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Post by roxy22222222 on Wed Oct 04, 2017 10:50 pm

Article:  "What’s stopping development?"  Quote:  "The country has large potential for further oil field development and as such more proven reserves may not have yet been discovered, but Iraq is hampered by high levels of corruption keeping it from moving forward with robust economic aganda."  ...There has been much progress made in that area, and the IMF does seem to be pleased with what has been accomplished so far as well... Other countries are pleased with their progress as well, and have invested quite a bit of money into this country... They are not doing it out of the goodness of their own hearts either... There is certainly something they are expecting in return for their loans, grants, and overall investments in Iraq... 

As was mentioned in an earlier article, some very important people are confident that this referendum situation will not hinder the progress being made...Business as usual is the call... In fact...this situation with the Kurds is an opportunity for Abadi to show that he can be trusted... In that despite the Kurd's voting for independence, Baghdad wants unity, and in fact is going to pay the Kurd's their fair share.... Their salaries are still going to be paid in a few days as was declared in an article yesterday...  No reason to be discouraged folks... But encouraged by what is going on...

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