Tag Archives | 2010

Iraqi Stability: A Year in Review

Iraq Business News has been shedding light on the investment climate in Iraq for a year. Over that period there have been numerous improvements in conditions. However, security has continued to play a major role in the business sector. Attacks and instability have persisted despite a significant reduction in overall violence in recent years. The […]

Security Review of Iraq 2010

Trends in 2010 demonstrated that violence is still a concern in Iraq. With opportunities for investment arising in 2011 the outlook for the country is fast improving, but companies looking to take part in Iraq’s economic redevelopment will have to take security into consideration if they are to succeed. Weekly Violence The above chart shows the […]

Preliminary Election Results Expected This Week

An estimated 62% of the 19 million eligible voters went to the polls in Sunday’s parliamentary elections – this was down from the 75% seen in the 2005 elections, but was still a very respectable turnout. Preliminary results should be available this week, but final official results will not be declared until the end of […]

Real Estate Budget Conflicts for 2010 Reach to ID110 Bn

Commission of solving real estate commission has exposed that its budget for the next year is around ID110 billion, while it had announced its terminating to 77,000 lawsuits out of 157,000 relating to real-estate. In an exclusive statement to as-Sabah newspaper, head of the commission Ahmed Shia al-Barak said: the commission has been capable since […]