Commentary by Michael Diaz, Jr., Halim Gebeili, and Arti Sangar
Daily Business Review
August 1, 2012
As Iraq recovers from decades of war, U.S. businesses are taking a close look at potential investment opportunities. Project financing is particularly important, as Iraq needs new power plants, housing developments, roads, bridges, ports and telecommunications systems. Because security is still a concern, many savvy investors and service providers are paying particular attention to Kurdistan, the semi-autonomous northern region that has a favorable business climate.
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