Wednesday, 03 April / April 2013 19:42
[Muthanna - where]
Search Premier Muthanna Abdul Latif al-Hassani with Chairman of the National Investment Sami al-Araji, ways to develop and increase investment opportunities in the province.
According to a statement to the provincial council received the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Wednesday that "al-Hassani, and during a meeting in his office today Araji discussed with him to expand and increase investment opportunities include tourism projects in addition to the industrial and agricultural sectors and other sectors."
For his part, Chairman of the Commission said that "Muthanna characterized by more provinces granted investment opportunities and said that cement plant Doha and one of the biggest and greatest projects implemented in Iraq to invest in more than thirty years in addition to other projects," expressing hope "granting new investment opportunities, especially as the province have the skills to the success of the investment project, such as the presence of tourist areas as Lake Sawa and archaeological sites scattered across the province as the site of Uruk. "
With praised provincial council chairman according to the statement "the role of Muthanna Investment Commission and its attempts to increase investment opportunities through expanded investment map of the province to include other sectors such as agriculture, called cooperation between the province and the federal government to enact laws that encourage the investor to invest in the province, especially as the province of more provinces safe.
Hassani and vowed to "support investment and investors by all means by the provincial council that projects have positive returns on the people of the province through the operation of the unemployed and benefit from the product being a high technical specifications."
The statement pointed out that "the meeting was attended by Director General of Muthanna Investment Commission just Yasiri and chairman of the investment committee of the provincial council Majid Abdullah Sadod". Ended.
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