, the existence of more than 15 billion dollars between the funds and real estate belonging to Iraq in Jordan, indicating that the possession of political parties economic projects in Jordan behind the non-activation of the file. 
Al-Tamimi told Al-Maaloumah that "Jordan's claim to Iraq of $ 1 billion has debts on Iraq that requires a serious pause from the Iraqi government and those responsible to claim the money of Iraq in Amman." 
He added that "Iraq has between 10 to 15 billion dollars in Jordan, which belong to real estate belonging to the state, including five billion dollars funds and bonds." 
He explained that "these funds belong to Iraq smuggled Baathist leaders before and after the occupation and then kept silent on Jordan after 2003." 
He added that "the failure to open the file by the Iraqi side is due to the economic relations and projects that belong to political parties in Amman."

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What the in God's name is Madhi and others waiting for? That is 10 to 15 Billion less

Iraq has to beg for. :shakehead:  Thank you Butifldrm :D 

 

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What the in God's name is Madhi and others waiting for? That is 10 to 15 Billion less

Iraq has to beg for. :shakehead:  Thank you Butifldrm :D 

 

 

Probably call for a meeting first to discuss the formation of a committee...and we all know how the rest of the Stupid Story goes, huh.

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Know the amount of debt demanded by Jordan from Iraq?

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Jordan's Finance Ministry said on Wednesday it had asked Iraq for debts of more than $ 1 billion, while the Finance Committee of the Iraqi parliament demanded frozen Jordan in Amman.
"The financial file between Jordan and Iraq is still stuck," a Gulf ministry official was quoted as saying. "There have been financial claims to each other since Saddam Hussein's regime have not been settled yet."

 

He added that "Jordanian claims include debts of the Central Bank to his Iraqi counterpart more than one billion dollars."

 

The decision of the Finance Committee in the Iraqi parliament Hoshyar Abdullah, according to the newspaper that "the available data indicate that Iraq has between 3 and 5 billion dollars deposited in Jordan since the time of Saddam, and there is no real Jordanian disclosure."

"I think it is time to open the file of funds and dues that we have or we have with Jordan, and there are responsibilities on both sides," Abdullah said. "So far, there is no serious move from Baghdad to Iraqi funds in Jordan. At the same time, As a religion for Jordan as well, there is no resolution on it, so it is important that there be a movement of the file from both sides or at least revealing to the return of each party's right.

It is noteworthy that Iraq has wide relations with Jordan in various fields, where it is linked through the port of Trebil border, which is the economic and commercial artery between the two countries, while the Jordanian government is considering the establishment of a new border center with Iraq, as an alternative to the center of dignity in the province of Mafraq in the north-east of the country.

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To participate in the economic forum. 9 Jordanian ministers arrive in the capital Baghdad

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arrived 9 Jordanian ministers, on Saturday evening, to the capital of Baghdad to participate Economic Forum Alaraca_alardna scheduled to be held tomorrow. 
"Nine Jordanian ministers arrived in the capital Baghdad and were greeted by Iraqi ministers," a source familiar with the interview told Mawazine News. "The Jordanian ministers have gone from Baghdad airport to the headquarters of the cabinet break." 
"They will participate in the Iraqi-Jordanian economic forum which will be held tomorrow in Baghdad, and they will meet with their Iraqi counterparts to discuss and sign agreements between the two countries," he said. 
The Jordan-Iraq Business Council, a joint Jordanian-Iraqi business association, held a preparatory meeting on Saturday to hold the Jordan-Iraq Investment Forum in the framework of following up the results of King Abdullah II's visit to Iraq.
He stressed the importance of developing clear vision and priorities in the interest of the economies of both countries, especially that the Iraqi side can benefit from the Jordanian experience in the information technology sector, renewable energy and health care sector, in addition to the ability of both sides to integrate in the fields of education and banking.

 
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Economy News _ Baghdad

Minister of Industry and Minerals Saleh Abdullah al-Jubouri received on Saturday a high-level Jordanian delegation. 
The delegation included the Minister of Water and Irrigation, the Minister of Transport, the Minister of Finance, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply, the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, the Minister of Agriculture, the Minister of Environment, the Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan and the Secretary General of the Ministry of Industry. 
The Jordanian delegation, headed by Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister Raghani al-Muasher, will hold a round of talks with the Iraqi side to discuss and discuss future cooperation frameworks between the two countries and set timetables to include the paragraphs agreed upon in the previous talks between the prime minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and his Jordanian counterpart Omar al-Razzaz took effect.
Among these agreements, the opening of the Iraqi-Jordanian border crossings to the movement of transport and granting facilities for Iraqi goods imported through the port of Aqaba, whose final destination Iraq deducted 75% of the fees charged by the Aqaba Authority and the establishment of a joint industrial city on the Iraqi-Jordanian border and the agreement on the Jordanian- During the link network and agree on the completion of the framework agreement for the Iraqi-Jordanian oil pipeline, which will extend from Basra through Haditha to Aqaba and other agreements.


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Oil Minister Thamir al-Ghadhban said on Sunday that Iraq is keen to cooperate with Jordan in the fields of oil, gas and electricity during a meeting with Jordanian Energy Minister Hala Zwati. 

In a statement received by the Ministry of Oil, the Information Office of the Ministry of Oil said that "Deputy Prime Minister for Energy and Minister of Oil Thamer Abbas Al-Ghadhban received today, Jordanian Energy Minister Hala Zwati," noting that the two sides "discussed bilateral cooperation in the field of oil and gas Electricity ".

"The talks between Iraq and Jordan were fruitful and the two sides will soon bear fruit on the technical and economic levels," the minister said. 

Al-Ghadhban added that "the supply of the Iraqi oil pipeline was discussed in accordance with a memorandum of understanding that will be signed later after obtaining the approval of the governments of the two countries, as well as the project of extending the export pipeline (Rumaila-Aqaba), as well as the project of the electric connection between the two countries. To extract oil and gas and renewable energy projects. " 

The statement also quoted Energy Minister Hala Zwati as saying that "this visit comes within the framework of enhancing the bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries and continuing with the visits made by the King of Jordan and the Jordanian Prime Minister to discuss topics of common interest between the two countries in the fields of energy, oil and gas, The importance of strengthening cooperation between the two countries for the common interests at the levels of economic and technical cooperation. "

Zwati expressed the hope that "the talks will accelerate the implementation of joint projects after agreeing on the technical steps and mechanisms of these projects." 

The two sides held an extensive meeting in which they discussed issues of mutual interest. The meeting was attended by the undersecretaries of the ministers of oil, the Undersecretary of Electricity Minister Nafie Abdul Sada, a representative of the Jordanian embassy, the ministry's advisor and a number of directors and officials of the ministry.


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Jordan: Iraq has become a kiss for global trade .. Baghdad calls for lifting the trait of entry for its traders

Jordan: Iraq is a kiss for global trade .. Baghdad calls for lifting the entry visa for its traders

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The Baghdad Chamber of Commerce on Monday stressed the need to increase trade cooperation between Iraq and Jordan in various fields on top of raising the entry visa for Iraqi traders.

During the reception of the Jordanian government delegation, headed by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply Tariq al-Hamouri and the membership of a number of Jordanian economic and trade figures, the head of the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce, Jaafar al-Hamdani, said that "the recovery of the Iraqi economy is positive for the economies of the region and the world, , And this is what all the economies of the world have realized. "

Al-Hamdani pointed out that "the ambition of the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce of the presence of the Jordanian delegation to be a real breakthrough to achieve the Arab customs union and the Arab free market and strategic partnership, pointing to the importance of discussing files that promote the reality of economic cooperation and transfer to a new stage.

Al-Hamdani stressed the need for the two sides to work towards facilitating and free movement of goods and funds between the two countries, on top of which is to facilitate the task of "lifting the entry visa for traders between the two sides", which constitutes a real return of relations between the two countries.

For his part, Iraqi Trade Minister Dr. Mohammad Hashim Al-Ani said that Jordanian companies have many commercial opportunities available in all of Iraq that can be invested and work on them, stressing the ministry's readiness to overcome all difficulties that may face these companies.

He pointed out that Iraq is a global trade destination due to its commercial opportunities that can boost the economic balance, especially as the government program encourages investment and supporting the private sector.

For his part, the Iraqi Minister of Industry and Aid Saleh al-Jubouri said that the Jordanian industrial sector is a real partner in the Iraqi market and the possibility of supporting the Iraqi industry in joint cooperation are ongoing understandings between the two sides.

He stressed that the Iraqi industry is trying today to compete with its counterparts from the countries of the region and through the introduction of products according to approved specifications, reiterated his call for the need to support the Iraqi industry by placing them in the priorities of the work of the Iraqi government.

The Jordanian Minister of Industry and Trade Tariq Hamouri also stressed during his speech the importance of the presence of the delegation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Iraq because of its positive repercussions at various levels of the two countries. He pointed out that there is a Jordanian trade delegation accompanying the government delegation, To promote mutual cooperation and benefit the two countries by studying the investment and trade opportunities of both parties.

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Baghdad Chamber of Commerce stressed on Monday the need to increase trade cooperation between Iraq and Jordan in various fields, at the top of which is to raise the level of entry for Iraqi traders, in turn between the Jordanian side and in an official visit to Iraq that their presence will enhance the understandings and trade agreements between the two countries. 
During the reception of the Jordanian government delegation headed by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply Tariq al-Hamouri and the membership of a number of Jordanian economic and trade figures, the head of the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce Jafar al-Hamdani said that the recovery of the Iraqi economy is positive for the economies of the region and the world, This is what all the economies of the world have realized. "The aspiration of the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce is that the brotherly Jordanian delegation would be a real breakthrough for the achievement of the Arab Union, the Arab Free Market and the strategic partnership."
Al-Hamdani stressed the importance of discussing the files that enhance the reality of economic cooperation and transferring it to a new stage, stressing the need for both sides to facilitate and free the movement of goods and funds between the two countries, on top of which is facilitating the task of lifting the entry visa for traders between the two sides. The two countries. 
For his part, Minister of Commerce Mohammed Hashim al-Ani, said that Jordanian companies have many commercial opportunities available in all of Iraq can be invested and work on them, stressing the readiness of the ministry to overcome all the difficulties that may face those companies. 
He pointed out that Iraq is a global trade destination due to its commercial opportunities that can boost the economic balance, especially as the government program encourages investment and supporting the private sector.
The Minister of Industry and Aid Saleh al-Jubouri said that the Jordanian industrial sector is a real partner in the Iraqi market and the possibility of supporting the Iraqi industry in joint cooperation are ongoing understandings between the two sides, stressing that the Iraqi industry is trying today to compete with its counterparts from the countries of the region by offering products according to approved specifications. His call for the need to support the Iraqi industry by placing it in the priorities of the Iraqi government's work. 
The Jordanian Minister of Industry and Trade Tariq Hamouri also stressed during his speech the importance of the presence of the delegation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Iraq because of its positive repercussions at various levels of the two countries. He pointed out that there is a Jordanian trade delegation accompanying the government delegation, To promote mutual cooperation and benefit the two countries by studying the investment and trade opportunities of both parties.


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Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister Rajai al-Muasher said on Monday that his country had reached an agreement with Iraq on free trade between the two countries.

This came during a joint press conference with Iraqi Finance Minister Fuad Hussein, who is also deputy prime minister for energy, in the capital Baghdad.

"We have signed a free trade agreement between the two countries, and have been activated and put forward the comments on the competition of goods produced in the two countries, to contribute to the movement of trade exchange better," Muasher told the conference.

The Jordanian official did not give any further details on the terms of the FTA and when it would officially start.

But he said the prime ministers of the two countries would meet on February 2 to finalize agreements between the two countries in various fields.

Muasher pointed out that the energy sector as one of the agreements to reach a final understanding, "such as an oil pipeline from Iraq to Aqaba, and the electric connection between the two countries."

In April 2013, Jordan and Iraq signed a framework agreement for a 1,700 km oil pipeline project at a cost of $ 18 billion and a capacity of 1 million barrels per day.

The proposed pipeline runs from the southern Iraqi province of Basra to Aqaba in southern Jordan on the Red Sea. The Kingdom hopes to meet its energy needs through the pipeline (150,000 barrels per day) and exports the rest via the port of Aqaba.

"The Jordanian cabinet has approved the pipeline agreement and is currently being studied by the Iraqi government in preparation for a final agreement and the start of the project," Moasher said. "We are optimistic that the implementation will take place soon."

"Before the meeting, there were bilateral meetings between the Iraqi and Jordanian ministers, and we reached an agreement for joint action in many areas," Fouad Hussein said.

The Jordanian delegation, headed by Moasher and members of the ministers of industry and trade, health, finance, municipalities, transport and energy, and the Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan, arrived in Baghdad on Sunday for an unannounced official visit.

The visit comes less than two weeks after Jordanian King Abdullah II visited Iraq and met officials in Baghdad, his first visit in 10 years.

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The Jordanian delegation, headed by Moasher and members of the ministers of industry and trade, health, finance, municipalities, transport and energy, and the Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan, arrived in Baghdad on Sunday for an unannounced official visit.

 

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Next month .. The date of entry of Jordanian trucks to Iraq

 


The head of the Jordanian Truckers Association, Mohammed Khair al-Dawood, announced on Tuesday that Jordanian trucks will enter Jordan starting from the second of next February. "The Iraqi and Jordanian sides have signed an agreement to start the entry of Jordanian trucks to Iraq in all its provinces, accompanied by security from the Iraqi side in principle to protect them from any forces outside the law as of the second of next February," Al-Daoud said in a press statement.

Al-Daoud called on "drivers and truckers to prepare the necessary official papers such as passports and visas." According to the newspaper, specialists stressed the readiness of Aqaba in various facilities to deal with the full positive to strengthen all measures that activate the pace of economic partnership between Iraq and Jordan in various sectors, particularly the ports sector, which is the nerve of the economy. Aqaba has an integrated port system consisting of 12 specialized ports and 30 berths.

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