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    Construction, energy exhibition brings international expertise to Iraq

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    Construction, energy exhibition brings international expertise to Iraq Empty Construction, energy exhibition brings international expertise to Iraq

    Post by Neno Thu 20 Mar 2014, 7:34 pm

    Construction, energy exhibition brings international expertise to Iraq
    2014-03-19 By Mahmoud al-Mulhim in Baghdad


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    International construction and energy exhibition Project Iraq brought dozens of companies to Baghdad in March. [Mahmoud al-Mulhim/Mawtani]


    The Iraqi capital last week welcomed dozens of companies from more than 10 countries to Project Iraq, an international energy and construction exhibition aimed at furthering investment and development in the country.

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    Held March 10th-12th at the Baghdad International Fairgrounds, the project by the Lebanese International Fairs and Productions (IFP) Group drew more than 10 Arab and foreign countries and 70 companies.


    "I believe it was a great opportunity for us to organise our exhibits in Baghdad, and to return to it once again after a lapse in holding our exhibits there since the 1990s," said Fadi Darwish, director of IFP Group.

    IFP Group and the Ministry of Trade plan to work together to organise other exhibits in Baghdad in the fields of medicine, automobiles, oil, gas and agriculture, he said.

    Holding the exhibit in Iraq was important because it introduced new energy and infrastructure technology into the country, he said: "The exhibit provided an opportunity for those concerned with the economic sector, whether at the level of ministries or investors, to follow up on technological developments that help in reconstruction."

    It is crucial that Iraq familiarise itself with new developments taking place in sectors like the energy field, which are useful in growing the economy, Darwish told Mawtani.


    "The exhibit will help introduce new technologies every Iraqi can make use of in the fields of electricity, energy, building and reconstruction," he said. "We are trying to improve our expertise in organising exhibits in Iraq."

    Hossam al-Shammary, head of power transformers company al-Istiqra, welcomed the chance to participate in the exhibition.
    "Taking part in the exhibit is important for us to improve our company and come in contact with other international companies," he told Mawtani.


    The exhibit was a vital opportunity for participating companies to develop their operations to suit Iraq's current needs, he said, and it also helped strengthened the bonds between the government and private sector.

    For Ahmed al-Khafajy of al-Hajj Hameed al-Rubaie Company for pumps and submersibles, the exhibition was a chance to expand companies operating in Iraq.

    "Iraq is witnessing the establishment of giant projects in different fields, including water projects," he told Mawtani. "This exhibition is an opportunity for the relevant parties to contract with companies that have vast experience."

    Mahmoud al-Baz of energy and production company Mass Group Holding said organising such specialised exhibits helps in eliminating the crises in various sectors.

    He said his company is planning for several projects in Baghdad including one in the electricity sector.

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