Planning Saudi companies are invited to contribute in the field of mechanical industries[/rtl]
[rtl]Date of edit:: 2019/8/7 20:01 • 201 times read[/rtl]
Minister of Planning Nuri al-Dulaimi received on Wednesday a delegation from the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) headed by Abdullah bin Mohammed Al-Otaibi, executive director to support and monitor investments in the agency.
During the meeting, according to a statement of the Ministry of Planning, which received (Euphrates News) a copy, "discussed ways to strengthen areas of cooperation and investment to serve the interests of the two countries."
During the meeting, which was attended by the head of the Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control Hussein Ali Dawood, Dulaimi, "laws and legislation issued by the Iraqi Council of Ministers to provide a suitable environment for investment;
He pointed out to the "investment opportunities available in Iraq, through which it can invest Iraqi energies and provide more job opportunities for holders of degrees throughout Iraq, stressing the provision of all possible facilities to achieve the common benefits of the two brotherly countries."
For his part, the Executive Director to support and follow up the Saudi investments Abdullah Al-Otaibi on the "importance of strengthening cooperation in various fields between the two sides, stressing the readiness of Saudi companies to invest in Iraq."
On the sidelines of the visit, the Saudi delegation held a joint meeting at the Ministry of Planning with the head of the Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control Hussein Ali Dawood. National Company for Investment, including Baghdad Pharmaceutical Supplies Factory, Samarra Pharmaceutical Industries Factory, Diwaniyah Dairy Factory, and investment in agricultural fields. "
He called on "Saudi companies to contribute in the field of mechanical industries, especially modern irrigation technology projects; for their strategic benefits in the field of water conservation and the entry of investments in Iraqi industrial production, stressing the agreement to exchange these files between the two sides permanently within a period of 30 days." is over
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