Baghdad / term
The head of the Turkish Joint Iraqi Chamber of Commerce, Firas al - Hamdani, 250 Turkish companies want to work in Iraq, noting that the Turkish - Iraqi Committee will begin its work soon.
He said al - Hamdani in a press statement on Sunday that " the joint committee , which was formed from the House of Representatives and the Embassy Turkish Turkish - Iraqi Chamber recently, will start its work during the coming period, to address the challenges that bedevil the reality of cooperation between the two countries , " pointing out that " the Commission is looking at the beginning of the matter to organizing conference brings together the investment Authority in Iraq and Turkish companies to stand up when the investment challenges and how they can facilitate the investment process in Iraq. "
He pointed out that the "Turkish companies have a great desire to work in Iraq and showed more than 250 approval of the company to participate in an exhibition in Baghdad in the coming months, to connect with local businesses and display their capabilities in the areas of competence to be close to the actual field of work, and this is very important .
The work in Iraq is now more than 600 Turkish companies are an economic and trade different in Basra and Kurdistan and other work, and 77 companies , including working in the Badra oil field, while the trade exchange between the two countries is estimated at 12 billion dollars , half of them with the Kurdistan region before sweeping the organization Daesh north and west Iraq , the summer of 2014
and show a lot of global and regional companies desire to achieve participation to work in Iraq while moving the latter , according to officials to develop a clear vision of the future to work during the next phase, activating the technical and marketing aspects of the preparation of studies and extrapolations local market and the needs of sectors pain Beneficiary and follow the methods and modern methods in the definition of activities and capabilities and promoting stereotypes and stereotypes of products which will benefit the country 's economy.
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