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Korean Company Wins $3bn Contract in Basra

South Korea’s STX Heavy Industries has signed a $3bn deal to build a steel plant and gas-fired power station in Basra. The power plant will have a capacity of 500MW, while the steel plant should output 3m tons annually. The Iraqi State Company for Iron and Steel will take charge of operating the plant after […]

Strengthen Commercial Ties with India

(Sources: Reuters, Hindustan Times) Iraq’s Minister for Industry and Minerals announced the intention to strengthen commercial ties with India, following a visit to New Delhi. The state-run Indian Oil Corp (IOC) plans to import 220,000 bpd of Iraqi oil, and joint ventures worth $2bn are being investigated.

Daimler Signs Deal with Iraq to Supply Mercedes-Benz Trucks

German truck maker Daimler AG said Monday it has signed an agreement with the Iraqi government to supply Mercedes-Benz trucks and equipment for truck assembly, according to BussinessWeek magazine. Daimler, based in Stuttgart, said it will provide complete trucks and truck kits, tools and equipment for assembly, as well as technical support in the deal […]

Preparations for Holding Turkish Fair in Basra

A delegation from the Turkish companies discussed on Monday with Basra’s governor the final preparations for holding the international Turkish fair in the province, a media official said. “A delegation from the Turkish Ramsey Group held on Monday (Jan. 25) a meeting with Basra Governor, Shaltagh Abboud al-Mayah, on the final arrangements for its permanent […]

Lawmaker Invites Trade Minister to Appear Before Parliament

Legislator Hassan al-Saneed called on acting Iraqi Trade Minister Safaa al-Din al-Safi to appear before Parliament on Monday for consultations on the funds appropriated in the state budget to import ration card items. “Several areas in Iraq are complaining that they do not get these ration items and that’s why we invite the minister to […]

State Company Implements $3.3m Contracts

The state-owned al-Izz Company has signed contracts worth $3.3 million U.S. dollars with several institutions in the industry, electricity and civil society sectors, an official statement said on Sunday. “The company has signed a number of contracts with the state-run Diala Company for Electrical Industries to upgrade its computer systems, to rehabilitate its transformer factory […]

2 U.S.-funded Meat and Fish Markets Opened in Kut

Wassit Governor Lateef Hamad al-Turfa opened on Saturday two U.S.-funded meat and fish markets in the city of al-Kut. “The two projects cost around six billion Iraqi dinars,” Majid al-Itabi, the Wassit province’s information director, told Aswat al-Iraq news agency He said that the two buildings will occupy a total area of 3,250 square metres. […]

U.S. to Fund Meat and Fish Markets in Wassit

U.S. Provincial Reconstruction Team (P.R.T) will fund two buildings in central Kut city, which will be used as meat and fish markets. “The two buildings will occupy a total area of 3,250 square meters,” Majid al-Itabi, the Wassit provincial media director, told Aswat al-Iraq news agency on Thursday. He said that the first building will […]