الخميس، 20 أكتوبر، 2011

Find out how Iraq plans to deliver it's $186bn 5 year development plan

EMAD HANI ISMAEEL
                 Ph.D. in Technologies for the Exploitation
                 of the Cultural Heritage .
                 Senior Lecturer in the Dept. of ArchitectureE-mail:        emadhanee@yahoo.com

                 College of Engineering , University of Mosul 
                 Mosul - Iraq .

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From:
Edmund O'Sullivan <meed_emap@conferences.emap.com>
To: emadhanee@yahoo.com
Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 3:38 PM
Subject: Find out how Iraq plans to deliver it's $186bn 5 year development plan
Iraq Infrastructure Projects 2011
A guide to project opportunities in the non-energy sector in Iraq and the regions
Conference days 5 - 7 December 2011, Sheraton Atakoy Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey
www.meed.com/events/iraqprojects
Register today : Quote 12783-D16-EM4-2 when registering

Dear Dr Hani,

With the growth and rush into Iraq, I thought I would share with you the confirmed the speakers, agenda and opportunities presented by MEED's Iraq Infrastructure Projects 2011 . Taking place at the Sheraton Atakoy Hotel in Istanbul Turkey, join ministries, contractors, consultants, legal and finance experts as they discuss the next wave of projects in Iraq's non-energy sector.


View full programme and speakers here
  • Meet H.E. Mohammed Sahib Al-Daraji, Minister of Construction and Housing as he details the plans for the housing sector, advances made and opportunities represented in this lucrative sector.
  • Kurdistan strategic update: track record, opportunities and developments in the Kurdish non-energy sectors discussed by Peshawa Said Abdullah, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Finance & Economy, KRG
  • Opportunities in Basrah: Hear from Dr. Haider Al-Fadhel, President, Basrah Investment Commission about opportunities in priority sectors and key barriers for doing business
  • Hear from Helal A Alqurayshi, Director, Railways (Iraq Republic Railways) from the Ministry of Transport
  • Legal and Finance – a panel discussion covering Iraq's main barriers to entry from experts currently working in Iraq
Learn from contractors and consultants who are currently operating in Iraq and Kurdistan, learn about their challenges, and their commercial successes so far!

Essential topics include:
  • Iraq's National Development Plan – where the plan is and what you can expect next?
  • The Kurdish business environment – infrastructure opportunities from the Ministry of Finance & Economy Challenges and opportunities coming for railway, road and airport projects 
  • Refining your strategy in Iraq: experiences in financing, security and insuring your initiatives
  • Addressing private sector involvement: funding realities, uncertainties and investor appetite
  • Critical issues to consider when doing business in Iraq: legal requirements, costs and securing a workforce
and much more! View the full brochure here

For a speedy registration go online or simply email http://conferences.emap.com/_act/link.php?mId=A91037462086934204412976312219&tId=9442980. Alternatively contact a member of the team on +971 (0) 4 390 0699 and they will talk you through the registration

If you're breaking into the Iraqi projects market, make sure that don't miss this important event.

I look forward to meeting you in December!

Kind regards,

Edmund O'Sullivan
Chairman
MEED Events

P.S. Become a sponsor alongside Lafarge and Hill International – contact Gina Kersyte on +971 (4) 390 0971 or email here to find out more information

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