* Iraq privatisation plans hit by global financial crisis * Iraq plans import tariffs early next year * Eyes deals with Marubeni, Daimler, ArcelorMittal By Mohammed Abbas BAGHDAD, July 28 (Reuters) - Iraq's industry chief is battling a global crisis and a deep-rooted aversion to Western capitalism as he presses ahead with privatisation to wrench the country free from past Soviet-style policies. Fawzi al-Hariri, minister of industry and minerals, says he has broken new ground by ...
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