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    Al-Sudani invites Turkish businessmen to settle their industrial and commercial activities in Al-Faw

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    Al-Sudani invites Turkish businessmen to settle their industrial and commercial activities in Al-Faw Empty Al-Sudani invites Turkish businessmen to settle their industrial and commercial activities in Al-Faw

    Post by Rocky Thu 23 Mar 2023, 6:03 am

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    Today, Wednesday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani called on Turkish businessmen to "localize" their industrial and commercial activities in the industrial city attached to the port of Faw project, and to expedite the reservation of a site for them that would facilitate their contribution to this "promising" economic path.

    Al-Sudani's office said, in a statement received by "Tigris", that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani met today, Wednesday morning, a number of businessmen, investors, representatives of federations and officials in the Turkish private sector in Ankara, in the presence of the Turkish Minister of Trade, Mr. Muhammad Moush," pointing out Al-Sudani indicated to the audience the understandings reached with the Turkish side during the visit, stemming from a real will to move the two countries towards strengthening relations in all fields, the most important of which is the work of Turkish companies and investors in Iraq and the facilitation of trade exchange.

    According to the statement, Al-Sudani referred to "the government's work priorities, foremost of which are the service sector, housing, transportation, building schools, and joint operation of hospitals in partnership with the private sector," calling on Turkish businessmen to "contribute to infrastructure projects and promising investment opportunities."

    He explained, "The importance of the government adopting a budget for three years, which will reflect positively on the smoothness of financing for companies and ease of implementation, as well as government measures to encourage the investment environment in Iraq, and eliminate bureaucracy, red tape and corruption." It is a project whose philosophy depends on the implementation of the private sector.”

    And he talked about "the importance of the development road project, which the advisory studies indicate that it will favor a corridor transporting goods and energy in the coming years," stressing that "the Al-Faw port project is witnessing parallel implementation of detailed and supporting projects, in addition to the main project."

    He called on Turkish businessmen to "localize their industrial and commercial activities in the industrial city attached to the port, and to expedite the reservation of a site for them that would facilitate their contribution to this promising economic path, and to be part of this vital and growing region."

    The Prime Minister promised to "continue to take decisions that facilitate the work of investors, the most important of which is the decision to facilitate obtaining entry visas, and to remove any obstacles that prevent the smooth flow of economic and investment activity."

    For their part, Turkish businessmen and investors expressed their "appreciation for the Iraqi government's actions and the steps taken to encourage investment, and pledged to contribute to strategic projects, infrastructure projects and growing services in Iraq."
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