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Iraq: Federal Research Study and Country Profile with Comprehensive Information, History, and Analysis - Politics, Economy, Military, Saddam Hussein
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However, sanitary conditions in hospitals remained unsatisfactory, trained personnel and medications were in short supply, and health care remained largely unavailable in regions where violent insurgency continuedTo eliminate these problems and be successful in its privatization efforts, the government must adopt competitive bidding procedures, objective criteria for selecting bids, and protocols for hiring independent privatization management firms, and establish a privatization authority with minimal bureaucracy to monitor the overall program.29 LESSON #5: A minimal safety net is necessary to support laid-off workers and prevent social unrestBuyouts of the state-owned enterprise's management and labor force, as well as distribution of some of the privatized firm's shares to its management and labor force, can go a long way toward alleviating social tensions that might undermine public support for privatizationAs privatized firms grow, they often increase their workforcesIraq will need to ensure cash flow for reconstruction regardless of OPEC supply limitationsIn the early 1990s, Russia carved up its state-run oil ministry into regional monopoliesFor example, it did not privatize Transneft, a company that controls its pipeline infrastructure, or fully privatize some oil companies, such as Slavneft and Zarubezhneft and GAZPROM, the giant natural gas monopoly that boasts the world's largest natural gas reserves and controls a 90,000 km pipeline network.35 The partial privatization effort has led to friction between state-controlled entities and the privatized-publicly held companies over pipeline accessMedical facilities, which in 1980 were among the best in the Middle East, deterioratedThis review demonstrates that privatization will increase the return on sales, assets, and equity

Without private ownership, however, oil will remain politicized and mismanagedIn early 2005, that system and subsidized fuel distribution remained the main elements of the social safety net; nationwide shortages of sugar, milk, and ghee (a type of butter) were reported at that timeHi, My Alibaba Message Center My Favorites Buy Get Quotations Now Manage Buying Requests Manage Orders Sell Display New Products Manage Products Received RFQs For Buyers Source Products & Suppliers By Category Get Quotations Global Expo Wholesaler Trade Services Trade Assurance Business Identity Logistics Service Secure Payment e-Credit Line Inspection Service Community Trade Intelligence Discussion Forums Trade Answers For Suppliers Supplier Memberships Learning Center Training Center AliSource Gold Supplier Customer Service I Am a Buyer I Am a Supplier I Am a New User Submit a Dispute Report IPR Infringement Report Abuse Trade Assurance Alibaba.com Categories Get Quotations Save 40% off your time to get quotes Submit Buying Request Advanced Search Combined with the potential privatization of the oil industry, such measures could provide incentives for Iraq to leave the OPEC cartel down the road, which would have long-term, positive implications for global oil supply[I]t will be held for and used for the people of IraqThe authors seek to provide a basic understanding of the observed society, striving for a dynamic rather than a static portrayalAn internal study of World Bank managers in the Middle East and North African department found that many were enthusiastic in supporting privatization efforts in their regions.30 A number of Middle Eastern states, including Iraq's neighbors Turkey31 and Kuwait,32 are pursuing privatization of their telecommunications, transportation, utilities, and oil sectors and services, while others, such as Iran and Saudi Arabia, have declared their intentions to privatize assets and are in the policy discussion stage.33 Lessons from Oil and Gas Privatizations Oil privatization remains a politically painful issue in many countriesOil production has barely increased since 1980ENERGY SECTOR LESSON #3: Keep it clean, and keep it profitableThe major problem with the Russian oil privatization effort has been its relative opacity, especially in the early 1990s

Since privatization, many of these stocks, such as in LUKoil, Tyumen Oil CoBetween October 2005 and January 2006, some 26 new cases were identified, bringing the official total to 261 since 1986Several lessons from other countries' privatization experiences are particularly relevant to Iraq's situationSuch rhetoric has one goal: to keep a precious and profitable resource in the hands of the ruling elite, be it a communist party politburo, a dictator, or a group of mullahsThe Bush Administration, through its executive directors at such IFIs as the IMF and World Bank, as well as other international governmental and non-governmental organizations, should begin to advise the future leaders of Iraq's next government to establish policies that will lead to a thriving modern economyHome These illegal activities from 1996-2002 have provided unaccounted revenues of at least $6.6 billion,7 which Saddam has been free to spend to develop WMD and support terrorism.8 How much Saddam is actually spending on his deadly arsenal is hard to tellIt will not be exploited for the United States' own purpose." But this does not preclude the United States from offering its guidance to the future government of Iraq on establishing sound economic and trade policies to stimulate growth and recovery.17 It would be counterproductive to empower either U.N

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