Dinar Daily
Welcome to Dinar Daily Discussions.

Logging in with your USERNAME allows you to participate in discussions, see what has recently been posted, and other options. Guests can post but they do have limited abilities.

We are NOT a guru forum. We are a dinarian forum. The opinions expressed on the forum do not reflect the of opinion of Dinar Daily specifically, but rather reflect the views of the individual posters only.

Disclamer:

We are in compliance with, "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."


Get Daily Updates of the NEWS & GURUS in your EMAIL
CHECK YOUR EMAIL for VERIFICATION

Enter your email address:

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

Buy and Sell

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries

Go down

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries Empty General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries

Post by claud39 on Thu Jun 20, 2019 9:23 am

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries





20/6/2019





General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries 2019-6-20-3


The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers expressed the desire of the Republic of Iraq and the Republic of Turkey to liquidate the outstanding files relating to the previously concluded BTA and to revive trade between the two countries. 
This came during the meeting of the Special Committee of the Iraqi-Turkish Trade Agreement, which was held in the building of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, in the presence of government representatives from the parties. 
The two delegations discussed the most important points raised at the Ankara meeting held during the month of November 2018, and the most important developments that occurred during the previous period, including contracts to be canceled or activated by the Iraqi side, and the settlement of the amounts and debts of the Turkish side, deposited in Turkish banks .
The meeting also discussed the issue of the problems of the Turkish companies outstanding, the method of communication with the Iraqi contractual authorities, and the details of the remaining account under the aforementioned agreement. 
The Turkish side demanded the activation of a number of contracts concluded between the two parties previously, in coordination with the relevant Iraqi contractual agencies. 
The meeting was attended by representatives of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, the Ministries of Oil, Trade, Industry, Construction, Housing, Municipalities, Public Works, Communications and Transport, as well as representatives of the Ministries of Energy, Trade and Industry. 
The parties agreed to terminate the provisions for the activation or cancellation of the contracts within a period of not more than three months so that the two sides could limit the remaining amounts under the agreement and exploit them in new contracts for Iraq.




http://cabinet.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=9146
claud39
claud39
VIP Member
VIP Member

Posts : 10622
Join date : 2018-11-04

Back to top Go down

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries Empty Turkish minister to Abdul-Mahdi: We seek to raise the level of trade exchange between Baghdad and Ankara

Post by claud39 on Thu Jun 20, 2019 10:05 am

Turkish minister to Abdul-Mahdi: We seek to raise the level of trade exchange between Baghdad and Ankara


20/06/2019





General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries 64659024_2271334509641200_905581686719250432_n-696x474






Information / Baghdad ..
Turkish Trade Minister Rohasar Baggan expressed Thursday her country's desire to raise the level of trade exchange and take advantage of the economic potential and opportunities available to both countries.
A statement by the Office of the Prime Minister Adel Abdul - Mahdi received / information /, a copy ofit, that " the Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi , received today, Minister of Commerce Turkish Rohsar Bkjan and her accompanying delegation , which includes a number of deputies and major federal exporters and contractors, the Turkish ambassador in Baghdad . " .
"I am proud of the relations between the two countries and the common desire to develop them in the economic and trade fields and all fields that serve the common interests of the two neighboring peoples and increase employment opportunities and investments," he said.
The Turkish minister expressed her country's desire to "increase cooperation with Iraq and raise the level of trade exchange and benefit from the economic potential and opportunities available to both countries and contribute through the business forum in encouraging companies and businessmen to invest and find jobs and promote trade cooperation." Ending / 25



claud39
claud39
VIP Member
VIP Member

Posts : 10622
Join date : 2018-11-04

Back to top Go down

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries Empty Minister of Trade: Iraqi-Turkish Business Forum is an important historical stage to deepen economic interests

Post by claud39 on Thu Jun 20, 2019 1:26 pm

[size=36]Minister of Trade: Iraqi-Turkish Business Forum is an important historical stage to deepen economic interests[/size]



20/06/2019





General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries 162062019_e2021505-d29c-4877-89e9-6a3dd1fe0cfb











BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 



The Federation of Chambers of Commerce (MoU) on Thursday signed an agreement with Turkish chambers of commerce on trade and economic partnerships between businessmen in both countries. 

The agreement was signed under the patronage of Trade Minister Mohammad Hashim Al-Ani on the sidelines of the Iraqi-Turkish Business Forum, which was held in Baghdad, in the presence of Turkish Minister of Trade Rohasar Bekijan.
 
Al-Ani called on the businessmen and owners of Turkish companies to hold investment partnerships with Iraqi businessmen because the Turkish Republic is considered one of the developed countries in the industrial and agricultural sectors, housing, roads and bridges, stressing that "this forum is an important historical stage because of its role in deepening And the development of joint trade and economic interests between the two countries in all fields. "

He pointed out that "the need to remove all trade barriers in order to promote economic development, especially after the victory of our armed forces against terrorist groups, where the next phase requires the reconstruction of liberated cities, allowing Turkish companies and businessmen to Turkish companies that have extensive experience in various fields "He said. 

Al-Ani added that "the new Iraqi government and within its directions are working to support the private sector and involve it in the process of economic development, especially that the Iraqi government's 2018-2022 ministerial platform gave priority to economic and trade openness to neighboring countries with strong desire to find economic partnerships in all fields to establish strategic projects Great serving two ".

For her part, the Turkish Minister of Trade Rohzar Bakijan on "her country's desire to find investment opportunities in Iraq as it represents fertile ground for investment, especially after the stability of its security situation in recent times." 
Al-Ani sponsored an agreement between the Iraqi Chamber of Commerce and its Turkish counterpart. 

The head of the Iraqi Chambers of Commerce, Abdul Razzaq al-Zuhairi, said that "we seek through this meeting to increase the volume of trade and economic exchange between Iraq and Turkey for a wider range and achieve partnerships at the level of the private sector in our countries. This meeting is an important pillar for activating economic relations between Iraq and Turkey and achieving the greatest benefit especially Of the Iraqi economy by supporting the economic trade movement between the two countries. "

Al-Zuhairi added, "We are working in the Federation of Chambers of Commerce to build an important local industry that takes into account the potential of our country and the large factories it owns. The Iraqi private sector should participate in industrial and commercial projects that contribute to the development of the Iraqi industry and trade sectors in various fields, And can not be developed economy unless there is development of Iraqi industries that have a good history, and therefore we need today the Turkish expertise in support of Iraqi industries and the construction of Iraqi factories in various food and textile specialties and various sectors of industry as the production of clothing, and must also Dr. Iraq was an important industrial center through the activation of treatment or the construction of new plants. "





https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=51761
claud39
claud39
VIP Member
VIP Member

Posts : 10622
Join date : 2018-11-04

Back to top Go down

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries Empty Memorandum of Understanding between Iraqi Chambers and Turkish Exporters

Post by claud39 on Sat Jun 22, 2019 9:23 am

[size=36][rtl]Memorandum of Understanding between Iraqi Chambers and Turkish Exporters[/rtl][/size]




Friday 21 June 2019





General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries Alsabaah-14492












Baghdad / Al-Sabah



The Iraqi-Turkish Business Forum concluded its work in Baghdad amid a large attendance from the public and private sectors with the aim of boosting economic cooperation between the two countries. The forum witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and the Turkish Exporters Union.
The forum was attended by Trade Minister Mohammad Hashim, Turkish Trade Minister Rohasar Bekjan, Turkish Ambassador to Iraq Fatih Yildiz and a number of members of the Iraqi and Turkish houses of parliament and heads of chambers of commerce in the provinces.
The head of the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce Abdul Razzaq Al-Zuhairi said in a speech during the opening of the forum "the importance of the meeting and its great role in deepening and developing joint commercial and economic interests in all fields."
 He continued: "We hope that this meeting will play an active role in the service of the private sector to promote economic development," stressing that "the next stage requires significant commercial steps to allow Turkish companies and businessmen to participate in this opportunity, because Turkish companies have extensive experience in Especially as our government works to support the private sector and involve it in the process of economic development. "
He called on businessmen and owners of Turkish Turkish companies to form partnerships with Iraqi businessmen, pointing out the importance of "creating economic partnerships in all fields to establish major strategic projects that serve the two countries, especially as the Turkish Republic is one of the developed countries in the commercial, industrial and agricultural sectors, Of this experience. "
Zuhairi praised the efforts of Minister of Commerce Mohammed Hashim in changing the concepts of the ministry, which serves the Iraqi private sector.
Trade Minister Mohammad Hashim said in a speech that "the forum is an important historical stage in deepening the joint relations between the two countries in all fields." He expressed the hope that "the forum will play an active role in activating the private sector between the two countries after the victory of Iraq to the preacher and what the stage requires The future of the reconstruction of liberated cities, and it is available to Turkish companies to contribute in this area. "
 Hashem stressed the government's orientation to "support the private sector and find economic partnerships in various fields, calling on Turkish investors and businessmen to hold investment partnerships with Iraqi businessmen, especially that Turkey is one of the developed countries in industry, trade, agriculture, roads and housing," adding that "Ministerial Platform 2018/2020 Gave priority to the economic openness of neighboring countries. "
For her part, the Turkish Minister of Trade Rohasar Bekjan expressed her country's efforts to increase cooperation with Iraq, raise the level of trade exchange and benefit from the economic potential and opportunities available to both countries, and contribute through the business forum to encourage companies and businessmen to invest and find jobs and enhance trade cooperation.
The minister pointed to "the measures taken on Turkish exports to Iraq, stressing the importance of expanding the horizons of cooperation in all fields, and in the common interests of the two friendly peoples."
For his part, Turkish Ambassador Fatih Yildiz reviewed the history of historical and economic relations between the two neighboring countries and the desire of his government to develop relations in all fields.






claud39
claud39
VIP Member
VIP Member

Posts : 10622
Join date : 2018-11-04

Back to top Go down

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries Empty Minister of Planning discusses with the Turkish Minister of Trade ways to strengthen the joint relations between the two countries

Post by claud39 on Sun Jun 23, 2019 7:46 am

Minister of Planning discusses with the Turkish Minister of Trade ways to strengthen the joint relations between the two countries




2019-06-22





General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries 1561227643d8b6fe332c34efba735ae11af25184f8--%D9%88%D8%B2%D9%8A%D8%B1_%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AA%D8%AC%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%A9_%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AA%D8%B1%D9%83%D9%8A









Minister of Planning, Dr. Nouri Sabah al-Dulaimi, received on Thursday the Turkish Minister of Trade and the delegation accompanying her. 
The two sides discussed means of enhancing joint relations to serve the interests of the two countries.
Dr. Nuri al-Dulaimi stressed during the meeting, which was attended by "Fatih Yildiz," the Turkish ambassador to Iraq, the importance of signing a joint memorandum of understanding to regulate the process of mutual examination of goods and goods between the Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control of Iraq and his Turkish counterpart, to achieve common interests. Contributed to its existence economic and political stability in Iraq, which can create an effective economic climate between Baghdad and Ankara, pointing to the electricity projects and infrastructure projects throughout Iraq, and projects to restore stability and reconstruction in liberated areas , The Mosul International Airport and the International Road Road, which will be established from FAO to Turkey and Europe. He  
pointed out to the Ministry's orientation towards activating and leading the private sector, pointing to the importance of boosting trade between the Turkish and Iraqi private sectors; Jobs chances.

For her part, Mrs. Bakjan stressed Turkey's keenness to provide all kinds of support to the Iraqi government and to strengthen the sectors of economy and investment, pointing to the willingness of Turkish companies to contribute to the efforts to restore stability and reconstruction, and the implementation of various investment projects in Iraq.


https://mop.gov.iq/activities_minister/view/details?id=708


claud39
claud39
VIP Member
VIP Member

Posts : 10622
Join date : 2018-11-04

Back to top Go down

General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries Empty Minister of Trade: The Forum is an important historical stage to deepen the economic interests between the two countries

Post by claud39 on Mon Jun 24, 2019 8:28 am

Minister of Trade: The Forum is an important historical stage to deepen the economic interests between the two countries




23-06-2019



General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries 312







[size=15]The Federation of Chambers of Commerce signed Thursday an agreement with Turkish Chambers of Commerce on trade exchange and economic partnerships between businessmen of both countries.[/size]
[size=15]The agreement was signed under the patronage of Minister of Commerce Dr. Mohammad Hashim Al-Ani on the sidelines of the Iraqi-Turkish Business Forum held in Baghdad and attended by the Turkish Minister of Trade Rohasar Bekijan.[/size]



[size=15]Al-Ani called on the businessmen and owners of Turkish companies to hold investment partnerships with Iraqi businessmen because the Turkish Republic is considered one of the developed countries in the industrial and agricultural sectors, housing, roads and bridges, stressing that "this forum is an important historical stage because of its great role in deepening And the development of joint trade and economic interests between the two countries in all fields. " [/size]

He pointed out that "the need to remove all trade barriers in order to promote economic development, especially after the victory of our armed forces against terrorist groups, where the next phase requires the reconstruction of liberated cities, allowing Turkish companies and businessmen to Turkish companies that have extensive experience in various fields "He said.

Al-Ani added that "the new Iraqi government and within its directions are working to support the private sector and involve it in the process of economic development, especially that the Iraqi government's 2018-2022 ministerial platform gave priority to economic and trade openness to neighboring countries with strong desire to find economic partnerships in all fields to establish strategic projects Great serving two ". 

For her part, the Turkish Minister of Trade Rohzar Bakijan on "her country's desire to find investment opportunities in Iraq as it represents fertile ground for investment, especially after the stability of its security situation in recent times." 

Al-Ani sponsored an agreement between the Iraqi Chamber of Commerce and its Turkish counterpart.
The head of the Iraqi Chambers of Commerce, Abdul Razzaq al-Zuhairi, said that "we seek through this meeting to increase the volume of trade and economic exchange between Iraq and Turkey for a wider range and achieve partnerships at the level of the private sector in our countries. This meeting is an important pillar for activating economic relations between Iraq and Turkey and achieving the greatest benefit especially Of the Iraqi economy by supporting the economic trade movement between the two countries. "

Al-Zuhairi added, "We are working in the Federation of Chambers of Commerce to build an important local industry that takes into account the potential of our country and the large factories it owns. The Iraqi private sector should participate in industrial and commercial projects that contribute to the development of the Iraqi industry and trade sectors in various fields, And can not be developed economy unless there is development of Iraqi industries that have a good history, and therefore we need today the Turkish expertise in support of Iraqi industries and the construction of Iraqi factories in various food and textile specialties and various sectors of industry as the production of clothing, and must also Dr. Iraq was an important industrial center through the activation of treatment or the construction of new plants.




[size=15]General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: Iraq and Turkey have a desire to liquidate the trade agreements between the two countries 1803
[/size]





claud39
claud39
VIP Member
VIP Member

Posts : 10622
Join date : 2018-11-04

Back to top Go down

Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum