Posted on 15 March 2012 .
In 2011, foreign firms and investors reported $55.67 billion in investments, service contracts and other commercial activities across Iraq — an estimated 40.3 percent increase in total deal value over the previous year.
So say Dunia Frontier Consultants (DFC) in their latest report on foreign commercial activity in Iraq. But did you know also that:
While the bad news about Iraq still makes the headlines, and with good reason, we shouldn’t forget that not all the news from Iraq is bad.
Dr. Mark A. DeWeaver
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