Dubai welcomes Iraqi ministers to discuss water and waste-water management issues with leading experts
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, November 20 - 2012 at 14:32
- PRESS RELEASE
The Iraqi government needs to mobilise $186bn in investment by 2014 to improve utilities and infrastructure throughout the country, with investment in water sector projects aimed at improving water treatment, sewage management, desalination and irrigation set to grow by 5% annually.
Hosted on the 10th December 2012 at the Amwaj Rotana Hotel in Dubai, the event will include expert analysis of the water sector in Iraq as well as discussions on the challenges both government and foreign investors face in implementing successful projects.
Project Director, Antonios Al Achkar said, "Iraq's water sector is a hotbed for investment; however the project tendering, implementation and completion process can leave investors frustrated at the lack of transparency between them and project owners. Water Iraq 2012 is a platform for both Iraqi ministers and foreign investors to meet and discuss upcoming water projects in an environment conducive for business in an aim to become more transparent and effective in delivering clean water and sanitation services to the Iraqi population."
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