Foreign Firms Win $290m Hospital Deals

By John Lee.

Iraq’s Ministry of Health has announced that it will build two 400-beds hospitals in the provinces of Kirkuk and Muthanna.

Azzaman reports that the Ministry has signed contracts totalling $290 million with foreign companies to build the hospitals, which are part of a plan to construct 11 such facilities.

A Turkish firm is to build the hospital in Kirkuk at a cost of $145 million, while a German firm will build the Muthanna hospital at a cost of $145 million.

(Source: Azzaman)

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