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Kurdistan Region of Iraq Report

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You cannot build an instant country, but since the 2003 fall of the Hussein regime, the autonomous Kurdistan region has been accomplishing something close to this with its rapid pace of business and infrastructure Continue
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Abdulla Gardi, President and CEO of Senk Group, Iraqi Kurdistan
Most roads were old and there is a great need to renew and rebuild these roads, as well as Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Abdulla Gardi, President and CEO of Senk Group discusses the tendering process, business climate in Iraqi Kurdistan and the strategy of Senk Group. The president's vision is to become the top Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Albeit untouched, the international isolation and 30 years of limited investment, has left Iraqi Kurdistan struggling with aging infrastructure. Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Azad Mustafa Hussain, Vice-Chairman of Mass Global Investment Company chalks out the growth of the group that is responsible for 22 hour electricity supply in Iraqi Kurdistan and is the largest Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
You cannot build an instant country, but since the 2003 fall of the Hussein regime, the autonomous Kurdistan region has been accomplishing something close to this with its rapid pace of business Continue
20 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom is building a high-speed broadband ADSL network in Erbil and Dohuk and laying more than 1,500 kilometers of fiber-optic cable, according to the Newroz Telecom website. Continue
28 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Rebaz Zedbagi, partner at Senk Group, talks about road construction in Iraqi Kurdistan. Continue
Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom
Newroz group is a regional telecom group. When Newroz Telecom began their operation in Continue
08 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Imagine it is 2005 and the Internet penetration rate of Kurdistan (KRG) is near to zero, the only telecom was the government monopoly entity with aging exchanges and no fiber optics. Continue
Rebaz Zedbagi, Partner in Senk Group
Kurdistan is a baby tiger growing in the mountains of the Middle East and it is the second Continue
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Abdulla Gardi, President and CEO of Senk Group, Iraqi Kurdistan
Most roads were old and there is a great need to renew and rebuild these roads, as well as Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Abdulla Gardi, President and CEO of Senk Group discusses the tendering process, business climate in Iraqi Kurdistan and the strategy of Senk Group. The president's vision is to become the top Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Albeit untouched, the international isolation and 30 years of limited investment, has left Iraqi Kurdistan struggling with aging infrastructure. Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Azad Mustafa Hussain, Vice-Chairman of Mass Global Investment Company chalks out the growth of the group that is responsible for 22 hour electricity supply in Iraqi Kurdistan and is the largest Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
You cannot build an instant country, but since the 2003 fall of the Hussein regime, the autonomous Kurdistan region has been accomplishing something close to this with its rapid pace of business Continue
20 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom is building a high-speed broadband ADSL network in Erbil and Dohuk and laying more than 1,500 kilometers of fiber-optic cable, according to the Newroz Telecom website. Continue
28 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Rebaz Zedbagi, partner at Senk Group, talks about road construction in Iraqi Kurdistan. Continue
Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom
Newroz group is a regional telecom group. When Newroz Telecom began their operation in Continue
08 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Imagine it is 2005 and the Internet penetration rate of Kurdistan (KRG) is near to zero, the only telecom was the government monopoly entity with aging exchanges and no fiber optics. Continue
Rebaz Zedbagi, Partner in Senk Group
Kurdistan is a baby tiger growing in the mountains of the Middle East and it is the second Continue
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Abdulla Gardi, President and CEO of Senk Group, Iraqi Kurdistan
Most roads were old and there is a great need to renew and rebuild these roads, as well as Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Abdulla Gardi, President and CEO of Senk Group discusses the tendering process, business climate in Iraqi Kurdistan and the strategy of Senk Group. The president's vision is to become the top Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Albeit untouched, the international isolation and 30 years of limited investment, has left Iraqi Kurdistan struggling with aging infrastructure. Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Azad Mustafa Hussain, Vice-Chairman of Mass Global Investment Company chalks out the growth of the group that is responsible for 22 hour electricity supply in Iraqi Kurdistan and is the largest Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
You cannot build an instant country, but since the 2003 fall of the Hussein regime, the autonomous Kurdistan region has been accomplishing something close to this with its rapid pace of business Continue
20 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom is building a high-speed broadband ADSL network in Erbil and Dohuk and laying more than 1,500 kilometers of fiber-optic cable, according to the Newroz Telecom website. Continue
28 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Rebaz Zedbagi, partner at Senk Group, talks about road construction in Iraqi Kurdistan. Continue
Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom
Newroz group is a regional telecom group. When Newroz Telecom began their operation in Continue
08 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Imagine it is 2005 and the Internet penetration rate of Kurdistan (KRG) is near to zero, the only telecom was the government monopoly entity with aging exchanges and no fiber optics. Continue
Rebaz Zedbagi, Partner in Senk Group
Kurdistan is a baby tiger growing in the mountains of the Middle East and it is the second Continue
Load More
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Abdulla Gardi, President and CEO of Senk Group, Iraqi Kurdistan
Most roads were old and there is a great need to renew and rebuild these roads, as well as Continue
Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom
Newroz group is a regional telecom group. When Newroz Telecom began their operation in Continue
Rebaz Zedbagi, Partner in Senk Group
Kurdistan is a baby tiger growing in the mountains of the Middle East and it is the second Continue
Jonson S. Ayo, Minister of Transportation and Communications of Kurdistan Region of Iraq
The Minister reveals his greatest worries and also plans in order to improve the state of Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Abdulla Gardi, President and CEO of Senk Group discusses the tendering process, business climate in Iraqi Kurdistan and the strategy of Senk Group. The president's vision is to become the top Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Albeit untouched, the international isolation and 30 years of limited investment, has left Iraqi Kurdistan struggling with aging infrastructure. Continue
26 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Azad Mustafa Hussain, Vice-Chairman of Mass Global Investment Company chalks out the growth of the group that is responsible for 22 hour electricity supply in Iraqi Kurdistan and is the largest Continue
28 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Rebaz Zedbagi, partner at Senk Group, talks about road construction in Iraqi Kurdistan. Continue
05 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Minister of Transportation & Communications of Iraqi Kurdistan talks about the main infrastructure and transportation projects that are to transform the public transport system in Erbil, Continue
05 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Minister of Transportation and Communications of Iraqi Kurdistan talks about the main responsibilities of the Ministry and the strategic transportation projects in Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan. Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
You cannot build an instant country, but since the 2003 fall of the Hussein regime, the autonomous Kurdistan region has been accomplishing something close to this with its rapid pace of business Continue
20 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom is building a high-speed broadband ADSL network in Erbil and Dohuk and laying more than 1,500 kilometers of fiber-optic cable, according to the Newroz Telecom website. Continue
08 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Imagine it is 2005 and the Internet penetration rate of Kurdistan (KRG) is near to zero, the only telecom was the government monopoly entity with aging exchanges and no fiber optics. Continue
06 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
A prominent area of early investment since 2006 has been in the lucrative real estate sector. Continue