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Private Sector Development & Investment in Iraq (CB) Paper to be presented at the IBBC Spring Confer

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Private Sector Development & Investment in Iraq (CB) Paper to be presented at the IBBC Spring Confer

Post by rocky on Fri 15 Mar 2019, 2:36 pm

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Private Sector Development & Investment in Iraq (CB) Paper to be presented at the IBBC Spring Conference 10 April


Dr Mehdi Al Alak, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers will present a paper on ‘Private Sector Development & Investment in Iraq‘ at the IBBC Spring Conference at the Mansion House, London on 10 April.

The development of an economically and socially viable Private Sector within Iraq that is supported by consistent and legitimate structures of governance is crucial for Iraq to develop into a globally competitive economy.

Delegates will receive an exclusive insight from Dr Al Alak on the Government’s planned measures and strategies to realise this ambition.
There will also be special presentations by the Central Bank of Iraq and the Basra Gas Company. 

With a strong focus on the banking and financial sector in Iraq this year, we expect the most prominent institutions from Iraq, the UK and international financial organisations involved in Iraq to attend. Other sessions will focus on Oil & Gas, human capital and capacity building.

Round-table discussions will take place with Iraqi officials where delegates can engage in concentrated debates on country specific.

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