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$25 billion had been spent on the development of the Erbil governorate in between 2004 and 2012, resulting in Continue
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Nawzad Hadi, Governor of Erbil
$25 billion had been spent on the development of the Erbil governorate in between 2004 and Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Kurdish foreign relations are in a process of quick evolution as former foes become development partners, such as with Turkey and Iran, where there have been respective degrees of rapprochement have Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
While the strong irredentist urge of the Kurdish people over the centuries has always been to have a state to call their own, the one territory to have nearly achieved this -- the Autonomous Continue
28 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Mark DeWeaver, Co-founder of Quantrarian Capital Management - a DC-based emerging markets hedge fund - and author of Animal Spirits with Chinese Characteristics: Investment Booms and Busts in Continue
Nechirvan Barzani, Prime Minister of Kurdistan Regional Government
The government of Kurdistan Region is doing everything necessary to achieve Continue
08 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
For some time the Northern Iraq city and province of Kirkuk has been the political, security and economic fault line between the increasingly autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government, and federal Continue
07 January 2013 |
Ben Novak
Driving the region's economy is Kurdistan's gas and oil reserves, estimated respectively at 100-200 trillion cubic feet and 45 billion barrels, with possibly another 25 billion potential barrels Continue
06 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Chairman of the Kurdistan Board of Investment Herish Muharam explains the political, regional and international risks facing Kurdistan and their impact on the foreign direct investments. Continue
06 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Chairman of the Kurdistan Board of Investment Herish Muharam explains the intricacies of the progressive investment law Kurdistan has adopted in 2006 and its amendments that are due in 2013. Continue
Nawzad Hadi, Governor of Erbil
$25 billion had been spent on the development of the Erbil governorate in between 2004 and Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Kurdish foreign relations are in a process of quick evolution as former foes become development partners, such as with Turkey and Iran, where there have been respective degrees of rapprochement have Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
While the strong irredentist urge of the Kurdish people over the centuries has always been to have a state to call their own, the one territory to have nearly achieved this -- the Autonomous Continue
28 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Mark DeWeaver, Co-founder of Quantrarian Capital Management - a DC-based emerging markets hedge fund - and author of Animal Spirits with Chinese Characteristics: Investment Booms and Busts in Continue
Nechirvan Barzani, Prime Minister of Kurdistan Regional Government
The government of Kurdistan Region is doing everything necessary to achieve Continue
08 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
For some time the Northern Iraq city and province of Kirkuk has been the political, security and economic fault line between the increasingly autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government, and federal Continue
07 January 2013 |
Ben Novak
Driving the region's economy is Kurdistan's gas and oil reserves, estimated respectively at 100-200 trillion cubic feet and 45 billion barrels, with possibly another 25 billion potential barrels Continue
06 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Chairman of the Kurdistan Board of Investment Herish Muharam explains the political, regional and international risks facing Kurdistan and their impact on the foreign direct investments. Continue
06 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Chairman of the Kurdistan Board of Investment Herish Muharam explains the intricacies of the progressive investment law Kurdistan has adopted in 2006 and its amendments that are due in 2013. Continue
Nawzad Hadi, Governor of Erbil
$25 billion had been spent on the development of the Erbil governorate in between 2004 and Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
While the strong irredentist urge of the Kurdish people over the centuries has always been to have a state to call their own, the one territory to have nearly achieved this -- the Autonomous Continue
28 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Mark DeWeaver, Co-founder of Quantrarian Capital Management - a DC-based emerging markets hedge fund - and author of Animal Spirits with Chinese Characteristics: Investment Booms and Busts in Continue
Nechirvan Barzani, Prime Minister of Kurdistan Regional Government
The government of Kurdistan Region is doing everything necessary to achieve Continue
08 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
For some time the Northern Iraq city and province of Kirkuk has been the political, security and economic fault line between the increasingly autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government, and federal Continue
07 January 2013 |
Ben Novak
Driving the region's economy is Kurdistan's gas and oil reserves, estimated respectively at 100-200 trillion cubic feet and 45 billion barrels, with possibly another 25 billion potential barrels Continue
06 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Chairman of the Kurdistan Board of Investment Herish Muharam explains the political, regional and international risks facing Kurdistan and their impact on the foreign direct investments. Continue
06 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Chairman of the Kurdistan Board of Investment Herish Muharam explains the intricacies of the progressive investment law Kurdistan has adopted in 2006 and its amendments that are due in 2013. Continue
Nawzad Hadi, Governor of Erbil
$25 billion had been spent on the development of the Erbil governorate in between 2004 and Continue
Nechirvan Barzani, Prime Minister of Kurdistan Regional Government
The government of Kurdistan Region is doing everything necessary to achieve Continue
28 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Mark DeWeaver, Co-founder of Quantrarian Capital Management - a DC-based emerging markets hedge fund - and author of Animal Spirits with Chinese Characteristics: Investment Booms and Busts in Continue
06 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Chairman of the Kurdistan Board of Investment Herish Muharam explains the political, regional and international risks facing Kurdistan and their impact on the foreign direct investments. Continue
06 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Chairman of the Kurdistan Board of Investment Herish Muharam explains the intricacies of the progressive investment law Kurdistan has adopted in 2006 and its amendments that are due in 2013. Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Kurdish foreign relations are in a process of quick evolution as former foes become development partners, such as with Turkey and Iran, where there have been respective degrees of rapprochement have Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
While the strong irredentist urge of the Kurdish people over the centuries has always been to have a state to call their own, the one territory to have nearly achieved this -- the Autonomous Continue
08 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
For some time the Northern Iraq city and province of Kirkuk has been the political, security and economic fault line between the increasingly autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government, and federal Continue
07 January 2013 |
Ben Novak
Driving the region's economy is Kurdistan's gas and oil reserves, estimated respectively at 100-200 trillion cubic feet and 45 billion barrels, with possibly another 25 billion potential barrels Continue