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    Al-Alaq: A large international company looking to invest and develop data centers in Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Apr 2023, 4:43 am

    Al-Alaq: A large international company looking to invest and develop data centers in Iraq
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    The Governor of the Central Bank, Ali Al-Alaq, confirmed today, Tuesday, that a large international company is looking forward to investments and the development of data centers in Iraq. 
    A statement from the central bank, which was received by (Baghdad Today), stated that "the governor of the central bank, Ali Mohsen Ismail, met with a delegation from (IronPoint Iconic), one of the largest owners of data centers in the world." 
    He explained that the company "operates in more than 26 markets in the United States, Europe and Asia, and the company owns data centers for the largest international technology companies with the development and operation of those centers, including Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon." 
    The statement indicated that Al-Alaq said after the meeting that he "received a presentation from the company regarding global growth trends in the data center market, whose profits are expected to double in the next four years to reach about $720 billion." 
    And Al-Alaq indicated that "the company is looking forward to investments and the development of data centers in Iraq to facilitate the transformation of the Iraqi economy into digital." 
    He also stressed "the Central Bank of Iraq's desire to develop its infrastructure, and the need to store and operate data on Iraqi territory to protect national security, and in line with international best practices." 
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