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Post by roxy22222222 on Sun Oct 01, 2017 11:06 pm

Article:  "Baghdad economy continues to escalate: we want oil revenues of Kurdistan"   I think it would be pretty safe to say that the Barzani families strangle hold on the government of Kurdistan is coming to a conclusion... At least for the time being... I believe that Abadi wants a unified Iraq... President Barzani has been in office longer than he should have, and I would not be surprised if he was in league with Maliki behind the scenes as they both pilfered the budgets of their respective economies... I do not know this for sure, but it is certainly a possibility considering the timing of this referendum... Which was at a time when all has been going well, and frankly the relationship between the Kurds, and the Baghdad looking pretty good.. Well, at least on the surface... 

 But whatever is transpiring behind the scenes is not going to stop the monetary reform from its completion... Whether events have been orchestrated or not, we see that preparations have been made for this to happen at any point in time... Inflation is still in check despite the deficit that has been run up by the Iraqi government... Considering what need to be done construction wise within Iraq, and the loans that have to repaid, I am personally looking at a very good rate increase for the dinar...  Time will tell...

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