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Prime Minister Barham Salih will visit the UK next month to speak at a major international conference on trade and investment in the Kurdistan Region.
Kurdistan president, Dr. Berham Salih, discussed the double relations between his region and Turkey, and ways to develop reinforce these relations with the Turkish consul in Erbil. According to a press statement issued by the region government, the two sides discussed opening the airway between Sulaimania, Erbil and Turkey to improve travel for citizens, companies […]
France’s cement maker, Lafarge, has invested $600 million to upgrade production in two Iraqi cement companies.
President of Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani ratified on Wednesday the 2010 budget
All pending oil problems with the Kurdistan region will be resolved soon, the official spokesman for the Iraqi Oil Ministry said.
Kurdish and federal Iraqi officials have agreed on potential mechanisms for paying oil firms operating in the Kurdish north but the proposals must be approved by the Iraqi cabinet.
Heritage Oil is to dig its Miran West-2 test well in Kurdistan deeper than originally planned after results proved much less productive than the adjacent test well.
He said that trade exchange between Turkey and Iraq’s Kurdistan hit $9 billion since 2009, adding a free market will be opened on the border point between the two sides.
Iraq’s Kurdistan region is ready to start exporting oil at a rate of 100,000 barrels per day as soon as a new Iraq government is formed, its Natural Resources Minister Ashti Hawrami said today.
Heritage Oil, this month will sell its Ugandan operations for $1.35bn after more than a decade of development work. writes Miles Johnson in the Financial Times The cash will be used to pay investors a special dividend of between 75p and £1 per share, and to delve into fresh projects in Africa and the Middle […]
The world’s biggest steel maker ArcelorMittal said Tuesday it plans to build a 130-million-dollar steel plant in Kurdish northern Iraq in partnership with the Turkish company Dayen. ArcelorMittal “signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a joint venture with Turkish partner Dayen to build a steel mini-mill with electric furnace in Sulaimaniyah,” a city in […]