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developer is believed to be close to signing a $2bn contract to create a tourist city in ’s Kurdish region, near the border with Iran.

The sprawling resort would be built in conjunction with Kurdish company in Sulaymaniyah as part of the Durkan tourist city , according to the chairman of the Kurdistan Regional Government’s investment board, .

Plans include hotels, restaurants, residential areas and at least one casino and are centred on the , Muhamad told media in the regional capital Erbil on Wednesday, according to Bloomberg.

The autonomous region in Iraq’s northeast has been working to improve its infrastructure since the fall of former president , who oppressed the Kurds, a decade ago.

Turkey has been particularly instrumental in funding development of the picturesque region, which has remained relatively stable despite unrest in other areas of Iraq.

Emaar set-up a joint venture with the Iraqi government in October last year to develop housing in the war-torn country, which has a $2bn budget for infrastructure and housing spending in 2013.

The Dubai company also is reportedly bidding for a $5bn housing project in central Iraq.

Faruk Group Holding controls 12 companies in eight sectors, including hospitality, telecommunications, cement, medical services, , IT, automotive and retail.

It has been heavily involved in the development of Iraq, particularly in building communities, and is the country’s largest private company, with 11,000 employees, according to its website.

An Emaar Properties spokesperson said: “We do not comment on baseless rumours and speculation.”

Source:  http://www.arabianbusiness.com/emaar-said-be-close–2bn-iraqi-city-deal-504936.html

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