INVESTMENT IN THE KURDISTAN REGION
The Kurdistan Region of Iraq has enjoyed unprecedented development since the removal of the previous regime in 2003.
The KRG has taken advantage of increased interaction with the international community to explore a wide range of economic activity, reserving a lynchpin role for foreign investors, multinational companies, and public private partnerships.
To facilitate such growth, the KRG passed a number of forward-looking pieces of legislation, including the Kurdistan Region Investment Law and the Kurdistan Region Oil & Gas Law, designed to ensure that the private sector is the engine of a free market economy.
From tourism to manufacturing, to agriculture and transportation, Kurdistan is ready to have others play a bigger role in its economic future, which in turn helps buoy the economic base and stability for all of Iraq. It is indeed the perfect location for a regional base, profitable work in developing infrastructure or launching new businesses outright.
For investment enquiries please visit the website of the Kurdistan Region Board of Investment. The Kurdistan Region Investment Law outlines the Region’s policy for direct investment, and has been instrumental in promoting economic growth.
Headquarters Erbil City
Beside the Ministry of Culture and Youth
60″m circle street
(00964 66) 2531559, 253 5010, 2564214
info. Dep. : (00964 66) 2559202
opposite to Chwar Chra Hotel
(00964 66) 264 2118
In front of Mashxalan Masjid
(00964 53) 318 17 23 , 318 17 24
near the Technical Institute
(00964 62) 7627175, 7627013
Erbil Chamber of Commerce
President: Mr Dara Jalil Khayat
Tel: +964 (0)66 2222014, +964 (0)66 2222162, +964 (0)66 2230671
Visiting address: Aras Street, Chamber of commerce BLDG., Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq
Slemani Chamber of Commerce
President: Mr Sirwan Mohamed Mahmood
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Tel: +964 (0)53 312 3293 / 3772 / 6845. Fax: +964 (0)52 312 6985
Visiting address: Sulaimany Salim St, Opp. Sulaimany Museum, SCC Building, Kurdistan Region, Iraq