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23 May 2016

23 May 2016 / MERI Forum

MERI Economic Forum 2016: Session Videos and Photo Gallery  


MERI Economic Forum 2016 engaged policy- and decision-makers, academics and international experts in a debate to promote economic reform in Iraq and Kurdistan Region. Over the course of two days, the need for both public and private sector reforms were thoroughly addressed.

Click below links or photo banners to watch the session videos. Alternatively, visit MERI Economic Forum page for the session videos and browse the Photo Gallery.

MEF 2016: Reforming the Energy Sector
Panel 1: Reforming the Energy Sector
MEF 2016: Making Kurdistan Competitive again – Away from Rentier State
Panel 2: Making Kurdistan Competitive Again - Away from Rentier State
MEF 2016: Making Kurdistan Competitive Again – Agriculture and Tourism
Panel 3: Making Kurdistan Competitive Again - Agriculture and Tourism
MEF2016: The Financial Sector – Increasing Access to Credit and Building Trust
Panel 4: The Financial Sector - Increasing Access to Credit and Building Trust
MEF 2016: Rule of Law and Combating Corruption
Panel 5: Rule of Law and Combating Corruption
MEF 2016: KRG Reform Strategies: A Debate with Deputy Prime Minister Talabani
Panel 6: KRG Reform Strategies: A Debate with Deputy Prime Minister Talabani
MEF 2016: Reforming the Economy: Strategies and Prioritisations
Panel 7: Reforming the Economy: Strategies and Prioritisation
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