Kur­dis­tan can qual­ity con­trol all goods in seven years

The Kurdish Globe - - FRONT PAGE -

Er­bil In­ter­na­tional Air­port (EIA) has been la­belled as the fastest de­vel­op­ing air­port in Mid­dle East, Asia and Africa. An In­ter­na­tional com­mit­tee at the Emerg­ing Mar­kets Air­port Show in Dubai se­lected EIA as 2012’s fastest de­vel­op­ing air­port with less than 5 mil­lion trav­el­ers. The award was re­ceived by Talar Faiq, Di­rec­tor of EIA. Ab­dur­rah­man ar­gues that if they didn’t sign agree­ment with some in­ter­na­tional in­spec­tion com­pa­nies, they would need 35 years to reach com­plete self-suf­fi­ciency. Qulaity Con­trol Chair­man told the Kur­dish Globe that ac­cord­ing to the agree­ments they have signed with the in­spec­tion com­pa­nies, part of the fees charged by the qual­ity con­trol and in­spec­tion com­pa­nies is shared with the Board, and can be used to im­prove their ca­pac­ity.

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