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Relevant Foreign Entities

Websites of these foreign entities are worth exploring as they may provide information that could be relevant to the reconstruction work in Iraq

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1. The Arab-British Chamber of Commerce

The Arab-British Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1975, is devoted to the encouragement of Arab-British trade and economic co-operation. It offers a wide range of services to both Arab and British companies already involved in or planning to become a part of a long-standing bilateral trading relationship. These services include certification and legalisation of documents, business information and research, seminars and workshops, translation, language and cultural training, library facilities and a range of business publications. The Chamber works in close co-operation with Arab businesses and legal organisations, particularly the League of Arab States and its specialised agencies, Arab diplomatic missions in London, the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture for Arab countries, Arab federations of chambers of commerce and national and regional chambers as well as other Euro-Arab chambers.
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2. German-Arab Chamber of Industry and Commerce (GACIC)

German-Arab Chamber of Industry and Commerce (GACIC) represents more than 2500 members. GACIC is the largest organisation helping business cooperation between Germany and the Arab world and plays a key role in Egyptian and German business cooperation.
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3. IACCI - Iraqi Arabic Chamber of Commerce

Iraqi Arabic Chamber of Commerce
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4. The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)

Overseas Private Investment Corporation is an independent self-sustaining U.S. Government agency that sells political risk insurance and project financing to encourage private investment by U.S. companies in some 140 emerging economies around the world.
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5. Iraqi Business Centers

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6. Arab American Chamber of Commerce

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