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Turkish Investments and Trade Undeterred By Erbil Attack

The Erbil Trade Fair was largely participated by Turkish firms.

Turkish companies remain undeterred by last Sunday’s deadly attack in Erbil, which may cause minor project delays but will not affect overall investments and trade, said the head of the Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON). Rizanur Meral said that, “The incidents in Erbil didn’t create any concern among …

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Kurdistan Buys 12 Choppers from American Company

MD Helicopters gets large order from Kurdistan government.

MD Helicopters announced that the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has placed orders for 12 new MD 530F helicopters. The new aircraft will be delivered during the fourth quarter of 2013. The newest members of the KRG fleet will provide support to the Ministry of Interior for airborne law enforcement and …

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