He called on the Vice-President of the Commission of Economy and Investment parliamentary Harith al-Harthy, Tuesday, concerned the establishment of the Baghdad International Fair that Astqdmoa companies interested in the interests of Iraq, regardless of the states to which they belong those companies.
He said Al-Harthy for "Sky Press," that "there is a large investment projects in some industrial, commercial and investment States and Iraq that calls for solid companies could perpetuate the projects be confident that they will develop the country's projects, especially in the Baghdad International Fair, which is a great opportunity to invest and the introduction of international companies. "
"We do not care the names of countries, but concerns us the agreement, contracting and quality of the plant and the amount of production and cost and continue to maintain the production lines of any state."
He pointed out that "many well-known industrial countries could serve Iraq, such as Germany, China, Korea, Japan and others."
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