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    General Electric intends to establish an academy in Iraq

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    General Electric intends to establish an academy in Iraq Empty General Electric intends to establish an academy in Iraq

    Post by Rocky Tue 26 Nov 2019, 2:52 am

    General Electric intends to establish an academy in Iraq

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    General Electric Company plans to establish a General Electric Networks Academy in Iraq to train graduates and engineers.
    A statement issued by the Presidency of the Prime Minister, on Monday, that the Prime Minister "Adel Abdul-Mahdi received the CEO of General Electric Company Jerome Pekris and his delegation."
    The statement added that the Prime Minister stressed his support for the company's projects in the electricity sector, including the project (transport networks), which the Iraqi government intends to accelerate its launch this year, which includes the construction and rehabilitation of 23 secondary stations capacity 400/132 and 132/33 and mobile stations.
    The government is seeking to provide more than 3000 jobs in the projects of secondary stations and transport networks throughout Iraq in cooperation with the American company, according to the statement.
    The statement added that General Electric will contribute to "the dismantling of bottlenecks and support the network to improve the delivery of electricity to more than four million homes throughout Iraq, as well as pumping considerable resources into the local economy through secondary contracts for implementation."
    The CEO of GE Renewable Energy, Jerome Pickries, revealed the company's intention to establish the GE Network Academy in collaboration with the Ministry of Electricity and the Ministry of Higher Education, which will train and graduate many students and engineers and prepare them for integration into the labor market.

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