The Economic Development of Iraq: Report of a Mission Organized by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development at the Request of the Government of Iraq

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The Economic Development of IRAQ

Report of a Mission organized by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development at the request of the Government of Iraq.

published for

INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT

by

THE JOHNS HOPKINS PRESS

1952

Meredith College Library

Raleigh, N. C.

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The Economic Development of Iraq: Report of a Mission Organized by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development at the Request of the Government of Iraq
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • The Mission v
  • International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Washington 25. D. C. vi
  • Preface ix
  • Table of Contents xiii
  • List of Tables xvi
  • Maps xix
  • Figures xix
  • I. Introduction 1
  • Ii. Agriculture 4
  • Iii. Industry 33
  • Iv. Transport and Communications 43
  • Iv. Transport and Communications 49
  • Iv. Transport and Communications 55
  • Iv. Transport and Communications 62
  • Viii. Problems of Execution 72
  • Ix. Impact of the Program 87
  • Ix. Impact of the Program 96
  • Appendices 101
  • Appendix B Suggestions for Technical Assistance 112
  • Annexes 121
  • Annex a Basic Factors and Conditions 123
  • Annex B Flood Control, Irrigation and Drainage 183
  • Annex C Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 275
  • Annex D - Industry 277
  • Annex E Transport and Communications *
  • Annex F Public Health 377
  • Annex H Community Planning and Community Facilities 427
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