The Military Industrialization Authority (MIA) is Iraq’s newly-revived defense conglomerate. A successor of the Saddam-era organization, MIA was re-established in September 2019 by the Military Industrialization Authority Law, passed by the Iraqi Parliament.
MIA is subordinated to the Ministry of Industry and Minerals and has a direct channel to Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi.
Our 1096-word (4 pages) company profile provides a comprehensive look at MIA’s strategy and obstacles, leadership, established partnership, in addition to future projects.
Our report is structured as follows:
-Objectives, Strategy, and Obstacles
-Structure and Leadership
-Affiliates and Products: The General Military Industries Company (GMIC); Bader and Aqaba Factories; Hammurabi Factory; Al-Karama Factory; Nahrawan Factory; Al-Hareth Factory
-Established Partnership: Local and International Cooperation