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Report on Iraqi Infrastructure

Infrastructure continues to be the key focus of reconstruction efforts in Iraq, as the country grapples with electricity shortages, a scarcity of housing and insufficient transport links. In BMI’s view, improving core economic social infrastructure provision should help place the country on the path to economic normalcy. The key areas of focus continue to be: […]

Report on Iraqi Telecommunications

BMI’s Q1 2011 update on Iraq’s telecommunications market provides comprehensive coverage of recent developments in the country’s mobile, fixed-line telephony and internet sectors. This quarter sees our five-year growth forecasts for the country’s telecoms service sectors extended through to the end of 2015. Our new mobile subscriber forecast for Iraq incorporates the latest subscriber data, […]

Iraq Oil & Gas Report

Business Monitor International (BMI) has published a new report on the oil industry in Iraq. Summary: BMI forecasts that Iraq will account for 10.27% of Middle East (ME) regional oil demand by 2015, while providing 11.56% of supply. Middle East regional oil use of 4.98mn b/d in 2001 will rise to an estimated7.40mn barrels per […]

Iraq Business Forecast: "Oil Deals Will Drive Long-Term Growth"

Business Monitor International (BMI) has published a new report on business in Iraq. Summary: The oil sector contracts signed between Iraq and international energy companies in 2009 reflect the first stirrings of what the oil and gas industry hopes will be the reestablishment of a strong working relationship. Following years of underinvestment as a result […]