Baghdad Investment Authority grants 44 investment licenses for the industrial and agricultural sectors since 2010[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Baghdad Investment Authority announced Sunday, of which 44 investment licenses for the industrial and agricultural sectors since 2010.
"The licenses were distributed by 29 for the industrial sector and 15 for the agricultural sector," the head of the authority, Eng. Shaker al-Zamili, said in a statement quoted by the official newspaper Al-Sabah. "The Authority has plans to raise the level of production of the local market by investing, , Are two of the Authority's priorities. "
He pointed out that "the industrial sector is one of the most important sectors that the Authority is working to provide through the granting of investment licenses to international companies and local solid to increase internal expertise and push the economy and increase employment opportunities."
"Among the most important of these are water purification and bottling plants, the production of juices and soft drinks, the preparation of prepared foods, the packing and production of dates, the production of electrical cables, in addition to the rehabilitation of the Baghdad laboratory for the production of concrete and the concrete tracks of the railway."
"The projects also include the production of sanitary paper, Baghdad for the production of electric heaters and water tanks, the production of steel and the production of plastic plastics," he said, explaining the contribution of these projects to provide many jobs for the unemployed.
"The most important projects for the agricultural sector, which are completed and incomplete, are the plant tissue plantation project in the Tajiyat region. The completion rate is 100 percent. It includes a laboratory of palm trees, potatoes, cut flowers and chalk. In addition, Potato seeds in the area of Yusufiya. "
"Agricultural projects also include projects for the production of reinforced plastic pipes, which are used to irrigate agricultural lands, raise cows and poultry, produce meat, the protected agriculture project, and plastic houses, and set up model orchards, cold stores and fish farming farms," Zamili added.