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Al-Ani to British Minister of State: The investment law allows the British companies to invest in Iraq

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Al-Ani to British Minister of State: The investment law allows the British companies to invest in Iraq

Post by claud39 on Fri Jan 25, 2019 8:44 am

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Al-Ani to British Minister of State: The investment law allows the British companies to invest in Iraq


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Trade Minister Mohammed al-Ani said Friday that the investment law allows British companies to invest in Iraq. 
"Trade Minister Mohammed al-Ani met with British Secretary of State for Near Eastern and North African Affairs Alistair Burt, and discussed with him the development and activation of economic relations with the United Kingdom," a trade ministry statement said. 
"The Iraqi investment law allows the British companies to invest in Iraq well and we have a full desire to develop investment projects to serve the public interest of the two countries," he said, noting that 'the ministry has public companies in the field of cars and construction and exhibitions need coordination and cooperation with British companies to develop '.
He pointed out that "our priority in the ministry is the modernization of mills and silos, which was established in 1982 and we need with the population growth to modern storage facilities and sophisticated, to meet the needs of citizens," noting the importance of developing economic relations and increasing trade exchange between Iraq and Britain. 
"We are working to encourage British investments in Iraq and lift obstacles through the implementation of the government program and the lifting of customs obstacles," he said. 
"We are also working to find common areas of business and our trade relations have been successfully tested and challenged, and after Iraq has achieved its victory over terrorism, we hope to have a significant role in the development process in Iraq," Burt said.

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Al-Ani: Investment law allows British companies to invest in Iraq well

Post by claud39 on Fri Jan 25, 2019 8:58 am

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Minister of Commerce Mohammed Hashim al-Ani said that the investment law allows British companies to invest in Iraq well. He pointed out that the Ministry's priority is to update the mills and silos. Al-Ani met with British Secretary of State for Near East and North Africa Alistair Burt. And activating economic relations with the United Kingdom. Al-Ani said during the meeting, "The Iraqi investment law allows British companies to invest in Iraq well and we have a full desire to develop and develop investment projects to serve the public interest of the two countries," noting that " Public companies guardian in the automotive and construction exhibitions need to coordinate and cooperate with British companies to develop them. "Said al-Ani, in a press interview was briefed by the" Covenant News "," Our priority in the ministry is to update the mills and silos that were established in 1986 and we need with the population growth to modern and sophisticated storage places to meet the needs of the citizens, "he said, noting the importance of developing economic relations and increasing trade exchange between Iraq and Britain. "We are working to encourage British investments in Iraq and remove obstacles through the implementation of the government program and lifting customs barriers," he said. "We are also working on finding common areas of business and our business relations, Rate challenges faced successfully and after Iraq achieved a victory against terrorism, we hope that we have a major role in the process Altmanip in Iraq. "

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