Iraq Just has to Work Better

"[Iraq] doesn't have to be perfect, it just has to work better."

Those were the words this week of BBC's World Affairs Editor, John Simpson, a man very familiar with the workings of Iraqi society. And while no country is perfect, we can find a long list of countries that work better than Iraq at the moment.

That's a problem, but also an opportunity for the people and businesses that can transform Iraq into a properly-functioning country.

LUKoil, for example, is developing facilities at educational, medical and sports institutions in the districts bordering its West Qurna-2 project; CMA CGM Group is about to open a major new trans-shipment depot in Baghdad, which will improve the movement of freight; and two hotel groups have announced their intention to expand operations in Iraq.

Iraq has made big improvements in recent years, but much remains to be done -- how can you or your business help?

If you're considering taking that step into the Iraqi market, Upper Quartile and AAIB are the perfect team to help you. For more information please contact Gavin Jones or Adrian Shaw.

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