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3rd Phase of Nahrawan Industrial Complex to Start

By John Lee. The third phase of construction at the Nahrawan industrial complex is soon to be launched, reports AIN. Directorate General for Industrial Development at the Ministry of Industry, Hadi al-Hassan, said: "The Directorate will invite companies related to the Ministry including al-Faris Company and the General Company for Design and Industrial Construction to […]

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Japan Funds Clean Water in Baghdad

Over 400,000 people including displaced receive clean water in Baghdad thanks to generous funding from Japan The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Governorate of Baghdad have completed the rehabilitation of the primary water supply infrastructure in Al Nahrawan District, where water shortages and lack of clean water have exposed displaced people and the […]

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Domiz Syrian refugee camp in Dohuk (pic, Intl Rescue Committee)

Restrictions on IDPs Worsen Shiite-Sunni Divide

By Shelly Kittleson for Al-Monitor. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. Restrictions on Iraq's displaced people worsen Shiite-Sunni divide Shiite Turkmen who fled Islamic State (IS, ISIS, ISIL) beheadings in northwestern cities have traveled several hundred kilometers to places of pilgrimage and […]

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Baghdad Province Accommodates Refugees

By Patrick Schmidt. The Baghdad local government has announced the opening of refugee camps in Al-Nahrawan for those who are fleeing the violence of the Islamic State (IS) in the north. The complex cost $4.3 million dollars and can house up to 1,000 families with facilities including schools, hospitals, shops, and recreational facilities. "The complex […]

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Weekly Security Update 31 July - 06 August 2013

By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk COUNTRY OVERVIEW This reporting period has been somewhat quieter in Iraq with a significant drop in the number of high impact attacks and shootings.  There remains a daily churn of violence that affects predominantly the northern and central belts yet the intensified bombing campaigns would appear to have slackened, […]

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First Baghdad Industrial City Starts Construction

Baghdad's Provincial Council has started construction on the first industrial city in the Iraqi capital on Saturday, according to a report from AKnews. The council announced its plan last October to build the $250m (291bn IQD) city in Nahrawan district, to the south of Baghdad. The area is being built by the Iraqi company Majd […]

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Industrial City to be Built Near Baghdad

The planning commission of the provincial council of Baghdad announced the construction of an industrial city of approximately 2,000 donums (500 hectares) in the Nahrawan area, south of the Iraqi capital. According to AKnews, the project will be built by the Iraqi company Majd al-Ard, and will cost around $250 million USD (293.3 billion IQD). […]

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Korean Companies Committed to Iraq Housing Construction

A Korean delegation represented by the chairmen of companies specializing in the construction of housing units visited Baghdad within the framework of the NIC (National Investment Commission) One Million Housing Unit project. NIC Chairman, Dr. Sami Al- Araji, stressed the Koreans seriousness in implementing the One Million Housing Unit project, saying that the NIC had […]

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