Iraq expects decline in foreign investment in 2013
- Iraq: Monday, October 29 - 2012 at 07:58
Iraq's National Investment Commission has said foreign investment in the country is set to drop slightly to $35bn this year, as potential investors, including its Gulf neighbours, hesitate in the face of the continuing regional tensions and political insecurity, Zawya Dow Jones has reported. "Last year, that number was slightly more... at about $37bn," the commission's vice chairman, Salar Ameen told the news service. "The Saudi companies have shown interest in the agriculture sector, but nothing has been signed. Qatari investors expressed interest in the energy sector, and in building a petrochemicals plant, but that remains intentions so far," he added.
- OMRAN drives new tourism projects in Oman
- GCC countries to link traffic systems
- Aramco selects L&T for Midyan gas deal
- Omantel launches Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE smartphone
- QNET intends to expand its operations in region...
- HP Enterprise Services signs global agreement...
The information comprised in this section is not, nor is it held out to be, a solicitation of any person to take any form of investment decision. The content of the AMEinfo.com Web site does not constitute advice or a recommendation by AME Info FZ LLC / 4C and should not be relied upon in making (or refraining from making) any decision relating to investments or any other matter. You should consult your own independent financial adviser and obtain professional advice before exercising any investment decisions or choices based on information featured in this AMEinfo.com Web site.
AME Info FZ LLC / 4C can not be held liable or responsible in any way for any opinions, suggestions, recommendations or comments made by any of the contributors to the various columns on the AMEinfo.com Web site nor do opinions of contributors necessarily reflect those of AME Info FZ LLC / 4C.
In no event shall AME Info FZ LLC / 4C be liable for any damages whatsoever, including, without limitation, direct, special, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages, or damages for lost profits, loss of revenue, or loss of use, arising out of or related to the AMEinfo.com Web site or the information contained in it, whether such damages arise in contract, negligence, tort, under statute, in equity, at law or otherwise.