Now Launching MEA Multi-Sector Trade Mission to Kurdistan 9th to 13th October 2016

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MEA KURDISTAN 04 AUG 2016Now Launching MEA Multi-Sector Trade Mission to Kurdistan 9th to 13th October 2016

The Middle East Association, in partnership with the Kurdistan Regional Government UK Representation and CT Trade Missions, will be leading a British business development programme to Kurdistan from 9th to 13th October and coinciding with the Erbil International Trade Fair.
About the mission
This multi-sector Mission is strategically timed to coincide with the Erbil International Trade Fair, the largest Exhibition in the capital of Kurdistan.
The Mission will give delegates the opportunity to meet senior Iraqi and Kurdish business people, to network and explore new business opportunities with government officials, investors, traders and distributors.
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Benefits of the mission
There will be a tailored and sector-specific programme arranged by the Kurdistan Regional Government UK Representation.
There will be business and networking meetings with Government Ministries, the private and public sectors.
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Who is this mission for?
This visit is open to member and non-member companies across the sectors but our Kurdish partners are particularly keen to encourage companies working in Infrastructure, Education & Training, Healthcare, Energy & Natural Resources, Water, Agriculture and Tourism Development to participate.
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Market information
The MEA fully supports UK relations with Erbil and strongly encourage British companies to pursue business as normal in the Kurdish marketplace. There is a wealth of opportunities, and great demand for British expertise. Kurdistan has a growing and influential private sector with strong links to Central and Southern Iraq.
The Kurds are Indo-European, not Arab, and Kurdistan Region has flourished under its own semi-autonomous leadership since the end of the Anglo-US invasion. Its major trading partner is Turkey, but EU countries have played a leading role in the Region’s development.
The FCO Travel Advice currently advises against all but essential travel to Erbil and is distinguished from wider Iraq. The security situation is however fluid and FCO guidance should be closely monitored by delegate companies.
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To register your interest and obtain further information please click below, to complete your details and a copy of the full prospectus, which includes the programme/itinerary and costs, will be emailed to you shortly.
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