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Discussing Civil and Electrical Projects in Kurdistan with Kamaran Bakr of Civelec

Kamaran N. Bakr, CEO of Civelec, a company specialized in civil and electrical projects in Kurdistan and a leading supplier of electrical materials in the region, gives an overview of Civelec and mentions some of its upcoming projects and success stories. He also discusses international reach and talks about his wish to attract investors.

Upcoming Projects of Civelec, a Leading Supplier of Electrical Materials in Kurdistan

Kamaran N. Bakr, CEO of Civelec, a leading supplier of electrical materials in Kurdistan, mentions some of the company’s upcoming projects, including the construction of a factory for transformers and galvanizing poles, projects in Azadi substation regarding electrical feeders, projects in Central Iraq to provide mobile substations, etc.

Iraqi Kurdistan Economic Report 2016: Kurdistan’s Great Recession

Not long ago, the future looked bright for the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). Long an oasis of peace in an otherwise unstable region, by 2013 the three Kurdish provinces of Erbil, Sulaimaniyah, and Dohuk had become the most prosperous part of the country. Not only were they developing their own oil and gas resources but they were also diversifying into non-oil sectors such as cement, tourism, and real estate. In the major cities consumers were flush with cash—business was booming at shopping malls, car dealerships, gold shops, hotels, and restaurants. Iraq’s tallest apartment and office buildings were under construction. The region’s dream of becoming the “next Dubai” seemed to be fast becoming a reality.

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