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    Advisor to the Prime Minister: Iraq is a fertile environment for projects, and there is an expansion

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    Post by Rocky Sun May 05, 2024 5:01 pm

    Advisor to the Prime Minister: Iraq is a fertile environment for projects, and there is an expansion of investor desires

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    Advisor to the Prime Minister for Investment Affairs, Executive Director of the Iraq Fund for Development, Muhammad Al-Najjar



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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Advisor to the Prime Minister for Investment Affairs and Head of the Iraq Fund for Development, Muhammad al-Najjar, confirmed on Saturday that Iraq is a fertile environment for projects and there is an expansion of investors’ desires to enter it. 
    Al-Najjar said in a statement reported by the official news agency, and seen by Al-Iqtisad News, that “the government has taken an approach that has intensified efforts to invite many countries and companies to invest in Iraq, and Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani is taking advantage of his foreign tours, the latest of which is his participation in the World Economic Forum in Saudi Arabia, with great work and activity to support... Investing in Iraq by inviting companies to enter Iraq.”

    He added, "The economic forum in Riyadh, which was held recently, was attended by a large number of decision-makers from companies and countries that will have a clear role in entering Iraq," noting, "Iraq in the forum focused on 3 main topics, which are energy, agriculture, and information technology." .

    He pointed out that "the Prime Minister's visit during his participation in the forum held in Riyadh included political meetings and many economic files were raised," noting that "Iraq has begun to compete with many countries of the world by inviting investors to come to the country."

    He pointed out that "Iraq has great investment opportunities amounting to $450 billion allocated to projects that need marketing, with the aim of attracting capital."

    He stated, “There is a strong desire from Saudi investors to enter and expand their work in Iraq,” explaining, “The large Iraqi market is full of opportunities, especially in the field of industry, and Arab and international companies can establish factories in the country.”

    He continued, "Iraq is a country fertile with investment opportunities and has begun to gradually rise on the economic map among countries in light of the current government's continuous work to improve the economic and investment situation."



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