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    Al-Kinani: Al-Sudani created competition among international companies operating in Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Fri 24 Mar 2023, 5:22 am

    [size=45][size=41]Al-Kinani: Al-Sudani created competition among international companies operating in Iraq[/size]
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    Political analyst Hussein Al-Kinani saw that the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, dealt with balance and created competition between international companies by contracting with more than one company from different countries to work inside Iraq and develop the energy and service sectors.
    Al-Kinani said in a press interview seen by “Takadum”, that “the Sudanese government has an orientation towards many countries and their companies operating in various specialties, and this openness does not intend to exclude any party, as planning is underway to enter in all fields, the most important of which is the energy sector with the aim of developing electricity.”
    He added, "The government went towards the German company Siemens to develop the energy sector, and in parallel with this company, it also went towards other companies in the same sector, which creates a state of global competition."
    And he indicated that "the Sudanese dealt with balance in the file of contracts with companies from China, Germany and even America, away from any political pressures, as the economic and service side that the citizen awaits was thought of."
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