Creating jobs in the private sector

By T. Keyzom Ngodup, co-founder and Executive Director at Ideas sYnergy, an Iraq based private sector development consulting company.

IRAQ INSIGHTS, published by Ideas sYnergy, aims to consolidate and build intellectual capital on private sector development, empowering stakeholders to address issues of access and structural reforms on a diverse range of topics impacting inclusive economic development in Iraq.  

 

IRAQ INSIGHTS                 July 2011, Private Sector in Iraq: Creating Jobs and Enhancing Sustainable Development?

  • Status of Iraq’s Unemployment & Underemployment: An Overview of the Public and Private Sector in Iraq
  • Are Iraqis’ Fears of Private Sector Jobs Justified?
  • Reading Beyond the Rank: Examining the Measurements of World Bank Doing Business in Iraq 2011 Report
  • Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises: Hurdles to their potential to lead private sector development and employment generation

Iraq Insights by Ideas sYnergy_July 2011 Issue 2

T. Keyzom Ngodup is co-founder and Executive Director at Ideas sYnergy, an Iraq based development consulting company committed to economic and social development through market-based solutions that help build and scale innovative businesses for sustainable and inclusive private sector development.

One Response to Creating jobs in the private sector

  1. jan July 14, 2011 at 11:29 am #

    Make sure when Iraqi’s sign their contracts that the people of the country benefit and not the corporations and bankers. Beware of the US banks that want to “befriend” you. They will demand payment if you have trouble paying and take over your assets. This is what they have done here in the US and it has devastated our economy. The banks are not your friend. They exist to make profit for the handful of greedy owners. Fund your own projects with your own money. Make sure you control the money – don’t give control of the money away. If they want a piece of it, you should charge THEM. YOU hold the resources, which are the true value. Where is the gold that the country owned before the US went in? Ask them for the gold back. Beware of the wolf in sheeps clothing.