NIC Prepares a List of Iraqi Companies Willing to Cooperate with the Japanese Side

NIC Prepares a List of Iraqi Companies Willing to Cooperate with the Japanese Side

For Implementing the MOU between NIC and JCCME
NIC Prepares a List of Iraqi Companies Willing to Cooperate with the Japanese Side

NIC prepared a list of Iraqi companies willing to cooperate with the Japanese side to create investment partnerships between the two friendly countries within the framework of implementing the MOU signed between NIC and the Japanese Center for Cooperation with the Middle East (JCCME) at the end of last year during the second Arab- Japanese conference held in Tunisia.
An NIC official source said that the list included a number of big companies which has the capability to partner with the Japanese companies in most sectors to implement investment projects all over the country, the list will be submitted to the Japanese responsible side adding that the Japanese side had already provided a list of over 50 Japanese companies like (Toyota, Hitachi, Cosaki, Toshiba) that are willing to work in Iraq especially in fields like energy and infrastructure.
The official source added that the commission is continuing in holding the bilateral meetings with the representatives of the (JCCME) in order to discuss mechanisms of implementing all MOU articles in a way that serves both countries benefits referring to the possibility of holding future bilateral meetings between the Iraqi private and public sectors in a side and the Japanese private and public sectors in the other side encouraging both to create fruitful economic partnerships.
NIC also showed its readiness to submit all facilities guaranteed by investment law No. 13 for the year 2006 and its amendments for Japanese companies willing to invest in Iraq.