By John Lee.

The National Investment Commission (NIC) has announced the following investment opportunities:

(Source: National Investment Commission)

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By Michael Knights, for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Any opinions expressed are those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.

Kadhimi’s Rolling Reshuffle (Part 2): Protecting Iraq’s Economic Institutions and Borders

On September 14, Baghdad announced a range of strategic leadership appointments for institutions tasked with overseeing Iraq’s economy, borders, and anti-corruption efforts-a list that includes banks, customs authorities, airports, seaports, land crossings, municipal bodies, investigative committees, and more.

The ambitious scope of the appointments and the centralized manner in which they were made says a great deal about Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi’s commitment to changing the corrosive status quo in Baghdad.

The question now is whether his government can withstand the coming pushback from militia and political elements who benefit from that status quo. The following is a digest of the new technocratic appointments and their implications; see Part 1 of this PolicyWatch for a discussion of Kadhimi’s recent military reshuffling.

Click here to read the full article, which includes details of the new appointments.

The post Details of PM’s New Appointments to Key Institutions first appeared on Iraq Business News.

By Michael Knights, for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Any opinions expressed are those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.

Kadhimi’s Rolling Reshuffle (Part 2): Protecting Iraq’s Economic Institutions and Borders

On September 14, Baghdad announced a range of strategic leadership appointments for institutions tasked with overseeing Iraq’s economy, borders, and anti-corruption efforts-a list that includes banks, customs authorities, airports, seaports, land crossings, municipal bodies, investigative committees, and more.

The ambitious scope of the appointments and the centralized manner in which they were made says a great deal about Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi’s commitment to changing the corrosive status quo in Baghdad.

The question now is whether his government can withstand the coming pushback from militia and political elements who benefit from that status quo. The following is a digest of the new technocratic appointments and their implications; see Part 1 of this PolicyWatch for a discussion of Kadhimi’s recent military reshuffling.

Click here to read the full article, which includes details of the new appointments.

The post Details of PM’s New Appointments to Key Institutions first appeared on Iraq Business News.

By John Lee.

The National Investment Commission (NIC) has announced the following investment opportunities:

(Source: National Investment Commission)

The post New Investment Opportunities in Iraq first appeared on Iraq Business News.

By John Lee.

The National Investment Commission (NIC) and the State Company for Petrochemical Industries have announced the following investment opportunities:

(Source: National Investment Commission)

By John Lee.

The National Investment Commission (NIC) has announced the following investment opportunities:

(Source: National Investment Commission)

By John Lee.

Iraq’s National Investment Commission (NIC), along with the State Company for  Electrical & Electronic Industries (Al-Wazeriyah), has announced new investment opportunities in Iraq:

We Announce about the two investment opportunities as below :-

  1. Manufacture, assemble the Air condition system
  2. Security seals, Measurement ruler.

So for the companies which desire to contract visit the investment department in the company and bring all required documents .

all offers will be opened after (30) days .

For more information please visited :

Website: www.sceei.gov.iq

E-mail: info@sceei.gov.iqsales@sceei.gov.iq / sceei@yahoo.com

investment@seic.industry.gov.iq

Regards .

05.05.2020

Address : Iraq – Baghdad – Alwazeriyah – industrial Zone

Email:info@sceei.gov.iq / sales@sceei.gov.iq

Website :www.sceei.gov.iq

(Source: NIC)

By John Lee.

Iraq’s National Investment Commission (NIC) has announced an investment opportunity for the construction of a commercial site in Bismayah City:

According to investment law no. 13 for the year 2006 as amended and its regulations, NIC is pleased to announce the investment opportunity of Constructing a commercial Site in Bismayah City – Zone A with total area of 10 dunams

Local and foreign companies willing to invest in this opportunity are invited to apply through filling in the Investment application form available on the NIC website: www.investpromo.gov.iq and provide all the documents mentioned in the application within (30) days from the date of publishing this announcement knowing that winning investor shall undertake the fees of local official newspapers announcements.

Required documents

  • application form (stamped and approved by the Administration dept. of the National Investment commission) with a buying receipt of the application form
  • Executive briefing
  • Economic feasibility study
  • Financing plan guarntied by a credited financial institution
  • Implementation Timetable
  • Company establishment papers and its final records with a briefing of its work history (legal person)
  • Copies of ID and passport of the investors (natural person)
  • Copies of ID and passport of the company representative
  • A list of the similar works previously implemented by the company or the investor (4 maximum)

For any further information please visit the NIC premises- Ones Stop Shop dept. located at Baghdad – (IZ next to Avicenna Hospital) or send email to: oss@investpromo.gov.iq or contact number 07706771719

(Source: NIC)

By John Lee.

Iraq’s National Investment Commission (NIC), in coordination with the General Committee for Free Zones, has announced the following investment opportunities:

  • The expansional area in Khor Al- Zubair on the land lot No. (13/8 M 44 Hila and 1/3, 2/2, 1/3 M 20 Shaawan) with total area of (20,364,200 M²) that is overlooking khor Al- Zubair stream and adjacent to the sea port and the Fertilizers company with only 55 km paved distance from Safwan border point and full covered by the power grid services.
  • Qaem [al-Qaim] Free zone , on the land lot No. (133/7533 M 21 Deyom Al- maneai) with total area of (430,000 M²) , the land is adjacent to Qaem Border Point and near to Electricity and water sources and close to the center of Qaem District while only (25) km distant from Ukaz gas field.
  • Lands allocated for free zones in Qaem – Ukashat , on the land lot No. (133/7533 and 11/5 M 21 Deyom Al- maneai) with total area of (6,612,500 M²) , the land is adjacent to Qaem Border Point that is only 20 paved kilo meters distant from its strategic location which is close to the Phosphates factory in Ukashat near Ukaz Gas field.

Willing investors are invited to apply through sending their applications to the One Stop Shop dept. of NIC oss@investpromo.gov.iq or by visiting the General Committee for Free Zones in Baghdad – Nidhal Street – White palace next to the Building of the General Committee for customs.

(Source: NIC)