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What Iraq can do to Encourage Business

At the ‘Iraq: Untapped Opportunities‘ conference in London, Charles Hollis (pictured), Director General of the Middle East Association asked a panel of leading businessmen to make one suggestion each as to how Iraq can improve its development efforts. Hans Nijkamp, VP and Country Chairman for Iraq at Shell, said the authorities need to make a […]

Iraq’s Electricity Ministry to Present 2010-2030 Master Plan

The Ministry of Electricity in Baghdad, in cooperation with consulting firm Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB), will present Iraq’s Long Term Electricity Master Plan at a 2-day conference in Istanbul on 1st and 2nd February, 2011. The 2010 – 2030 Long Term Master Plan, prepared by joint teams from Parsons Brinckerhoff and the Ministry of Electricity’s Planning […]

Iraq: “Risky but Full of Opportunity”

There is money to be made in Iraq for companies that wish to invest in correct security measures, according to leading project management specialists Parsons Brinckerhoff. Speaking during the fourth annual Construction Week Conference in Abu Dhabi, the company’s Iraq country manager Jeff Larkin told delegates that security remained a real issue for staff working […]

British Companies Targeting Kurdistan

The largest ever British trade delegation to visit the Kurdistan Region last week participated in Erbil International Fair. The delegation was lead by Sir Andrew Cahn, the Chief Executive of UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), the British government department that spearheads international trade with the UK. The mission comprised 53 representatives from 39 British companies […]