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PostSubject: American companies are looking to expand their investments in Kurdistan   Tue Oct 23, 2018 9:58 pm

American companies are looking to expand their investments in Kurdistan

During a meeting with the businessmen of Cord in Arbil ...

23/10/2018 - 20:13 Economy / Kurdistan



Delegates visited a number of American companies Erbil to meet the businessmen of Cord to invest in various fields in the Kurdistan Region.

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Kurdistan Region and the US Consulate General in the Kurdistan Region on Monday between US and Kurdish investors in Erbil to discuss possible areas of economic and trade cooperation in the region.

"This event demonstrates the deepening of trade relations between the United States and the Kurdistan Region, and renewed interest in trade and investment here," US Consul General in Erbil, Steve Vaughan, said in a speech.

"I really hope that the members of the delegation during their visit to know more and expand their investments in the Kurdistan Region."

The US consul also stressed "the strong commitment of the United States to the stability and prosperity of the Kurdistan Region."

"The organization has brought 35 people from 20 different companies from the United States to Erbil to connect with local businessmen and look for investment opportunities," said David Tavori, head of the Inter-American Investment Commission (KIA).

"We come every year and bring US companies. Unfortunately, last year we could not come because the airports were closed. Kurdistan is an open market for businesses and companies are looking for good opportunities where they can invest."

Established six years ago in the construction, construction, hospitality, oil, gas, defense and security sectors, the organization has visited Kurdistan several times.

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