Published On: Sun, May 19th, 2013

Infrastructure & Construction in Iraq.. 1st summit after elections




The Iraq Infrastructure & Construction Summit will take place 22-23 May in Dubai, just after the Iraq local elections

With less than a month to go, the Iraq Infrastructure & Construction Summit hosted by global summit organiser, IRN will take place 22-23 May at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai. Supported by the Deputy Prime Ministers Office, Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of Construction and Housing, Ministry of Municipalities, Ministry of Planning, Ministry of Youth & Sport, Reconstruction & Development Bureau, National Investment Commission, Baghdad Provincial Council, UK Trade & Investment, and British Water

This senior-level meeting will be looking to be joined by leading members of the Iraqi government with a grand opening from:

H.E. Deputy Prime Minister (for Services) Dr. Saleh Al-Mutlag
H.E. Minister of Transportation Hadi Al Amiri
H.E. Ministry of Construction and Housing, Mohammed Darraji
H.E. Deputy Minister of Planning, Dr. Mahdi Al-Alak
H.E. Deputy Minister of Communication, Amir Albayati



The Iraq Infrastructure & Construction Summit has drawn interest from International investors as well as the Iraqi region as the summit aims to cover key topics such as:

  • An overview of Iraq’s current infrastructure & construction developments and the upcoming targets and plans
  • Understanding the investment opportunities and practical methods for foreign investors
  • Clarifying Iraqi laws for foreign investors and methods to assist with investments
  • Taking an in-depth look at each of Iraq’s sectors and understanding the needs of the market and how foreign services can help meet the demands

Introducing PPP’s: what they can offer and how they can transform Iraq’s infrastructure and construction sectors

For more information about the summit and for registration inquiries, please contact Jessica Jonah at JessicaJ(at)irn-international(dot)com

WWW.IRAQSUMMIT.COM
Dubai, UAE (PRWEB UK) 26 April 2013

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