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Post by roxy22222222 on Mon Sep 25, 2017 11:47 pm

Citizens were upset because they were hearing that their pay would not be at the new rate as they had expected.  Sure enough, someone called me and said they had been paid in Iraq, but not at the new rate. You already know about the politics of Iraq.  They are voting on the Kurdish independence referendum, and it will be hours before we have information on that.   We did see an IMF report saying that whatever the Kurds do, it won’t affect the finances of the country. I believe that the Kurds are serious about wanting their independence;  this is just bad timing. But they are not after what we are after...They want freedom from oppression and a voice in their own future.  That’s different from what we are looking for. 

   [If they want to have their own country, how does that affect Iraq?]  I don’t think that is something we have to worry about.       Our banking contacts are still on high expectancy, looking extremely good for this week, from that angle.  Sure we could go into October – we just       don’t have enough data to determine that, one way or another.  We just have to wait and see how it plays out;  as for dates, we are in limbo, but we still feel good about the revaluation itself. 

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