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  • James's Avatar
    Today, 01:52 PM
    Here is also a good weekly report from the Iraqi Depository Center.
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Today, 06:34 AM
    By John Lee. US Energy Secretary Rick Perry spent the last two days trying to convince the Iraqi government that it’s in its best interest to cut energy ties with Iran. But according to a report from*Washington Examiner, his efforts have had limited success. Perry tweeted: “In bilateral meetings with Iraqi President @BarhamSalih, Prime Minister Abdul-Mahdi, and Speaker Mohammed Al-Halbousi I reaffirmed that the U.S. stands ready to assist the Iraqi people in transitioning from Iranian energy dependence to using their full domestic energy potential.” Iran is Iraq’s neighbor and an important supplier of the natural gas that fuels the nation’s electric grid, which is crucial to Iraq’s economy and oil industry. More here. (Source: Washington Examiner) Source: Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 03:55 AM
    On Wednesday 12th December, the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) was pleased to host a first meeting between the British Chambers of Commerce and Chamber of Commerce & Industry representatives from the Kurdish Region of Iraq. Erbil Chamber of Commerce is a founding member of IBBC and the IBBC is now the affiliate Chamber for Iraq of the British Chambers of Commerce. Liam Smyth, International director represented the British Chambers. Dr Dara Al Khayat, Chairman Erbil Chamber and Chairman of the Kurdish Federation of Chambers of Commerce & Industry was joined by the Chairmen of Sulaimani and Dohuk Chamber of Commerce. The work of all the Chambers was discussed and in particular areas where the KRG requested UK involvement was identified.* Apart from oil and gas and utilities there was much discussion about the agricultural and food processing potential of the region. In addition mining, tech and textiles were also put forward as sectors which foreign investment would be most welcome. Both sides looked forward to continuing engagement with each other to mutual benefit. (Source: IBBC) Source: Post your commentary below.
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