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  • Ramadan’s Impact on the Economy: Insights for Financial Trends

    The 11th of March marked the start of Ramadan in Iraq, with most people preparing weeks in advance for the Holy month. Because this month alters the typical daily schedule of practicing individuals, it is usually expected for the economy to slow down whilst the working rhythm changes, and practicing…

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  • Interview with CEO of TOPFIBRA on Al-Narges GRP Pipe Plant

    In an exclusive interview, Mauricio Facchinetti, CEO and Co-Founder of TOPFIBRA, speaks on the collaboration with Al-Narges to produce Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) pipe plant. Al-Narges company has opened Iraq’s first factory to manufacture glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) pipes. Could you tell me more about this collaboration? I would…

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  • Iraq Develops its Infrastructure by Building Glass Fibre Pipe Plant

    https://youtu.be/CzxoJ6H6ido Narjes Group in Iraq is building the first Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) fibre pipe plant for a a new sunstainable approach. The Prime Minister, Mohammed Shia’ Al Sudani, paid a visit to the factory in Basra and proceeded with a speech to inaugurate the production of the plant. Published:…

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  • The Baghdad-Basra Train: An Iraq Travel Experience

    The Baghdad-Basra train, a key part of Iraq’s rail system, operates only three days a week, but is renowned for its impressive punctuality. To ensure the best passenger experience, an inspector thoroughly checks the train for cleanliness and readiness before each journey. The service caters to 348 passengers and is…

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  • World Food Programme and Iraq develop a mangrove nursery in Basra

    Basra – (iina) The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), in partnership with the local government of Basra, Iraq’s Ministry of Environment, and the University of Basra’s Marine Science Centre started a mangrove nursery in the tidal flats region with the capacity to produce up to one million mangrove seedlings…

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