Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2010 National Development Plan 2010-2014

The National Development Plan aims at fostering economic growth, creating jobs, diversifying... The National Development Plan aims at fostering economic growth, creating jobs, diversifying the economy, strengthening the role of the private sector, increasing productivity, reducing poverty, enhancing fair and homogenous spatial development, strengthening the role of local governments in sustaining development, and improving environmental sustainability. Hence, the plan proposes a series of institutional reforms at the sectoral level, emphasiing the need for building human and technical capabilities, using modern technology and enhancing public administration efficiency, good governance, transparency and the rule of law.

Barley, Rice,Yellow Corn, Electricity, Gas, Livestock, Meat, Petroleum Sector, Potatoes, Onion, Tomatoes, Dates, Wheat Barley, Rice,Yellow Corn, Electricity, Gas, Livestock, Meat, Petroleum Sector, Potatoes, Onion, Tomatoes, Dates, Wheat

2010 UNDAF Iraq 2011-2014

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework is aligned with the Millennium Development... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework is aligned with the Millennium Development Goals and with the national objectives set by domestic policies. It focuses on five fundamental goals: 1) Improved governance, including the protection of human rights; 2) Inclusive, more equitable and sustainable economic growth; 3) Environmental management and compliance with ratified international environmental treaties and obligations; 4) Increased access to quality essential services; 5) Investment in human capital and empowerment of women, youth and children.

2005 National Development Strategy 2005-2007

The overarching goal of the strategy is to transform Iraq into a... The overarching goal of the strategy is to transform Iraq into a peaceful, unified federal democracy and a prosperous, market oriented regional economic powerhouse, fully integrated into the global economy. The strategy is organized around four main pillars: 1) strengthening the foundations of economic growth; 2) revitalizing the private sector; 3) improving the quality of life; 4) strengthening good governance and improving security. Hence, the strategy addresses issues related to macroeconomic stability, fiscal budget, economic growth, private sector development, human development, security and rule of law.

Cereals, Fruits and Vegetables, Gas, Petroleum Sector, Tourism Cereals, Fruits and Vegetables, Gas, Petroleum Sector, Tourism