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Iraq Investment Climate Assessment 2012

ASSET SALE ASSET SALE PROCEEDS AUCTION AUCTIONS BANK LOAN BANKING SYSTEM BANKS BEST-PRACTICE BINDING CONSTRAINT BONDS BOOK VALUE BUDGET DEFICITS BUSINESS ACTIVITY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS INDICATORS BUSINESS LEADERS BUSINESS LICENSES BUSINESSES BUYER BUYERS CAPABILITIES CAPACITY FOR SECURITIES CAPITAL INVESTMENT CAPITAL INVESTMENTS CAPITAL MARKET CAPITAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT CAPITAL STOCK CAPITAL STRUCTURE CASH FLOW CENTRAL BANK CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE CIVIL WAR COLLATERAL COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES COMPETITIVENESS CONFLICTS OF INTEREST CONNECTIVITY CONTINGENT LIABILITIES CORPORATE TAXES COUNTRY TO COUNTRY CREDIBILITY CUSTOMS DATA LIMITATIONS DEBT DEBTS DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS DIVIDENDS DOMESTIC COMPETITION DOMESTIC ECONOMY DOMESTIC INVESTORS DOMESTIC MARKET DUE DILIGENCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC LIBERALIZATION ECONOMIC REFORM ECONOMIC REFORMS ELECTRICITY EMPLOYMENT ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT ENTERPRISE SURVEY ENTREPRENEURSHIP EQUIPMENT EXCHANGE RATE EXPOSURE EXTERNAL AUDITORS FAIR COMPETITION FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FINANCIAL CRISIS FINANCIAL FACTOR FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FINANCIAL STATEMENT FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN FIRMS FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTORS FOREIGN OWNERSHIP GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS GLOBAL ECONOMY GLOBAL MARKETPLACE GLOBAL MARKETS GOVERNANCE INDICATORS GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP GOVERNMENT REFORM GOVERNMENT SUPPORT GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HOUSING HUMAN CAPITAL INCOME INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING INNOVATION INSPECTIONS INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INSURANCE INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICES INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INTERNATIONAL TRADE INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW INVESTING INVESTMENT CLIMATE INVESTMENT CLIMATE REFORM INVESTMENT CLIMATE REFORMS INVESTMENT POLICY IPO JOB CREATION JOINT VENTURES LABOR COSTS LABOR MARKET LAND OWNERSHIP LAWS LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL ISSUES LEGISLATION LICENSES LIQUIDATION LOCAL CAPITAL MARKET MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MANUFACTURING MARKET CONDITIONS MARKET CONSTRAINTS MARKET GOVERNANCE MATERIAL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MICROFINANCE MOBILE PHONE MOBILE TELEPHONE MONETARY POLICY NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATURAL RESOURCES NET LOSS NETWORKS NEW PRODUCT OPERATING EXPENSES OPERATING PERMITS OUTPUT OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE PHYSICAL LOCATION POLITICAL STABILITY PORTFOLIO PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PRIVATE SECTOR GROWTH PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION PRIVATIZATION PRIVATIZATIONS PROCUREMENT PRODUCT INNOVATION PRODUCTION PROCESSES PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC AUCTION PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS RAPID GROWTH REAL ESTATE REGIME CHANGES REGIONAL TRADE REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT REGULATORY REGIMES RELIABILITY RESULT RESULTS RETENTION SALES TRANSACTIONS SAVINGS SEARCH SECONDARY MARKETS SECURITIES SECURITIES REGULATION SECURITY ARRANGEMENTS SETTLEMENT SHAREHOLDERS SITES STOCK EXCHANGE STOCK MARKET SUPPLY CHAINS TAX TAX ADMINISTRATION TAX RATES TAXATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL STAFF TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT TELECOM TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY TELEPHONE TELEPHONE PENETRATION TRANSACTION TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP TRANSITION COUNTRIES TRANSITION COUNTRY TRANSITION ECONOMIES TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT TRANSPORT SYSTEM TREASURY WATER SUPPLY WORKING CAPITAL WORLD DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Iraq
2017-10-25T14:54:40Z | 2017-10-25T14:54:40Z | 2012

Despite decades of war and instability, Iraq's abundant natural resources, strategic geographic location and cultural history endow Iraq with tremendous potential for growth and diverse economic development. Driven by windfall oil revenues in recent years, the Government of Iraq has invested heavily in rebuilding the infrastructure of the country, and its abundant oil reserves ensure that progress can continue steadily. This report was initiated at the request of the Iraqi government to assess the local investment climate and identify those high priority factors which most significantly impede private sector development in Iraq, in an effort to prioritize the recommended investments, institutional and regulatory reforms which would most significantly contribute to sustainable private sector growth and increased productivity.

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