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This is what makes me crazy 😜 Iraq is a Gold Mine Of Financial opportunity with countless BILLIONS on the table and yet there’s an obstructionist criminal element bent on stealing as much money 💰 as they can grab with their greasy little hands. All the while not giving a damn about the country or it’s people....WTF !!!!!!!!!!! 

 

What absolute MADNESS !!!!!

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Abdul-Mahdi: Iraq's stability provides an opportunity to increase the efforts of construction and reconstruction

 
   
 
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Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said on Sunday that the stability of Iraq provides an opportunity to increase the efforts of construction and reconstruction.

"The Prime Minister received in his official office today, the President of the British-British Business Council Emma Nicholson, and discussed the joint cooperation between Iraqi and British businessmen and companies and the proposed investment projects," the media office said in a statement. in Iraq".

"The stability of Iraq provides an opportunity to increase the efforts of construction and reconstruction," the office quoted Abdul Mahdi as saying, welcoming the cooperation between Iraqi and British companies in the framework of the Business Council.

For her part, Baroness Emma Nicholson praised the developments in Iraq and the desire to expand relations of cooperation and partnership, as well as reviewed the work of the Council in Iraq and future service and health projects.

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Britain: Our companies are ready to cooperate and enter major investment projects in Iraq

07:57 - 10/02/2019

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Britain confirmed on Sunday its companies were ready to cooperate with Iraq and enter major investment projects in the field of transport. 
"Transport Minister Abdullah Luaibi chaired an extensive meeting with British Baroness Emma Nicholson in the presence of British Ambassador John Wals, as well as a number of major international companies specialized to discuss the horizons of joint cooperation in various fields of transport," the Ministry of Transport said in a statement received by Mawazine News. To the benefit of both sides. " 
"We intend to bypass the European urban barrier on Iraqi Airways," he said, adding that "big steps are being taken in this direction." 
He pointed out that "this meeting included an invitation to British companies to invest in Iraq," expressing "his hope to promote the rail sector to be an integrated transport system from northern Iraq to the south."
And that "upgrading it needs billions of dollars to make it to the required level," pointing out that "the ministry is currently seeking to maintain the existing rail network and rehabilitation to be able to meet the requirements of transport." 
"The British government considers this year as a year of business," he said, stressing that "British companies are present and ready to cooperate with Iraq and to enter into major investment projects in the field of transport."

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USA Britain, Japan, China, Russia, Canada, Germany and many other countries are ready to invest in Iraq......... They are just waiting for the right conditions (security, stability And important laws)

 

Go investment 

Go development 

Go growth 

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Private Sector Development & Investment in Iraq (CB) Paper to be presented at the IBBC Spring Conference 10 April


Dr Mehdi Al Alak, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers will present a paper on ‘Private Sector Development & Investment in Iraq‘ at the IBBC Spring Conference at the Mansion House, London on 10 April.

The development of an economically and socially viable Private Sector within Iraq that is supported by consistent and legitimate structures of governance is crucial for Iraq to develop into a globally competitive economy.

Delegates will receive an exclusive insight from Dr Al Alak on the Government’s planned measures and strategies to realise this ambition.
There will also be special presentations by the Central Bank of Iraq and the Basra Gas Company. 

With a strong focus on the banking and financial sector in Iraq this year, we expect the most prominent institutions from Iraq, the UK and international financial organisations involved in Iraq to attend. Other sessions will focus on Oil & Gas, human capital and capacity building.

Round-table discussions will take place with Iraqi officials where delegates can engage in concentrated debates on country specific.

 https://www.iraqbritainbusiness.org/
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Iraq – Financing a Modern Economy

 

 
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IBBC Spring Conference 2019

Iraq – Financing a Modern Economy 

10 April, The Mansion House, London

The Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) invites you to attend its Ninth Annual Conference at the Mansion House on the 10th of April. This year’s conference is organised in partnership with the Central Bank of Iraq and the Iraqi Private Banking League.

With a strong focus on the Iraqi banking sector, two sessions of the conference will be devoted to financial sector issues. Other areas will focus on building human capital in the public and private sector and on oil & gas.

Christophe Michels, Managing Director of IBBC states:

“The security situation in Iraq is now much improved, with a new Government in place that has a clear mandate from the people to improve governance and to provide important basic utilities. IBBC is the Iraqi Governments private sector partner of choice for developing the private sector in Iraq. We firmly believe that only private enterprise can meet the challenges facing Iraq by developing a modern economy”.

H.E. Dr Fuad Hussein, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance will lead a high level delegation alongside Dr Mehdi Al Alak, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, officials from the Central Bank of Iraq, a delegation from the Iraq Private Banks League and the Governors of Erbil, Sulamania and Karbala. A large delegation of Iraqi Businessmen from all governorates of the country will also be in attendance.

Round-table discussions will take place with Iraqi officials, including the Iraqi Governors, where delegates can engage in concentrated debates on country specific issues. As well as specific round-tables on Tech in Iraq and Women’s Group.

Dr Mehdi Al Alak, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers will present a paper on ‘Private Sector Development and Investment in Iraq‘. Delegates will receive an exclusive insight into the Government’s planned measures and strategies to realise this ambition. There will also be special presentations by the Central Bank of Iraq and Basra Gas Company.

Dr Renad Mansour, Research Fellow at Chatham House and the preeminent voice on Iraq in the UK is publishing a briefing paper specifically for the IBBC conference, discussing the short to medium term economic and political outlook for Iraq.

Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne, President of IBBC and the Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Iraq, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan & Kazakhstan will open the conference, alongside The Lord Mayor Locum Tenens, H.E. Dr Fuad Hussein, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Jon Wilks CMG, Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Iraq and Louis Taylor, Chief Executive of UK Export Finance (UKEF).

Conference Sessions & Speakers 

The Banking Sector in Iraq

Chair: Gavin Wishart, Shire Oak International

Panellists: Dr Mazen Sabeh Ahmed, Central Bank of Iraq; Mohammed Delaimy, Standard Chartered Bank; UK Export Finance (UKEF); Ali Tariq Mostaf, Iraq Private Banking League; Richard Wilkins, JP Morgan

Stock Marker & Investment Opportunities

Chair: John Kemkers, Eversheds Sutherland (tbc)

Panellists: Shwan Ibrahim Taham, Iraqi Stock Exchange; Dr Alaa Abdel Hussein Al Saadi, Iraqi Securities Commission; London Stock Exchange (tbc)

Oil & Gas

Chair: Prof. Frank Gunter, Lehigh University

Panellists: Dr Mark Wharton, Shell; Lawrence Coleman BP; Bob Dastmalchi, Chevron

Capacity Building in Iraq

Chair: Ambassador Stuart Jones, Bechtel

Panellists: Dr Renad Mansour, Chatham House; Prof. Mohammed Al-Uzri, University of Leicester; Samer Al Mafraji, AMS Iraq

Dr Mai Yamani will be presenting the closing remarks for this important event.

Join IBBC, its members and the international business and finance community for a full agenda of expert speakers, UK & Iraqi politicians and many networking and business development opportunities.

You can register and purchase tickets via the IBBC website: https://www.iraqbritainbusiness.org/event/spring-conference-at-the-mansion-house

The conference is being generously supported and sponsored by Shell, Rolls-Royce, Standard Chartered Bank and Eversheds Sutherland.

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For more information email london@webuildiraq.org or telephone 020 7222 7100.

http://www.iraq-businessnews.com/2019/03/21/iraq-financing-a-modern-economy/

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Dr Barham Salih, President of the Federal Government of Iraq gives a wide ranging interview to IBBC at the Cumberland Lodge Retreat. President Salih discusses in detail the recent general elections, including the problems of transparency and low turnout, which afflicted the vote. President Salih explains the importance of making a statement through democratic voting, despite the grievances many young Iraqis feel. He continues by touching on the significance of the government's defeat of ISIS and the implications of the failed Kurdish Referendum. He also stresses the importance of empowering young people in society and giving them confidence to influence the future of Iraq and its people.
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Iraq – Financing a Modern Economy

21st March 2019 in Construction & Engineering In Iraq, Investment, Iraq Banking & Finance News, Iraq Industry & Trade News, Iraq Oil & Gas News
Iraq – Financing a Modern Economy 
10 April, The Mansion House, London

The Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) invites you to attend its Ninth Annual Conference at the Mansion House on the 10th of April. This year’s conference is organised in partnership with the Central Bank of Iraq and the Iraqi Private Banking League.
With a strong focus on the Iraqi banking sector, two sessions of the conference will be devoted to financial sector issues. Other areas will focus on building human capital in the public and private sector and on oil & gas.
Christophe Michels, Managing Director of IBBC states:
“The security situation in Iraq is now much improved, with a new Government in place that has a clear mandate from the people to improve governance and to provide important basic utilities. IBBC is the Iraqi Governments private sector partner of choice for developing the private sector in Iraq. We firmly believe that only private enterprise can meet the challenges facing Iraq by developing a modern economy”.
H.E. Dr Fuad Hussein, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance will lead a high level delegation alongside Dr Mehdi Al Alak, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, officials from the Central Bank of Iraq, a delegation from the Iraq Private Banks League and the Governors of Erbil, Sulamania and Karbala. A large delegation of Iraqi Businessmen from all governorates of the country will also be in attendance.
Round-table discussions will take place with Iraqi officials, including the Iraqi Governors, where delegates can engage in concentrated debates on country specific issues. As well as specific round-tables on Tech in Iraq and Women’s Group.
Dr Mehdi Al Alak, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers will present a paper on ‘Private Sector Development and Investment in Iraq‘. Delegates will receive an exclusive insight into the Government’s planned measures and strategies to realise this ambition. There will also be special presentations by the Central Bank of Iraq and Basra Gas Company.
Dr Renad Mansour, Research Fellow at Chatham House and the preeminent voice on Iraq in the UK is publishing a briefing paper specifically for the IBBC conference, discussing the short to medium term economic and political outlook for Iraq.
Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne, President of IBBC and the Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Iraq, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan & Kazakhstan will open the conference, alongside The Lord Mayor Locum Tenens, H.E. Dr Fuad Hussein, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Jon Wilks CMG, Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Iraq and Louis Taylor, Chief Executive of UK Export Finance (UKEF).
Conference Sessions & Speakers 
The Banking Sector in Iraq
Chair: Gavin Wishart, Shire Oak International
Panellists: Dr Mazen Sabeh Ahmed, Central Bank of Iraq; Mohammed Delaimy, Standard Chartered Bank; UK Export Finance (UKEF); Ali Tariq Mostaf, Iraq Private Banking League; Richard Wilkins, JP Morgan
Stock Marker & Investment Opportunities
Chair: John Kemkers, Eversheds Sutherland (tbc)
Panellists: Shwan Ibrahim Taham, Iraqi Stock Exchange; Dr Alaa Abdel Hussein Al Saadi, Iraqi Securities Commission; London Stock Exchange (tbc)
Oil & Gas
Chair: Prof. Frank Gunter, Lehigh University
Panellists: Dr Mark Wharton, Shell; Lawrence Coleman BP; Bob Dastmalchi, Chevron
Capacity Building in Iraq
Chair: Ambassador Stuart Jones, Bechtel
Panellists: Dr Renad Mansour, Chatham House; Prof. Mohammed Al-Uzri, University of Leicester; Samer Al Mafraji, AMS Iraq
Dr Mai Yamani will be presenting the closing remarks for this important event.
Join IBBC, its members and the international business and finance community for a full agenda of expert speakers, UK & Iraqi politicians and many networking and business development opportunities.
You can register and purchase tickets via the IBBC website: https://www.iraqbritainbusiness.org/event/spring-conference-at-the-mansion-house
The conference is being generously supported and sponsored by Shell, Rolls-Royce, Standard Chartered Bank and Eversheds Sutherland.

For more information email london@webuildiraq.org or telephone 020 7222 7100.
(Source: IBBC)




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RT @ChathamHouse: In Iraq, it's hard to see any progress, corruption is still a key issue and ISIS is still a major threat, @renadmansour t…

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On 3/22/2019 at 9:29 AM, Butifldrm said:

 

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Dr Barham Salih, President of the Federal Government of Iraq gives a wide ranging interview to IBBC at the Cumberland Lodge Retreat. President Salih discusses in detail the recent general elections, including the problems of transparency and low turnout, which afflicted the vote. President Salih explains the importance of making a statement through democratic voting, despite the grievances many young Iraqis feel. He continues by touching on the significance of the government's defeat of ISIS and the implications of the failed Kurdish Referendum. He also stresses the importance of empowering young people in society and giving them confidence to influence the future of Iraq and its people.

Fantastic interview. Great questions, honest answers from the President himself.

 

The hopium smokers here should watch it...

 

but they won't unfortunately. 

 

Thanks, Buti.

 

 

 

 

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This is what I heard:

 

Doing business in Iraq is not easy, yet it is high risk, high rewards.

Security environment has stabilized, but bureaucracy is a problem, which is improving, to be fair.

Government has reduced bureaucratic impediments.

Corruption remains a major problem, especially for international investors, but Iraq is a highly lucrative market and has a lot of potential.

Many opportunities, great returns.

 

Totally shocking and news to me.  I had no idea about any of this.  Sounds absolutely hopeless.

Makes me wonder why some people are wasting their time, hanging around here, when the RV is such a long way off.

I gotta stop smokin' that hopium'.  😂

 

 P.S.  It was an excellent interview.

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Looks more Like financing a Modern Economy with other people’s money than with the IQD. Prove me wrong Iraq.

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2 hours ago, Botzwana said:

Because some people, not saying you, just want to spew their bile and complain and be negative.  If people truly thought it would be years away they really should do something else with their lives.  But posting hate hate hate all the time gets old.  BUT they Will still be here tomorrow doing the same.

 

Spot on Batman.😊

They are missing the jungle actually.

 

All the countries of the world  ( incl US, EU, Europe, regional neighboring countries, Russia, China) are scrambling to get in..... and then they are few haters who think Iraq is not the place to be.

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Modernising Iraq’s economy requires getting rid of corruption

Fintech (financial technologies) and Iraq’s transition to a cashless society featured prominently in discussions, on stage and off.
Sunday 14/04/2019
Participants attend a conference on modernising Iraq’s economy, organised by Iraq Britain Business Council, in London, April 10. (Nazli Tarzi)
An sense of optimism. Participants attend a conference on modernising Iraq’s economy, organised by Iraq Britain Business Council, in London, April 10. (Nazli Tarzi)

The second week of April marked two anniversaries, each commemorated for a different reason. April 9 marked 16 years since Baghdad fell and Saddam Hussein’s statue was toppled. April 10 marked 10 years since Britain’s former trade envoy to Iraq, Baroness Emma Nicholson, founded the Iraq Britain Business Council, advancing investment and trade.

The air of optimism filling London’s Mansion House, where businessmen and politicians assembled, felt in stark contrast with the public mood in Iraq. Misery hangs heavily over a society in which unemployment rates are sky high and where the value of life is no longer respected. The weight of the fallout caused by the US-led invasion of 2003 is something Iraqis continue to endure.

In London, the slogan of the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) — “Together We Build Iraq” — greeted guests at the venue.

British businesses were in strong attendance alongside Iraqi delegates led by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Fuad Hussein. There were representatives from the Iraqi Private Banks League, the Central Bank and more. The event drew major foreign players and sponsors from BP-Iraq and JP Morgan to oil giant Shell.

The conference set its sights on modernising Iraq’s economy. The aim, in the words of Iraqi Council of Ministers Secretary-General Mahdi al-Alak, was “to target the lifeblood of the economy” through sectors such as oil, energy, infrastructure and education. Alak emphasised the necessity of “coming down hard on corruption” before Iraq can turn its back on paper-operating procedures.

Fintech (financial technologies) and Iraq’s transition to a cashless society featured prominently in discussions, on stage and off. The success of fintech, however, depends heavily on the behaviour of the ruling political class.

Corruption has consistently stood in the way of effective governance and trade but those are barriers that speakers promised would be resolved to the benefit of both Britain and Iraq. The drive towards economic diversification was another promise that rests on the state’s commitment to fighting corruption so state revenues can be more evenly distributed beyond the oil and gas sector.

Although politics was strictly off the agenda, speakers commended Iraq’s security forces for defeating the Islamic State last October.

Endemic corruption, lawless militias, soaring birth deformities, abnormal cancer rates and dilapidated services, all major problems in the country, were nowhere to be seen on the agenda.

The economic consequences of conflict, which existing and preceding governments in Iraq have inherited, have proven profoundly challenging. The problem is exacerbated by corruption, which stunts domestic growth.

Iraq’s economic freedoms and the collapse of many of its productive state-owned enterprises, due to American-style reforms, have eroded many of the rights formerly enjoyed by local Iraqi businesses. Trade barriers in place that had protected them no longer exist.

Hussein praised the equal presence of Iraqis and Brits, barely mentioning the uneven relationship between his country and the United Kingdom. It is of critical importance to note that no regulatory framework determining trade rules, co-investments or healthy competition exists.

As wealthy British Iraqis are presented with invaluable opportunities to invest in their ancestral lands, at such events, one cannot erase from recent history the memory of the suffering of native businessmen and women in farming, psycho-social care or copper production — many of whom are unsupported by the state.

The head of one Iraq’s private banks said a rapid expansion of private banks, which he said stands at 74, has done little to strengthen the dinar or enhance domestic banking performances, compared with global standards.

“It just means that more people want a share of the pie,” said the owner of the Iraqi private bank, who did not wish to be identified.

“The sale and auction of the US dollar is another major problem,” the banker added, referring to a practice that Iraq uses to exchange the dollars Iraq receives in oil income to dinars through private banks. The practice is particularly harmful because it lacks transparency and invites unvetted actors. It has facilitated money laundering and weakened exchange rates. Still, the auctioning of the dollar is something the central bank has dogmatically defended.

The Iraqi street, whose concerns have been loudly voiced and whose anger has been seething for some time, was strategically kept out of the debate.

The course of the day fell in line with similar conferences, from Kuwait to Iraq, during which host countries proudly brag about the investment funds they wholeheartedly believe will help Iraq to fulfil its role in the global economy.

However promising the idea brought to IBBC’s roundtable this year, the question on the minds of concerned citizens is whether Iraq’s allies, international partners and friends will continue to turn a blind eye to the single greatest obstacle to economic prosperity and trade — corruption.

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It seems that the threat of ending corruption is nothing more than only a threat.(Maliki still breathing). Possibly giving investors the impression it's more safe and come on in.       

 

When they really don't have any intention to stop the cash flow to the corrupt..imo 

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13 hours ago, Roper said:

It seems that the threat of ending corruption is nothing more than only a threat.(Maliki still breathing). Possibly giving investors the impression it's more safe and come on in.       

 

When they really don't have any intention to stop the cash flow to the corrupt..imo 

That is my take on it. Until Maliki is arrested, it is all just talk and small fish. 

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Iraq at the Business Forum of the Arab - British Chamber

 
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The delegation of the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce participated in the Business Forum of the Arab-British Chamber held in London, where the delegation included the Board of Directors of the Chamber, the Chambers and more than 60 women, businessmen and traders.

The head of the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce Jaafar al-Hamdani said during his speech during the forum that "investment opportunities available in the fields of industry and agriculture are attractive elements of the Iraqi labor market and British companies can enter the Iraqi market and investment in more than a production and service complex."
 
Investment Law
Al-Hamdani pointed out that "the investment law gives a lot of facilities to the investing companies and that the security situation is stable and Iraq is ready to attract companies wishing to invest." The delegation also met with the charge d'affaires of the Iraqi Embassy in London. 
The event coincided with the launching of the conference of the Iraqi-British Businessmen Center (IBBC) with Iraqi participation through Iraqi companies and businessmen. The conference was attended by the Chamber's delegation and members of the National and Joint Chambers of Commerce and businessmen. 
 
Side events
For his part, the Chairman of the Iraqi Business Council - Alaa Al-Nouri, said "a group of side meetings held on the sidelines of the conference delegations involved in various economic fields, and also met with a delegation of representatives of British companies" 
The Iraqi-British Business Council is a strong network of some of the most important international companies as well as the main Iraqi and British chambers of commerce and chambers. The Council enjoys the highest level of support from governments and the European Union.
 
Investment projects
The Nouri said that "the delegation provided detailed explanations on investment projects and trade in the province of Baghdad and the possibility of the Council to provide full support to British companies and businessmen wishing to implement strategic and investment projects in Iraq."
Building on the commitment to make Iraq a thriving country, the British Iraqi Business Council (IBBC) has established very strong relationships to benefit the business, industry and citizens of Iraq. The NIA also provides full support to the Iraqi-British Business Council (IBBC) to achieve its objectives.
The council is seeking stronger business partnerships than ever between companies operating in Iraq and Britain and organizations that benefit each and help in particular to improve the business and educational environment for the development of the country.
 
The Council also facilitates and promotes international trade and investment throughout the UK and Iraq, and acts as a catalyst for private sector growth through the transfer of deep knowledge and the development of education and training infrastructure in the country.
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2019/04/20 22:34
 

Abadi speaks to Fisk about the project of political victory in building the state of institutions

http://almasalah.com/ar/news/169283/العبادي-يتحدث-لفيسك-عن-مشروع-النصر-السياسي-في-بناء-دولة-المؤسسات

 

BAGHDAD / The obelisk: President of the coalition of victory Haidar Abadi for meeting Saturday British journalist Mr. Robert Fisk.

The obelisk publishes the text of the prostration:


Haider Al-Abadi @HaiderAlAbadi
The British journalist, Robert Fisk, received on Saturday the vision of the political, economic and security situation in Iraq and the region and the continuation of our political project that believes in the state of institutions and how to preserve Iraq's influential role in the international community and the region.

 

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 2019/05/09 10:03:30

Karim, the leading provider of Smart Car Reservation in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as Turkey and Pakistan, participated in the Iraq-British Business Council Conference on Information Technology, held recently in Baghdad under the theme "Together We Build Iraq". 
Karim participated in the conference through the participation of its Director General in Iraq, Mr. Mohammed Al-Hakim, at a panel discussion on "Consumer Technologies and Technologies", presenting an overview of the company's march in Iraq starting with launching its services in Baghdad and reviewing solutions Which she created to address the challenges that accompanied her career, taking advantage of her business model based on cutting-edge technology and its Internet-based platform.
On the sidelines of this participation, Al Hakim invited young entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs who are still in their initial stages of communication with Kareem to benefit from their support through workshops and training courses on entrepreneurial skills, business fundamentals and skills such as business planning and planning. The development of business models, the presentation of project ideas to investors, and attracting investments in line with the tasks of companies and to contribute to prepare them to embark on a successful career, and to ensure the acceleration of the operation and growth of their companies and sustainability.
The participation of Kareem was of great importance to the conference as a platform for gathering experts, stakeholders, experts and models to inspire, discuss and disseminate knowledge about the potential, opportunities and means of transfer of technology and know-how to stimulate the private sector and promote its diverse projects based on the latest technologies, In raising communities and empowering their children with useful products and services. It also comes from Karim's keenness to be present in similar events that will inspire the participants and the participants, especially the youth.
"We are proud to participate in the conference, which is an important annual event, which allowed us to review Karim's journey and values based on the company's commitment to continue to invest in the Iraqi market and expand to cover a wider geographical area," he said. "It aims to be a source of strength and inspiration to lead to a significant and sustainable economic and social impact through its services that will improve the level of services provided within the transport sector and provide more than 100,000 income-generating opportunities in various Iraqi cities in the coming years."
The IBBC is a charity that facilitates trade and investment between the UK, Iraq and internationally. The Council manages several conferences, panel discussions and discussion tables on various sectors, particularly infrastructure, telecommunications and information technology, with the aim of promoting best practices and international standards and transferring knowledge to make Iraq a prosperous and pluralistic free country by establishing strong relations with many Various countries to benefit the business and industry sectors in Iraq.

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