Jordanian company wins $40 million construction deal in Iraq


2021/09/27 15:56

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Baghdad / Obelisk: The Jordanian Ministry of Public Works and Housing announced, on Monday, September 27, 2021, that Iraq awarded two construction projects in Baghdad to Jordanian companies, with a total value of more than 40 million dollars.

The Minister of Public Works and Housing, Yahya Al-Kasabi, said that the investment environment in Iraq is ripe for Jordanian companies to work in.

He added that the recent visit of the Jordanian delegation, which included representatives from the housing, construction, contracting and construction industries sector to Iraq, will have a direct impact on the economy of the two countries through development partnership projects in various fields.

He added that it was agreed with Iraqi officials to frame and enhance cooperation between the two sides in various fields in line with the government’s keenness to reverse royal directives to enhance cooperation and partnership with Iraq in various fields.

He explained that Iraqi officials and representatives of the construction and investment sectors reiterated the need to create an investment environment for Jordanian companies, and the availability of opportunities, incentives and facilities.

He pointed out that the Iraqi government is fully prepared to remove any obstacles facing Jordanians and companies working in Iraq.

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