Video Interview with Azad Mustafa Hussain, Vice-Chairman of Mass Global Investment Company, also available here

After the fall of Saddam Hussein regime, Iraqi Kurdistan has been left relatively untouched by the two successive invasions that ravaged country.
Albeit untouched, the international isolation and 30 years of limited investment, has left Iraqi Kurdistan struggling with aging infrastructure.
The Electricity distribution and generation sector was no exception. After the regime change up until 2007, Iraqi Kurdistan had only 2 hours of electricity per day. The KRG quickly realized the need for rapid infrastructure upgrade and signed lucrative contracts with the private sector companies such as Mass Global.

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