INVESTMENT COMMISSION announce the completion of 41% of the residential project 9/28
INVESTMENT COMMISSION announce the completion of 41% of the residential project in the governorate at a cost of $ 60 million
Announced the investment in the province of Muthanna, on Monday, on the completion of 41% of the residential neighborhood project, the southern city of Samawa, (250 km north-west of Baghdad), and as pointed out that the total cost of the project up to $ 60 million, confirmed that the project will contribute to reducing the unemployment through labor of the people of the province.
The chief investment MIC just Yasiri in an interview with the (long-Presse), "The district engineers residential project still continues with high spirit reaching accomplished 41% and by 498 housing units proportion," noting that "the project's capital up to $ 60 million duration of the completion of two years The total area of up to 75 dunums."
The Yasiri, that "the total area of the house is 200 m, including 133 m building," stressing that "the project provides work every day to nearly 125 people from the province, which contributes to reducing unemployment."
For his part, the project manager Turki Abbas said in an interview with the (long-Presse), "The district engineers residential project contains two schools elementary, middle and kindergarten and nursery and clinic and a mosque, markets, shopping mall and public parks and gardens with all the infrastructure of electricity like water and paving roads and the Internet."
The Abbas, that "the price of a house with the agreement of the bar up to 83 Iraqi dinars a discounted million - has which take into account modernity and urban development in the housing unit and service facilities in the project in terms of interfaces and packaging Erani," pointing out that "the house includes two bedrooms and a hula kitchen and reception room and Kraja, as well as an integrated health complex."
The Muthanna Investment Commission has announced a formal agreement with the local government to confirm its investment towards housing projects to eliminate the housing crisis looming in the province and for many years, according to specialists.