[size=36]It will provide 5,000 job opportunities.. Industry announces the signing of a contract to establish an industrial city in Karbala[/size]
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, Friday, The Ministry of Industry confirmed the signing of a development contract to establish an industrial city in the holy Karbala that would provide 5,000 job opportunities, as part of a government orientation to establish similar cities in each governorate.
The Director-General of the Industrial Cities Authority, affiliated to the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, Hamed Awad Muhammad, said in a statement to the official agency, "After activating the Industrial Cities Authority, the Authority was able, during a record period, to establish an industrial city for each governorate, and among these governorates is the Holy Karbala, where a contract for the development of the city was signed." An industrial model specialized in the petrochemical, engineering and mechanical industries, with an area of 5,300 dunums," noting that "this city will hopefully provide about five thousand job opportunities."
Muhammad added that "the city will be attractive to investment and includes a large number of industries and industrialists, as it is served by infrastructure and is close to the holy Karbala refinery," noting that "it will provide many industries that were imported from abroad, as the contract was signed and is currently in the process of laying the foundation stone during the next week." ".
He added, "Industrial cities have been established in the remaining provinces," noting that "we announced today an opportunity to develop Wasit, a smart city with an area of five thousand acres, and we sent invitations to all Iraqi and foreign developers to engage in the development of this industrial city."
He pointed out that "in the remaining stage, the procedures will be completed with the sectoral departments, the State Real Estate Department and the General Secretariat, and then opportunities will be announced in all governorates of Iraq, such as Babil, Muthanna, Diwaniyah, Nineveh and Salah al-Din, and the next stage will be the stage of industrial cities." Ended 29/A 4