Herish Muharam, former Chairman of KRG’s Investment Board, discusses his view of the commercial electricity cuts in the context of review and regulation of subsidies to the private sector. He also points to the critical need for Kurdistan to develop its financial sector and banking system, while noting constitutional constraints preventing more action in this area. In terms of diversifying the economy in the KRI, he points to necessary reform in agriculture, and regulations protecting consumers and producers.
“The deadlock in the construction sector was predicted” former Chairman of Investment Board, KRG
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