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Anbar Postpones Investment Conference

Due to current events in Anbar province and throughout Iraq, Al-Anbar Investment Commission (AIC) announced today that it is postponing its third annual international conference which was scheduled for February 16, 2013 in the city of Erbil, Kurdistan, Iraq. The Commission’s Board of Directors decided it would be best to postpone the conference. This decision […]

New Date for Anbar Investment Commission Conference

Anbar Investment Commission (AIC) announced today that it is postponing its third annual international conference which was scheduled for December 15-17, 2012 in the city of Erbil, Kurdistan, Iraq. The Commission’s Board of Directors met yesterday and decided it would be best to postpone the conference to allow for greater participation and sponsorship. Many companies […]

Bids Sought for New City in Anbar

Iraq’s National Investment Commission (NIC) in cooperation with Anbar province and Anbar Investment Commission has announced several investment opportunities within the new Habbaniya [Habaniya] city in Anbar, with a total area of 16,000 acres: The project is a complete city and contains: 5,000 horizontal housing units; 11,000 vertical housing units; Schools (kindergartens, primary, intermediate, secondary […]

Harnaz Sponsors Anbar Investment Conference

Harnaz Group is pleased to announce its strategic level sponsorship of the Al Anbar 2nd Annual International Investment Conference to be held in Istanbul, Turkey on October 24-26. Harnaz Group which operates in several sectors such as pharmaceuticals, power, construction, insurance and general trading, has achieved and maintained a leading strategic position in Iraq. With […]

Anbar to Provide Affordable Internet Services to its Citizens

The Anbar Investment Commission said on Tuesday said that it plans to provide internet services to its citizens at affordable prices. Arkan Khalaf al-Tarmouz, the chairman of the committee, told AKnews that the investment project will provide a high-speed internet service at a cost of $70 per month [82,000 Iraqi dinars], eventually falling to 10,000 […]