He added that the distribution included blacksmiths, iron and steel sellers, aluminum factories and others who used to work in different places inside the city. The city council will supply them with the basic services and the directory of electricity has already started providing the area with electricity lines.
He, also, added "we even specified certain places to build a health centre, a mosque and a big restaurant there."
Baker Mohammad, vice president of Kurdistan Wage Earners Association, said that 10 tons of cement has been specified for each one of them at the cost of 65 USD a ton which is the official price while in black market, a ton worth's 150 USD. Most of the small factories' owners are members in this Association.
It is mentioned that the second Industrial District was built in 2005.
Kurdistan Wage Earners Association is none-government one. It takes care of the craftsmen and the small factories. It was established in 2004.
It is said that there had been some tension between the city council in Sulaymaniyah and the small factories' owners few months ago due to the council's resolution to close these factories which are located down town.(Source)Aswat Al Iraq