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RayRat Update 11/11/18

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RayRat Update 11/11/18

Post  Ssmith on Mon Nov 12, 2018 8:14 am

Electronic cards (possibly considered a national card) were distributed to the citizens of Iraq but no new rates were revealed. Their government is attempting to increase the allocated amounts. Iraqi TV is reporting that the remaining cabinet members will be voted and confirmed on Monday’s Parliament session.

Saturday update…

Articles are indicating that (once again) HCL agreements have been reached regarding payments to the citizens. [Some are claiming that THIS was the holdup….Time Will Tell]

Iraq TV broadcast a speech by PM Madhi at the Baghdad International Fair indicating his main goal is to return the economy to a favored state with more concentration on the private sector. 17+ countries and over 700 companies are in attendance.

The Kurds have reached an agreement on the oil fields in Kirkuk, finalization is expected by the end of November.

Electronic cards (possibly considered a national card) were distributed to the citizens of Iraq but no new rates were revealed. Their government is attempting to increase the allocated amounts.

Sunday update…

Iraqi TV is reporting that the remaining cabinet members will be voted and confirmed on Monday’s Parliament session.
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