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"Out of the Park" - Thurs. AM KTFA Thoughts/News 2/14/19

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"Out of the Park" - Thurs. AM KTFA Thoughts/News 2/14/19

Post by Ssmith on Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:19 am


MilitiaMan » February 14th, 2019

Samson... out of the park!! Lol Look who is there and the tone.. When the IBBC says it is the largest delegation to ever be led to Iraq? Lol GB holds s nice stack of IQDs.. that was on the 10th.. Past tense.. They will meet again down the road imo lol for some high fives and arse slaps!!! Lol Let the whales feed!! Imo - MM

Samson » February 14th, 2019

IBBC completes Largest Ever Trade Mission to Baghdad

14th February, 2019

IBBC completes Trade Mission to Baghdad with largest ever delegation of UK, International & Iraqi Businesses 9-12 Feb 2019

The Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) visited numerous Iraqi government ministers and officials during a highly successful trade mission to Baghdad on 9-12 February 2019.

The delegation was the largest ever led to the Republic of Iraq by the IBBC and included meetings with the Prime Minister, H.E. Dr Adil Abdul-Mahdi and Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister H.E. Dr Fuad Hussein.

The delegation was supported by Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Iraq Jon Wilks CMG and the UK’s Department of International Trade. A reception was held for members and guests at the British Embassy in Baghdad courtesy of the Ambassador on Sunday 10 February.
Meetings were held with the following officials:

H.E. Dr Adil Abdul-Mahdi, Prime Minister

Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Dr Fuad Hussain

Minister of Health Dr Ala Al Alwan

Minister of Transport Dr Abdullah Luaibi

Minister of Electricity Dr Luay Al Khateeb

PM’s Advisory Commission

Chairman of National Investment Commission Dr Sami Al Araji

Christophe Michels, Managing Director of IBBC stated:

“We were delighted to be able to organise such a large delegation of some of the most prominent UK, Iraqi & International companies operating in Iraq to meet with essential political figures in the new administration.

“After a series of highly productive meetings and discussions across a range of sectors, we feel confident that compared to previous years, Iraq in 2019 will see a significant level of progress in investment and economic growth to the benefit of the country and its people.”

The IBBC Spring Conference at the Mansion House taking place on 10 April in London will build upon the success of this mission. We expect a high-level delegation of Iraqi government figures to attend, as well a UK government presence and numerous senior industry and academic experts. For more information and registration: https://www.iraqbritainbusiness.org/event/spring-conference-at-the-mansion-house

Numerous IBBC Member companies joined the delegation, representing the major companies doing business in Iraq, across the most important sectors of the economy:

Al Bilal Group
Al Burhan
Al Nukhba-OFS FZCO
Al Maseer Insurance
Dar Group
Exxon Mobil
Field Energy Services
Gulfsands Petroleum
International Islamic Bank
Khudairi Group
Management Partners
Menzies Aviation
Ratba’a Contracting Co. LLC
Standard Chartered Bank
Zaha Hadid Architects LINK

Indian aviation returns to Iraq after 29-year break

2019/2/14 13:29

The national carrier of Indian Air will return to Iraq for the first time since 1990, when it will land on the ground of Najaf International Airport the first aircraft.

"The presence of the Indian ambassador in Iraq (Pradeep Pradeep) and the Executive Director of Najaf International Airport, Major General Shaker al-Subaihawi, will arrive Thursday at 5 pm for the first time in Iraq, Air India through the gateway to Najaf airport The international will come from New Delhi International Airport and the line will be from [Najaf - New Delhi] and vice versa by two flights a week {Thursday - Monday}."

The Indian aviation is re-landing at Iraqi airports after a stop since 1990. LINK

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Re: "Out of the Park" - Thurs. AM KTFA Thoughts/News 2/14/19

Post by Kevind53 on Fri Feb 15, 2019 11:47 pm

To the moon!

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