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    A delegation of Iraqi lawmakers, led by the Speaker of the Parliament, Mr Saleem Al Jabouri, visited London this week for talks with British business leaders and politicians. The group visited the House of Lords, the UK’s Upper House, and met Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne, the UK Trade Envoy for Iraq and Executive Chairman of Read More…

  2. Baroness Nicholson and IBBC Members attend Erbil Business Conference

    IBBC Members led by Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne will attend the Erbil Business Conference, Kurdistan-Iraq-UK: Business Opportunities taking place on the 1st and 2nd March in Erbil, KRG. The Conference is jointly organised by the IBBC and the Kurdish Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, in partnership with the Iraqi Federation of Chambers of Read More…

  3. SKA International hosts dinner for Baroness Nicholson and IBBC members

    Mike Douglas of SKA International hosted a dinner at the new Eyes of Baghdad Club in Karrada in honour of Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne and the IBBC. The event was attended by a wide range of IBBC members such Mrs Al Jaff of TBI, Hans Nijkamp of Shell and Chris St George of Olive Group. Read More…

  4. Baroness Nicholson leads meetings with Iraq’s Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Oil and Minister of Finance

    Baroness Nicholson and a delegation of IBBC Members had a meeting in Baghdad with Iraq’s Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Rowsch Shaways, followed by an exchange of views with Iraq’s Minister of Oil, HE Adel Abdul-Mehdi. The meetings were extremely informative and Minister Abdul-Mehdi made a point in welcoming and encouraging further visits from the Baroness and Read More…

  5. Baroness Nicholson meets with Prime Minister of Iraq

    Baroness Nicholson met Iraq’s new Prime Minister, Mr Haider al-Abadi, for wide-ranging talks during his visit to London this week. Mr al-Abadi was attending the Lancaster House coalition conference on the situation with Da’esh (Islamic State) but was keen to make time to discuss trade and humanitarian issues with the Baroness. The discussions, which were Read More…

  6. IBBC welcomes Nickolay Mladenov to London

    IBBC Chairman, Baroness Nicholson, and members of the Council welcomed Mr Nickolay Mladenov, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Iraq and Head of United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), to London in a meeting held at IBBC’s offices in Westminster on Wednesday. Mr Mladenov discussed different aspects of the current situation in Iraq Read More…

  7. Baroness Nicholson highlights the activity of British companies in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region

    Baroness Emma Nicholson of Winterbourne, UK Trade Envoy for Iraq and Iraq Britain Business Council’s (IBBC) Chairman, highlighted on Tuesday the fact that “despite the heavy competition from major industrial countries such as Turkey, China and South Korea there are plenty of contracts and good partnerships being forged by British companies in the Iraq’s Kurdistan Read More…

  8. IBBC Chairman addresses Al Kindi Society for Engineers

    IBBC Chairman, Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne, addressed the Al Kindi Society for Engineers during the symposium “The Role of Engineering during Iraq’s Crisis” held in London on the 10th January 2015. Baroness Nicholson highlighted the importance of engineers and their role in building Iraq’s future. You can read the full speech by clicking here:  Baroness Read More…

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