[size=36]The Director General of Central Markets calls for Daiko to implement its obligations to invest 5 markets in Baghdad[/size]
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, Director General of the Central Markets at the Ministry of Commerce, Muhammad Hanoun Al-Hamdani, met today, Wednesday, the representative of the Daiko International Holding Company responsible for investing in the central markets in Iraq, Majid Al-Ghazali, while calling on the company to implement its obligations to invest 5 central markets in Baghdad.
Al-Hamdani stressed, during the meeting, which was attended by a legal and administrative work team representing the two companies, "the importance of the company fulfilling its obligations according to the contract signed between it and the investment commission, to start the work in the rehabilitation and construction of 5 central markets in the capital Baghdad, after the rehabilitation operations were delayed due to conditions that you find The investing company is an obstacle to qualify those markets. "
He pointed out "the importance of implementing the joint contract between the company and the National Investment Authority, and not finding justifications that stand in the way of starting investing these important projects for the Iraqi economy," stressing that "the General Company for Central Markets will implement the conditions set forth by the joint contract between the two parties and what allows the company The investor fulfills its obligations towards the contract. "
He pointed out, "The coming period will witness more legal and administrative measures to start investment and rehabilitation operations in most of the central markets in Baghdad and the provinces after a long period of neglect."
For his part, the representative of the company, Majid Al-Ghazali, stressed during the meeting "