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Guru mike 1/28/18

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Post  roxy22222222 on Sun Jan 28, 2018 8:19 pm

Article:  "Associated Press: Donor countries will ask Iraq guarantees not to go to corrupt money"   Quote:  "Iraq hopes to get billions of dollars during the donors' conference to be held next month to finance reconstruction after the war in charge against al-Daesh campaign, but many fear rampant corruption in the country, which would undermine the this appeal."   ...Iraq has already been through this, in 2003 billions of dollars were needed and instead of it going towards infrastructure, it went into the corrupt politicians pockets, which is the point of the article. Corruption will be the main deterrent to investment in Iraq, it's not a level playing field and there's no open market economy. In the end, it's just my opinion, we'll wait and see what happens after the conference.

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