Iraqi firms looking for British partners
A delegation of 10 Iraqi firms from the construction, energy, pharmaceutical, motor and agriculture industries will visit soon in the UK in order to create new business partnerships with British firms.
According to the <i>Building</i>, a total of four construction companies from northern Iraq will join this government-sponsored trade mission.
The Iraqi construction firms are led by the Diyar Group, which has a turnover of $60 million. It is now working on a number of US-funded reconstruction projects. The other companies are Serwan, which has projects throughout Iraq, and Bareaz and Kasra, which both work mainly in the north.
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