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PostSubject: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Sun Dec 02, 2018 9:47 am

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Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward




[size=39]SPEAKERS[/size]




  • H.E. Adil Abdul-Mahdi
    Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq
     

  • H.E. Barham Salih
    President of the Republic of Iraq
     

  • H.E Dr Ali Al Allaq
    Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq
     

  • H.E. Dr Mustapha Al-Hiti
    Head of the Iraq Reconstruction Fund, REFAATO
     

  • H.E. Dr Sami Al Araji
    Chairman, National Investment Commission
     

  • H.E. Salih al-Jubouri
    Minister of Industry and Minerals






  • Dr Mahdi Al-Alaq
    Secretary General, The Council Of Ministries
     


  • Fayadh Hassan Neema
    Deputy Minister of Oil
     


  • Dietmar Siersdorfer
    CEO, Siemens Middle East
     


  • H.E Douglas A. Silliman
    Ambassador of the United States to the Republic of Iraq
     


  • Joseph J. Anis
    President and CEO, GE Power Middle East
     


  • Dr Dara Hassan
    Deputy Minister of Construction, Housing & General Municipalities





  • Waleed Eidy Abdel-Nabi
    Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Iraq
     


  • Muzaffer Suat Utku
    Executive Vice President, Financial Institutions, Aktif Bank
     


  • Dr Abdulhamza Hadi Abood
    Deputy Minister, Ministry of Electricity
     


  • Scott Munden
    Chief Executive Officer, QiCard
     


  • Bruno Pasquino
    Ambassador of Italy to Iraq
     


  • Yara Salem
    World Bank, Special Representative to Iraq





  • Abdulla Al-Qadi
    Executive Director, Exploration & Production, Crescent Petroleum
     


  • Coskun Akdeniz
    Head, Infrastructure Project Project Finance & Business Development, Enprode
     


  • Ben Van Heuvelen
    Editor-in-Chief - Iraq Oil Report
     


  • Ziad Monla
    Chief Executive Officer, Guardia Systems
     


  • Hussain Qaragholi
    Northern Gulf & Levant, Institutional & Treasury Coverage, Corporate & Investment Banking, Deutsche Bank
     


  • Khawla Al-Asadi
    Chairman of the Board and General Manager, Rafidain Bank





  • Ahmed Tabaqchali
    Fellow, Institute of Regional & International Studies, American University of Iraq, Sulaimani
     


  • Hatem Kawasmy
    Managing Partner & Head of Tax, KPMG in Jordan
     


  • Faisal Al Haimus
    Chairman, Trade Bank of Iraq
     


  • Alex Watts
    Head of Programme, Optima
     


  • Hisham Al-Shamali
    Chief Compliance Officer & BOD's Advisor, Al-Janoob Islamic Bank for Investment & Finance
     


  • Christine Van Den Toorn
    Executive Director, American University of Iraq Sulaimani





  • Turki Al Kaisi
    Chief Executive Officer, Al- Qabas Economical Group
     


  • Bruce W.Ferguson
    President, American University of Iraq, Sulaimani
     


  • Safa Fadhil
    Alumnus, American University of Iraq, Sulaimani
     


  • Akeel Abbas
    Assistant Professor, American University of Iraq, Sulaimani



[size=32]Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward

Held following the outstanding success of the inaugural "Iraq: The Future" conference in Baghdad in December 2017, this year this highly anticipated summit returns under the title "Iraq: A Leap Forward" and under the official patronage of the Government of Iraq and the Reconstruction Fund for Areas Affected by Terrorist Operations (REFAATO). Iraq: A Leap Forward is being organised in close collaboration with several Iraqi Ministries each of whom will be unveiling critical investment projects at the conference. We hope you join us in Baghdad for this landmark event![/size]

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Iraq has come through a difficult few years and has reclaimed its land and driven out Daesh from its borders. The country is ready to prosper and develop its economy, beginning with the rebuilding and reconstructing of its major cities. The Iraqi Government have successfully received over $30bn in foreign aid and investment, with a further $70bn required in the coming years. The international community has committed investment towards Iraq, highlighting the international investor confidence in the country.
Iraq’s economy is expected to grow rapidly over the coming years, an untapped opportunity with enormous potential. Iraq: A Leap Forward will focus on the key industries propelling Iraq’s reconstruction efforts. With extensive opportunities for investment in infrastructure, construction, agriculture, healthcare, tourism and many others, now is the time to invest in Iraq.

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[size=39]WHY ATTEND?[/size]


  • Listen to leading government officials and bodies discuss the current Iraqi investment environment.
  • Understand the recovery, reconstruction and rebuilding plans for Iraq.
  • Understand the future of Iraq: Plans & prospects to develop the economy.
  • Discuss opportunities within Iraq’s major projects and network with a large array of investment professionals, multinationals and corporate executives from across the globe.
  • Hear top-class content from leading speakers on the business climate in Iraq and successful case studies.
  • Promote your company’s services and showcase your commitment to rebuilding Iraq.




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  • A detailed showcase of the Iraqi reconstruction efforts.
  • A 2-day programme comprising top analysis, discussion and exchanges focused on the rebuilding and growth story of Iraq.
  • Large exhibition area to welcome over 50 leading local and international service providers.
  • High-value networking and analysis with government officials and leading multinational executives.
  • The first and largest gathering on the reconstruction efforts in Baghdad. The only opportunity to hear from top government officials and bodies on the investment requirements.
  • Sector breakdown on Iraq’s key industries moving forward.
  • New projects to be discussed, tendered and promoted.
  • Meet with leading global financing institutions.



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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Sun Dec 02, 2018 10:36 am

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Completion of preparations for the Summit of Reconstruction and Economic Development


02/12/2018












(Independent) The preparations for the International Summit for Investment, Reconstruction and Economic Development of Iraq have been completed in the next few days, organized in cooperation between the Fund for the Reconstruction of liberated areas in cooperation with Frontier Exchange, a British company specialized in the establishment of international conferences and exhibitions.

"This event comes in very sensitive circumstances, which requires the mobilization of efforts and capabilities to promote the national economy and the reconstruction and services sector, especially after the liberation of Iraq completely from the organization of" Da'ash "terrorist and improved security conditions. 
"This summit will provide access to employment opportunities and the best local private banks. The summit will be a conference on the sidelines of the Golden Opportunity Exhibition to meet with the world's largest companies and investors looking to work in Iraq as well as international organizations that seek to provide support and aid to the country in various fields such as reconstruction, Economic. "

The head of the Reconstruction Fund for the affected areas Mustapha al-Hiti said: "The existence of the international effort specialized in Baghdad, represents a real support for the reconstruction and reconstruction of liberated areas that require great effort," noting that "the efforts of the Fund in the reconstruction of affected areas through the implementation of projects Mission in these areas, which touch the life of the Iraqi citizen. " 
He pointed out that "the presence of international companies in Baghdad is evidence of the ability of participating companies and their desire to work within Iraq, and in turn we will work to provide the appropriate operational environment in cooperation with the parties concerned," and praised the role of the company organized in attracting international effort.
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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Sun Dec 02, 2018 11:01 am

https://treasury.un.org/operationalrates/default.php


United Nations Treasury - The United Nations Operational Rates of Exchange

Disclaimer

The Operational Rates of Exchange listed herein are intended only for the internal record-keeping of the United Nations. No warranty of accuracy can be given and the United Nations shall not assume any responsibility in connection with the present publication of these rates. 


The government of Venezuela introduced a new currency, Bolivar Soberano (ISO currency code: VES). The exchange rate between the old currency VEF and new currency VES is 100,000 to 1. 


Please note that a rate with the newest effective date supercedes the previous or current rate. Also, On monthly revisions, all rates, whether or not changed, are listed. However, for mid-month revision, only the changed currencies will be posted. Please check the schedule below for the ad-hoc mid-month revision dates as well as monthly revision. 

Please note that there won't be a mid-month revision for Decmber 2018. The next revision will be posted on 27 December for the effective date of 31 Dec 2018

Schedule of UN Operational Rates of Exchange

The Operational Rates of Exchange were last updated for the effective date in accordance with the schedule below and thereafter until further notice.

[th]Publishing Date[/th][th][/th][th]Effective Date[/th]
29 Nov 201801 Dec 2018
12 Dec 2018if applicable14 Dec 2018

27 Dec 2018

31 Dec 2018

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Hello everyone, the reason why I highlight this for exchange rate trading, here are two good times for me to have a change, and as I mention I'm not a guru, just a reader of news, so it's my personal opinion that I give you, whether it's good for you or not on my opinion it's up to you to choose
currently we leave the window at the beginning of the month, from November 29 to December 1, 2018, and today we are December 2, but we are in the weekend is Sunday, we have a big appointment this week to Basra, so they are going to talk about money for sure, so they will talk about the rate as well, how do I negotiate without knowing how the rate is for the transfer of money, or the dinar in value of the country according to the representative at this meeting, this is my first argument for this week, so look forward to seeing tomorrow, if not eager to see the announcement that will announce for December 27 if he will have a change for us, in 25 days, for me I think we are very close, this is my personal opinion as I mentioned at the beginning, I'm not a guru !! but a forum member who shares news of the day only, good day to all!

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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:44 am

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=14611


The Golden Opportunity Summit begins with the participation of 50 international companies in Baghdad


04/12/2018







Economy News _ Baghdad

The "golden opportunity" for reconstruction under the auspices of the Fund for the Reconstruction of Areas Affected by Terrorist Attacks will kick off in Baghdad on Wednesday with the participation of some 50 international companies and dozens of diplomatic figures and missions in Iraq.
"The conference, which will be held in Baghdad on Wednesday and will continue for two days under the slogan of (Iraq leap forward), will open the way for the presentation of large reconstruction opportunities for investment companies," said the head of the fund Mustafa al-Hiti in a statement published by the official newspaper "Al-Sabah" .
Al-Hiti added that "governmental, local and foreign companies will participate actively in this event by presenting their executive capabilities in the reconstruction of the infrastructure of the governorates that have been plagued by terrorism. This is an opportunity to know the volume of work required in these areas, Which will open the door wide for companies to invest and reconstruction at the same time. "
For his part, the managing partner of the company "FRONTIER EXCHANGE" British organizer of the conference Ahmed Al-Jader, "This summit will be a conference and organized on the sidelines of the exhibition of the golden opportunity to meet with companies and investors looking to work inside Iraq, as well as international organizations that will seek support and aid to Iraq and various Areas of reconstruction, investment support and economic consulting. "
"The conference will discuss topics: Iraq's future, opportunities, overview of reconstruction, post-Iraq Iraq, the investment landscape of Iraq, a scene about the future of Iraq and opportunities for investment and aid, the role of international development and multinational companies, the role of the international community in supporting Reconstruction. "
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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Thu Dec 06, 2018 10:30 am

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/9fd82235-d6b5-454d-9c91-80ade076f30d

[size=32]GE  details its plan to solve the biggest crisis in Iraq[/size]












(MENAFN Press) GE Electric has presented a series of solutions to address the challenges facing the Iraqi electricity sector during its participation in the "Iraq Leap Forward" conference held today in Baghdad. The conference was attended by 400 senior government officials, representatives of international financial institutions, multinational corporations and others.
During the conference, GE reviewed a comprehensive plan of action for the deployment of fast and well-thought-out power generation technologies, improvements to existing power plants to provide the grid with an additional 1.5 gigawatts of power by 2019, and maintenance and rehabilitation services To ensure continuous power output at current generation plants. In addition, the plan provides for the necessary improvements and services to existing generation plants and the conversion of simple cycle power stations to the combined cycle system, allowing for the provision of new electric power without the need for additional fuel consumption or causing further emissions; A combination of unique solutions to integrate and capture flammable gas and power generation using state-of-the-art gas-to-energy conversion technologies. General Electric also plans to develop substations and extend air lines in the country.
General Electric employs up to 300 employees in Iraq, with three offices in the country - in Baghdad, Basra and Erbil. GE and its partners today provide the power to operate more than 90% of Iraqi Airways aircraft, and the company's technology contributes up to 55% of the country's current electricity production. About 4,000 GE Healthcare products are deployed in hospitals and clinics across the country.
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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Yesterday at 8:59 am

http://cabinet.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=8714

Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers confirms that the victory achieved on terrorism drives companies to invest in Iraq



09/12/2018 










The Secretary General of the Council of Ministers d. Mahdi al-Alaq that the victory achieved by security forces in defeating terrorism drives companies to invest in Iraq.
This came at the International Conference on Reconstruction and Investment in Iraq, organized by the Fund for Reconstruction of the affected areas, held at the Babylon Hotel, in the presence of representatives of the presidents of the Republic and the ministers and the second deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, the Governor of the Central Bank, the Chairman of the National Investment Commission, in addition to the World Bank, Ambassadors and representatives of international investment companies.
He said that the Conference on the reconstruction of Iraq held in Kuwait last February witnessed a review of comprehensive data of the damaged service facilities and a detailed presentation of properties damaged by terrorism, noting that the National Investment Commission presented at the conference 200 projects ready for investment, .
The Secretary-General said he presented to the Cabinet on Tuesday a comprehensive review of the reconstruction achieved in the liberated areas, accompanied by the return of about 70% of the displaced to their homes, and expressed the hope that companies start their investment projects in Iraq.
In the meantime between the President of the Reconstruction Fund for Iraq d. Mustafa al-Hitti There are 499 projects in the liberated areas, more than 350 of which have been received, most of them financed by World Bank loans and the German loan.
For his part, Vice-President of the House of Representatives Bashir Haddad, the Council's intention to lift the legislative obstacles to the reconstruction fund, and the Council is still issuing special legislation for the Fund.
The Governor of the Central Bank Ali Mohsen Ismail enabled the monetary policy to maintain the balance of the currency, and support the deficit in previous budgets, stressing the continuation of the bank against money laundering, which is one of the fundamentals of the external financial relationship, pointing out that the liquidity of the private sector in banks is about 110 trillion Dinars, and this enables it to provide facilities to drive the development of the country.
The conference was attended by representatives of Siemens and General Electric and several other international investment companies.
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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Yesterday at 11:41 am

Thank you for putting all of this together. To me it says we are serious and we are doing this soon. I don’t care for that word
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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Yesterday at 12:08 pm

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Thank you for putting all of this together. To me it says we are serious and we are doing this soon. I don’t care for that word





You know Jim with the news of the day that gives us a good idea of their direction for the reconstruction, and the future change for iraq, can not wait to see the 2nd of January 2019, by then have the new development produce every day there in the news, it is not more complicated than that !!

it gives me pleasure to try to forward the news on the same subject, so that everyone can get up to date on the news, and easier also to follow !!


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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Yesterday at 3:03 pm

have you seen real pictures of most of the country? they are in shambles. they need to be bull dozed and rebuilt from scratch. it will take many years not counting lack of water and electricity and by the way the most important issue money. most of the countries that promised aid/help are holding back since iraq has not done what was promised in davos and ku meetings. and lastly they do not trust the gov due to major stealing by many gov employees.one more thing if you have noticed recently the rise of isis again is returning again
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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Yesterday at 3:12 pm

yes i have and i realize they have a long ways to go. i also realize most of the major countries are greedy beyond measure and will do this
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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Yesterday at 4:08 pm

if you mean that the countries that said they would help iraq and have not yet done so you are dead wrong. iraq was told what they had to do and did not besides this iraq has a long history of stealing the money meant for the people and keeping it for themselves. a perfect example is m stealing it and splitting it with iran
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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Yesterday at 4:22 pm

Well I guess we will see what unfolds
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PostSubject: Re: Welcome to Iraq: A Leap Forward   Yesterday at 10:58 pm

@claud39 wrote:
https://treasury.un.org/operationalrates/default.php



United Nations Treasury - The United Nations Operational Rates of Exchange





Disclaimer




The Operational Rates of Exchange listed herein are intended only for the internal record-keeping of the United Nations. No warranty of accuracy can be given and the United Nations shall not assume any responsibility in connection with the present publication of these rates. 


The government of Venezuela introduced a new currency, Bolivar Soberano (ISO currency code: VES). The exchange rate between the old currency VEF and new currency VES is 100,000 to 1. 


Please note that a rate with the newest effective date supercedes the previous or current rate. Also, On monthly revisions, all rates, whether or not changed, are listed. However, for mid-month revision, only the changed currencies will be posted. Please check the schedule below for the ad-hoc mid-month revision dates as well as monthly revision. 

Please note that there won't be a mid-month revision for Decmber 2018. The next revision will be posted on 27 December for the effective date of 31 Dec 2018

Schedule of UN Operational Rates of Exchange




The Operational Rates of Exchange were last updated for the effective date in accordance with the schedule below and thereafter until further notice.










[th]Publishing Date[/th][th][/th][th]Effective Date[/th]
29 Nov 201801 Dec 2018
12 Dec 2018if applicable14 Dec 2018

27 Dec 2018



31 Dec 2018







Hello everyone, the reason why I highlight this for exchange rate trading, here are two good times for me to have a change, and as I mention I'm not a guru, just a reader of news, so it's my personal opinion that I give you, whether it's good for you or not on my opinion it's up to you to choose
currently we leave the window at the beginning of the month, from November 29 to December 1, 2018, and today we are December 2, but we are in the weekend is Sunday, we have a big appointment this week to Basra, so they are going to talk about money for sure, so they will talk about the rate as well, how do I negotiate without knowing how the rate is for the transfer of money, or the dinar in value of the country according to the representative at this meeting, this is my first argument for this week, so look forward to seeing tomorrow, if not eager to see the announcement that will announce for December 27 if he will have a change for us, in 25 days, for me I think we are very close, this is my personal opinion as I mentioned at the beginning, I'm not a guru !! but a forum member who shares news of the day only, good day to all!

Claud 















































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IQD117001 Mar 2018
IQD117001 Feb 2018
IQD117031 Dec 2017
IQD117001 Dec 2017
IQD117001 Nov 2017
IQD117001 Oct 2017
IQD117001 Sep 2017
IQD117001 Aug 2017
IQD117030 Jun 2017
IQD117001 Jun 2017
IQD117001 May 2017
IQD117001 Apr 2017
IQD117001 Mar 2017
IQD117001 Feb 2017
IQD117031 Dec 2016
IQD117001 Dec 2016
IQD117001 Nov 2016
IQD117015 Oct 2016
IQD117001 Oct 2016
IQD117001 Sep 2016
IQD117001 Aug 2016
IQD117030 Jun 2016
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IQD117001 May 2016
IQD117001 Apr 2016
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IQD117031 Dec 2015
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IQD117501 Nov 2009
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