Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki government's willingness to consider any amendments serve the construction and investment process and overcome the difficulties that hinder the work of investors and private sector companies, indicating that the transition from a culture of the public sector to the free market economy needs a lot of work and legislation.
Maliki said in his speech ceremony signed investment contracts for the cities of the future (1 and 2) in the region of الدهنة and the Committee of Baghdad in the area of Dabbash, said that "the housing sector at the forefront of the priorities of the government, because the citizen who does not have the residence feel strange in his homeland and instability," calling "sector sector to invest in this area. "said al-Maliki to" the existence of projects to build housing units in addition to the efforts of the ministries of the State to build housing complexes for their employees, as well as directions to distribute the pieces of land for free between the needy and the poor in Baghdad and the provinces, "pointing out that all of these projects and trends are to solve the housing problem that has accumulated as a result of the negligence of the dictatorial regime and its policies and wars, which did not build a residential complex, hospitals and schools since 1985. "
Investment in electricity
Prime Minister stressed directed the government to invest in the electricity sector and the involvement of the private sector in this area, in order to increase the production of energy, "adding that" what has been reached to secure the investment process has not been easy, and that the transition from a culture of the public sector to the free market economy needs to be a lot of work and legislation. "and added that" there are significant efforts have been made to amend the investment law several times, "noting the government's readiness to consider any amendments serve the process of construction and investment and cringe difficulties encountered in the work of investors and private sector companies. signed yesterday, the National Investment Commission with two Blorm and Handal Alamarateten and Shamara Holding Company, the investment contracts for the cities of the future (1 and 2) in area الدهنة between Ghazaliya and torch by 30 thousand residential units, and the Committee of Baghdad in the area of Dabbash near the Kadhimiya by 20 thousand residential units.
For his part, expressed his ambassador to the United Arab Emirates Abdullah Ibrahim Al-Shehhi and managers of UAE companies are willing to expand contribute to the process of construction and reconstruction in Iraq. Between Shehhi said the aim of the contribution of UAE companies in the processes of reconstruction and construction is to strengthen relations between the two brotherly peoples, pointing out that "relations between Iraq The United Arab Emirates will be more stable and rooted, while dependent on investment and joint economic projects. " For their part, expressed directors of UAE companies participating in the project expressed their intention to increase their presence in the Iraqi market, calling on the Iraqi government to support construction projects undertaken by them, which pledged its completion deadlines. Noted that the Council of Ministers approved in its meeting of 33 on July 30 last year, the submission Chairman of the National Investment leave City project committee Baghdad (Dabbash previously) and the draft city of the future. was the Municipality of Baghdad called the investment companies in both domestic and foreign to submit proposals for the implementation of the two projects, both of which contain the implementation of the construction of housing units under construction vertical, that investment includes all aspects of the project of ways and services and built ارتكازية as water, sewage, electricity and other services. The Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers on August 4 last year, the assignment City project committee Baghdad to company Free International Investment, a subsidiary Shamara Holding Jordan, and the allocation of more than 500 acres of the project, while confirming the assignment Project Future City 1 and 2 to two Blorm real estate group Handal International independently for each of them, and allocate space for up to 200 acres.
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