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    Development Road Project Financing: Financial Sustainability and Attracting International Investors

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    Post by Rocky Sat 20 Apr 2024, 5:05 am

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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: The “Development Road” project, which Turkey is enthusiastic about, aims to link it between the Arabian Gulf and Europe via Iraq, and is expected to have a significant financial impact comparable to the financial returns achieved by oil-producing countries.
    This project is considered part of the economic vision of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, through which he seeks to enhance trade and economic communication in the region.
    The “Development Road” project includes a network of railways and highways linking the port of Al-Faw in Iraq and the port of Mersin on the Mediterranean in Turkey. The length of this network is expected to be 1,200 kilometers, and the total cost of the project is estimated at approximately $17 billion. A number of countries neighboring Turkey and Iraq are expected to participate in the project.
    Through this project, Turkey aims to strengthen its role as a major hub for trade and transportation between East and West, and achieve greater economic independence. In addition to the expected positive economic impact, the implementation of the project could enhance economic and political cooperation between Turkey, Iraq and other participating countries.
    It is important for Türkiye to resolve some of the outstanding issues with Iraq in order to achieve its desire to implement the project successfully. For example, Turkey must move cautiously regarding military operations in border areas that affect security and stability in Iraq. The issue of Iraq's water share from the Tigris and Euphrates rivers must also be resolved, as this issue is considered sensitive and could affect relations between the two countries.
    Iraq should exploit this opportunity to its advantage by providing an attractive investment environment for the countries participating in the project. Iraq's role should not be limited to just being a trade corridor, but should seek to provide an active role in developing infrastructure and enhancing logistical capabilities to make the most of the project.
    Among the expected advantages of the “Development Road” project for Turkey, Iraq and other participating countries:
    1. Enhancing trade and economic communication: The project will provide a direct and effective link between the Arabian Gulf and Europe, enhancing trade and economic exchange between the participating countries. The new network will provide opportunities to develop trade relations and increase the volume of trade exchange and investments.
    2. Economic development: The project is expected to have a significant economic impact on Turkey and Iraq by increasing investment opportunities and promoting economic growth. Participating countries will be able to exploit potential economic advantages in various sectors such as transportation, logistics, tourism and manufacturing industries.
    3. Regional cooperation: The project enhances economic and political cooperation among the participating countries. The success of the project will require close cooperation and coordination between the countries involved with regard to foreign policy, trade, transportation and security. This cooperation may enhance regional stability and strengthen bilateral relations between countries.
    4. Diversifying energy sources: The project can play an important role in diversifying energy sources and providing energy security for participating countries. Railroads and highways can be used to transport oil, natural gas, and petrochemical products between producing regions and global markets.
    5. Social and environmental impact: Project implementation can create new job opportunities and improve the standard of living in the surrounding areas. It can also contribute to the development of infrastructure, social and environmental services in affected areas.
    However, some potential challenges facing the implementation of the “Development Road” project should be taken into account, including:
    1. Security and stability: Project implementation may be affected by security tensions and conflicts in neighboring Iraqi regions. The stability of the surrounding areas and securing the project's logistical corridor should be taken into account to ensure the safety and continuity of transportation.
    2. Political challenges: Political challenges may arise regarding cooperation and coordination between the countries participating in the project. Differences in policies and interests may emerge between countries, and this may require diplomatic efforts to achieve understanding and cooperation.
    3. Environmental issues: Project implementation may cause negative environmental impacts, such as air and water pollution and degradation of local ecosystems. Actions must be taken to reduce negative environmental impacts and implement measures for environmental conservation and sustainable development.
    4. Social and cultural issues: The project passes through socially and culturally diverse areas, and this may impact local communities. The impact of the project on the rights of local residents and community development must be taken into account, and the availability of employment opportunities and shared benefits for local residents must be ensured.
    5. Financing and economics: Financing the project is a challenge, as the cost of its implementation is high. Türkiye and the participating countries may need significant investments and cooperation with private companies and international investors to finance the project and ensure its sustainability.
    These are some of the potential challenges that could face the implementation of the “Development Road” project. These challenges must be addressed seriously and agreed upon by the participating countries, and effective strategies must be adopted to deal with them in order to ensure the success of the project and achieve the benefits resulting from it.
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