Iraq wants to make its own trucks within ten years

Scania deal could lead to Iraq production independence within a decade

Iraq and Scania have agreed to produce 5,000 trucks over five years
Iraq and Scania have agreed to produce 5,000 trucks over five years

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"Until June 2010, the company was considered a loss-making company and our sales did not exceed $428,000 per month. We have currently reached $7.5 million per month," said Adnan Razeen, director general of the State Company for Automotive Industry.

"Within a ten-year period we will be able to manufacture bigger components of the truck in Iraq and this is our plan, to have a 100% Iraqi truck."
 

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