This information has been prepared to provide an overview of the business environment, forms of business entities, finance, taxation, and audit and accounting practices in Iraq/Kurdistan. It provides a broad summary of the prominent features of the topics discussed. This information is general in nature and should not be used as a substitute for detailed advice. Persons conducting, or planning to conduct, business in Iraq/Kurdistan are advised to obtain detailed information from experienced professionals.
This publication was written by Abou Nasr & Associates (Beirut) as of November 2013.
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Lebanon opportunities predicts positive growth, expansion plans, and projects to be completed:
– The government’s overall deficit is forecast to widen to 11 percent of the GDP in 2015, compared to ten percent in 2014, according to World Bank estimates.
– Growth may be between 2 to 2.5 percent in 2015, in the light of BDL’s $1 billion package and remaining liquidity from previous packages
– The performance at the Beirut Stock Exchange (BSE) in 2015 is subject to high correlation between the local and regional political environments and traders’ appetites.
– Real estate activity is expected to remain timid in 2015.
– Despite deceiving tourism figures, investments in the tourism sector will thrive in 2015.
– Malls and supermarket chains will be dynamic in 2015.
– A growing number of web-based TV channels and portals are being launched, announcing an era of interactivity and fast broadcast of information.
– Local farmers will continue filling the gap left by the Syrian conflict.
– Several factories will begin operating and a number of industrial companies will expand their facilities in 2015.
– Public works are forecast to pick up in 2015.
Find out more on Lebanon Opportunities’ website