December 30, 2013
Directed foreign companies to open branches and do business in Iraq, despite security concerns among foreign investors.
This was according to the Financial Times under the title of (Iraq’s chances to overcome security concerns among foreign investors)
Asahafah reported that “international companies overlook security concerns and the recent increase in violence in Iraq to set up branches and business in the oil-rich country.”
She added, “The international companies that Agrtha vast oil wealth in Iraq and the high growth rates in recent months begun works and expanded in the field of agriculture and construction in the field of energy, which is the area president of the Iraqi economy.”
She said “one of the companies that started activities in Iraq, Exxon Mobil and three Lebanese banks are Bank and Byblos Bank and Bank Audi Med.”