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Post by Ssmith on Tue Jul 31, 2018 8:14 am


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Salamon69 » July 29th, 2018

This article definitely feels like that which is preparing the way for the 2nd article.

Making it clear that for the citizens lower notes will lead to lower prices but the problem with the 3 zero notes as it only leads to inflation.

Gives a history of Iraq mentioning how they had lower denominations and fils in the past.
And talking about the banks accepting damaged notes to turn in...

Interesting how the 250, 500, and 1000 are disappearing as you cannot make change for a 25,000 note, 10,000, or 50,000

Couple that the CBI coming out today of opening a bank in Dubai.

WOW!!! Thanks Walkingstick for this article. Very exciting!!!

I looked up Mars and 2003

Says that Mars was closest to the earth to be highly visible on 8/27/2003

Fast forward.....

In 2018 Mars again being closest to earth to be visible was on 7/27/2018

Same day except it is July instead of August

SlappySquirrel » July 29th, 2018

Yes launch the reforms Abadi that you have been promising for a long time...that's why these protests have started...enough procrastination do it for your citizens above all else...and yes we would be a beneficiary as well...

Samson » July 29th, 2018

Deputy of the coalition of Abadi: The government is now discharged to the "internal situation" after the defeat is urging

29th July, 2018

The winner of the victory coalition Nada Shawkat on Sunday justified the decision to withdraw the hand of electricity minister Qassim al-Fahdawi, saying that the government was now discharged into the internal situation after the victory over a pro-government organization, saying that the government is not a "business" government.

Shaukat told Al-Ghad Press that "the government at the time was a government of war against an organization that advocates and outlaws, and at present has turned to the internal situation and the work of ministries."

"Demonstrations that take place in the provinces are only a call to the people to draw attention to the shortcomings that occur in many ministries, one of which is the Ministry of Electricity."

"You can not say that only the minister is the reason for the failure of his ministry, but the former ministers since 2003, they are all responsible for the current situation in the electricity sector," Shaukat said.

"The current government is not a caretaker government, and whoever says that the prime minister has no right to hold the losers accountable is mistaken because it is a legitimate government, but what happened is that the legislative power of the parliament is over."

The Prime Minister Haider Abadi had issued earlier on Sunday, a decision to withdraw the hand of the Minister of Electricity Qassem Fahdawi because of the deterioration of the reality of energy, until the completion of the investigation of the matter. LINK

Baghdad hosts an economic conference next month with the participation of major countries

29th July 2018

The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alaq, on Sunday, the convening of the National Economic Development Conference in the capital Baghdad mid-August next,stressing that the conference will see the participation of major economic countries

"Addressing and overcoming the challenges facing the country in the public and private sectors and creating an attractive environment for investment, through the development of mechanisms that promote this important aspect in various sectors, is what the conference aims at," Al-Alak said in an interview with the official Iraqi News Agency. Development of the national economy

He added that "despite the decisions made by successive governments on the support of investment and encourage the private sector, but did not do and there is bureaucracy and lingering in many quarters in their application of the lack of frameworks for instructions in the interpretation of legal materials

Al-Aalak pointed out that "the conference will conclude recommendations to support the sectors, foremost investment, in addition to access to an attractive environment instead of the current environment, particularly the expelling of investment LINK

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