Observers: Arab summit in Baghdad, an economic par excellence
Posted23/03/2012 04:51 PM
BAGHDAD - Babinaoz (Reuters) - with multiple views in a natural and important to be considered by the Arab summit of the 23 to be held in Baghdad at the end of this month, but that there is almost a consensus among observers that the timing of the summit makes it an economic summit before all considerations at both the Arab and international levels.
The head of the Department of Economics, Center of Arabic Studies and International University Mustansiriya Abdul-Rahman al-Mashhadani, the repercussions of the global economic crisis which is still ongoing, and the legacy of revolutions Arab spring of problematic economic, make the economic file file down inside the summit, expressing his belief that the political factor will remain in control of decisions The final of the summit, although the economic exchange, in spite of the circumstances and consequences.
Indicates al-Mashhadani said in an interview with Radio Free Iraq that Baghdad summit will give great importance to the potential closure of the Strait of Hormuz in the next phase, which is located in the heart of Iraq's economic interests at the moment.
For his part, says the head of the Association of Journalists economists in Iraq Abbas Ghalibi that the issue of achieving Arab economic integration will top the economic agenda of the Conference, as in the previous conferences, calling for the possible investment summit by Iraq to transfer a file war reparations 1990 from the international framework to foster Arab prelude to find an appropriate settlement him.
And away from what discussed by Arab leaders of economic files and they decide at their, the Iraqis see the summit in just in Baghdad, a check could contribute to encourage investors to enter the Iraqi market that are still looking for more investments.
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