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Post by claud39 on Mon Aug 26, 2019 2:35 pm

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Rudaw - Erbil  

announced the parliamentary Finance Committee in the Iraqi parliament, on the trend to re-work in the currency and delete zeros from banknotes, in order to strengthen the economy. 

"During meetings and discussions with Central Bank officials, we stressed the need to re-operate the coins that were used in Iraq during the past decades, rather than paper that is damaged and printed in large quantities again," committee member Hanin al-Qadu told the official Al-Sabah newspaper. 

He continued that "the use of metal categories and their descent for circulation gives a notional value of the currency," saying that "a number of neighboring countries - exchange rates are very high against the dollar - and yet we find that it has a coin in order to preserve the currency and not need to ask for more banknotes, especially With small categories. "

He pointed to the surprise of the policy of the Central Bank, which does not favor the introduction of coins for circulation in the Iraqi market. 

Ahmed al-Saffar, a member of the committee, said, "The cost of a coin is more than paper money, and it is more difficult to carry it on the citizen." 

He pointed out that "inflation in the economy prevents the minting of coins and make them circulate among citizens," suggesting that "there is a step to delete the zeros preceding the coinage process to be a value for small groups to large." 

The Committee on Economy and Investment in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, revealed in 2014 that the Central Bank completed its preparations for the issuance of coins of seven small categories gradually in a project that takes between four to five years to complete.

The Iraqi currency was abolished in 1991 when the international economic embargo on the country increased the rate of inflation in Iraq by 1000%, and the situation under the economic siege resulted in a large and continuous rise in prices, which destroyed the value of the Iraqi currency and reaching a very low exchange rate, which made Coin and few currency denominations without value. 

It is noteworthy that the Iraqi dinar, which was equal to 3.22 dollars before Iraqs invasion of Kuwait in 1990, its value fell so that the dollar became equivalent to three thousand dinars by 1996, and the value of the exchange rate of the Iraqi currency significantly after 2003, but returned to stability at about 1200 dinars Per dollar.





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Post by claud39 on Mon Aug 26, 2019 2:37 pm

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Economic expert Latif al-Okaili, on Saturday, that the government's approach to reprinting the currency will reduce the burden of damage to banknotes in the markets.

"The use of metal categories and their descent for circulation gives a notional value to the currency as it aims to preserve the currency and not need to request more banknotes, especially those with small categories," he said. This is a negative indicator of the country's economy. ”

He added that "the government's approach to reprinting the coin will reduce the burden of damage to banknotes in the market and reprinting again."


With regard to the possibility of raising the price of the dinar against the dollar, Al-Okaili said, "The central bank follows a fiscal policy to keep the exchange rate of the dinar against the dollar fixed without change to not enter inflation."


The parliamentary Finance Committee, on Monday, announced a trend to re-work in the currency and the removal of zeros from banknotes, in order to strengthen the economy.Finished 8







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Post by claud39 on Mon Aug 26, 2019 2:50 pm

Public holidays and celebrations in Iraq





Year 2019









[th]Dated[/th][th]Day of the week[/th][th]Public holiday name[/th][th]Type of public holiday[/th]
January 1TuesdayNew Year's DayNational Day
January 6SundayArmy DayNational Day
March 20WednesdayMarch equinoxseason
March 21ThursdayNowruzConsider
May 1WednesdayLabor Day Labor DayOfficial holiday
June 5WednesdayEid al-Fitr (the end of Ramadan)National Day
June 6ThursdayEid al-FitrNational Day
June 7FridayEid al-FitrNational Day
June 21FridayJune blowseason
July 14SundayRepublic DayOfficial holiday
August 12MondayEid al-Adha (Eid al-Adha)National Day
August 13TuesdayEid al-Adha holidayNational Day
August 14WednesdayEid al-Adha holidayNational Day
August 15ThursdayEid al-Adha holidayNational Day

September 1

Sunday

Islamic New Year

National Day

September 10TuesdayAshuraOfficial holiday
September 23MondaySeptember equinoxseason
October 3ThursdayIraqi Independence DayNational Day
November 10SundayProphet's birthdayOfficial holiday
Dec 22SundayDecember coupseason
December 25WednesdayChristmas DayNational Day
December 31TuesdayNew Year's EveConsider









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Post by claud39 on Mon Aug 26, 2019 2:53 pm

Economist: Reprinting the coin will reduce the burden of paper damage


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Economic expert Latif al-Okaili said on Saturday that the government's approach to reprinting the coin would ease the burden of damage to banknotes in the markets.
Al-Okaili said in a statement to Al-Maalouma that the use of the metal categories and their descent for trading gives a notional value to the currency as it aims to preserve the currency and not need to request more banknotes, especially those with small categories. "This is a negative indicator of the country's economy."
He added that "the government's approach to reprinting the coin will reduce the burden of damage to banknotes in the market and reprinting again."
With regard to the possibility of raising the price of the dinar against the dollar, Okaili said, "The central bank is tired of a fiscal policy to keep the exchange rate of the dinar against the dollar unchanged for not entering inflation."
The parliamentary Finance Committee, on Monday, announced a trend to re-work in the currency and the removal of zeros from banknotes, in order to strengthen the economy. Finished 25 T.



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Post by claud39 on Mon Aug 26, 2019 9:45 pm

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There have been recent parliamentary voices calling for the reintroduction of coins (coinage) and reintroduction into circulation, as well as reconsideration of the project to delete the three zeros from the Iraqi currency, at a time when economists regarded it as part of the great economic reform process in the country.
 

 

Strategic Plan



Economist Dr. Essam Mohamed Hassan said that "the Central Bank decided earlier to develop a plan to create coins as part of a restructuring plan that requires the approval of the House of Representatives as a strategic plan will contribute to support the value of the Iraqi dinar in trading 



"The change of currency means that a new currency replaces an old currency, with a specified replacement rate, and removes the zeros of the old currency or moves the decimal places to the left," he said. Financial support for the national economy. "



Hassan said that "the coin project, launched in 2004 did not succeed because of the absence of comprehensive economic reforms to support the financial value of the dinar in the global market," explaining that the coins will be one of the important intermediate currencies that will be used for trading and transactions. 


"Deleting zeros and reintroducing coins has to do with economic reforms because coins, because of their durability, are longer than coins that are quickly damaged," he said. In 2004, "indicating that this requires the dissemination of a culture to educate the public about the economic feasibility of the minted currency." 
 

Delete the zeros



Dr. Abdul Hussein Al-Ghalbi, an economist at the Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Kufa, said: "The process of changing the currency is not limited to deleting zeros, but it can be done by adding a number of zeros or moving the decimal places to the right, as happened in South Africa in 1961, but the situation Prevailing over the past 50 years in most countries is the elimination of zeros because of the hyperinflation witnessed by many countries, which obliges to add zeros to their currencies in those circumstances, and then get rid of zeros at the end 



Al-Ghalbi stressed that "changing the currency does not affect productivity, as well as that this change does not affect the purchasing power of money, because the power comes from the increased demand for money against the money supply, and as long as the purchasing power does not change, the demand for currency and money supply They do not change, because deleting zeros does not entitle monetary institutions and the central bank to print more money and pump it into 
Economy".



Al-Ghalbi added that "the central bank is constrained by the existing cash in the process of replacement, but foreign trade will not be affected as the price of exports will remain the same unchanged, as well as import payments are not affected because foreign exchange is in foreign currency versus domestic, which remains unchanged because The purchasing power of a currency 
do not change".
 

Multiple benefits



"Changing currency and deleting zeros brings multiple benefits," said Al-Ghalbi. 
Public".



 He pointed out that "after the change of currency will occur a serious reduction in the volume of transactions with less amount of money, which facilitates all parties to deal with, especially
 Accountants. "
 

Monetary deception



Al-Ghalbi said that "currency change reduces the phenomenon of monetary deception experienced by people with a large number of zeros that are pushing towards generating inflationary pressures. Of inflation 
Untamed. "



He added that "currency change leads to greater confidence in local currency and credibility, and when there are a large number of zeros in the local currency people lose their confidence, especially those with transactions in wholesale markets and importers, as they will replace the local currency with stable international currencies such as the dollar or the euro, which deepens The phenomenon of dollarization in the domestic economy, which weakens monetary authority and reduces the effectiveness of policy 
Cash.






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Parliamentary Finance Empty Parliamentary Finance: allocate $ 20 billion budget 2020 to pay off external debt

Post by claud39 on Tue Aug 27, 2019 12:38 pm



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[rtl]Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:[/rtl]


[rtl]Revealed a member of the Finance Committee, Jamal Cougar, on Tuesday, the allocation of 20 billion dollars to pay dues and interest on external debt of the Iraqi state.[/rtl]





[rtl]He said in a press statement, followed by "tomorrow," that "the federal budget for 2020 will be allocated between $ 15 to $ 20 billion to pay the dues and benefits of external debt of the Iraqi state," stressing that his committee "will put a paragraph in the new budget to prevent Government from external borrowing. "[/rtl]


[rtl]He added that "these repugnant debts can not the Iraqi state if the policy continues to get rid of the interest of these loans," pointing out that "external debt has become a burden on Iraq without solutions to the problem."[/rtl]


[rtl]He ruled out a member of the Finance Committee "the arrival of the draft federal budget law for the next year to the House of Representatives in September, expected to arrive in mid-October next."[/rtl]


[rtl]He pointed out that "the Department of the budget is working to reduce the budget deficit expected 72 trillion dinars," noting that "the default deficit will be less than this figure."[/rtl]


[rtl]"The size of the federal budget for 2020 is estimated at 139 trillion dinars in calculating the price of a barrel of oil sale $ 53," said Kojer, a deputy for the Dohuk province, pointing out that "these figures are preliminary and will be subject to reduction or increase depending on variables."[/rtl]


[rtl]The member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Hanin al-Qadu, revealed on Wednesday (July 31, 2019), the size of Iraq's foreign debt since the war on ISIS and until now, indicating that it exceeded $ 100 billion.[/rtl]


[rtl]Al-Qadu said in an interview (Baghdad Today) that "the security conditions witnessed in the country in mid-2014, through the invasion of ISIS to some Iraqi provinces, as well as the significant decline in oil prices in the global market, caused the country to enter an economic crisis, led to Austerity policy and an external borrowing system. "[/rtl]


[rtl]He added that "the debt of Iraq as a result exceeded $ 100 billion, which calls for the revival of the private sector in order to promote the Iraqi economy and stop further borrowing[/rtl]

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Post by claud39 on Tue Aug 27, 2019 7:04 pm

Disclose the latest developments of the 2020 budget and the date of its arrival in the House of Representatives



2019/08/27


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Baghdad Today - Baghdad 

A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee Ahmed Hamma Rashid, on Tuesday, the latest developments of the budget law 2020, between the date of the arrival of the draft law .to the House of Representatives 

Rashid said in an interview (Baghdad Today), "The draft budget law for 2020, is still at the disposal of the government, and is working on the preparation of the draft, which is not ".ready, until the moment


And that "the draft budget law 2020, will reach the Council of Ministers in mid-September, for the purpose of ratification by the Council of Ministers, and then forwarded to Parliament and ".reach it, in the month of October

 The member of the parliamentary Finance Committee that "after arriving in the House of Representatives, we will wait for the details of the draft, and will work to make some ".amendments, which is the prerogative of Parliament 

Revealed a member of the Finance Committee, Jamal Couger earlier, on Tuesday (August 27, .2019), the allocation of $ 20 billion to pay dues and interest external debt of the Iraqi state

 Cougar said in a press statement that "the federal budget for 2020 will allocate between $ 15 billion to $ 20 billion to pay the dues and benefits of external debt owed by the Iraqi state," stressing that his committee "will put a paragraph in the new budget, which prevents the ".government from borrowing abroad 

He added that "these repugnant debts can not the Iraqi state if the policy continues to get rid of the interest of these loans," pointing out that "external debt has become a burden on Iraq ".without solutions to the problem

 He ruled out a member of the Finance Committee "the arrival of the draft federal budget law for the next year to the House of Representatives in September, expected to arrive in mid- ".October next 

He pointed out that "the Department of the budget is working to reduce the budget deficit ".expected 72 trillion dinars," noting that "the default deficit will be less than this figure 

The size of the federal budget for 2020 is estimated at 139 trillion dinars in calculating the" price of a barrel of oil sale $ 53," said Kojer, a deputy for the Dohuk province, pointing out that "these figures are preliminary and will be subject to reduction or increase depending on ".variables 

The member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Hanin al-Qadu, revealed on Wednesday (July 31, 2019), the size of Iraq's external debt since the war on ISIS until now, .indicating that it exceeded $ 100 billion 

Al-Qadu said in an interview (Baghdad Today) that "the security conditions witnessed in the country in mid-2014, through the invasion of ISIS to some Iraqi provinces, as well as the significant decline in oil prices in the global market, caused the country to enter an economic " .crisis, led to Austerity policy and an external borrowing system

 He added that "the debts of Iraq after that exceeded 100 billion dollars, which calls for the revival of the private sector in order to promote the Iraqi economy and stop further ".borrowing




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Post by claud39 on Wed Aug 28, 2019 12:53 pm

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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News 

Member of the Finance Committee, Haneen Qaddo, Wednesday, that any agreements held by ministries with international organizations and external bodies without the approval of the House of Representatives "illegal" and will be discussed within the dome of parliament.

 
"Agreements of the Ministry of Finance or other ministries cannot be legal unless they are approved by the House of Representatives," Kaddo said. 


He added, "If the project arrived in parliament will be discussed in conjunction with the reformulation of the general budget of the country for 2020, and will be rejected any agreement between any ministry with international organizations and external bodies." 


Regarding the publication of a 100% tax on cigarettes, Kaddou said,
According to media reports, the World Health Organization is working with the Iraqi Ministry of Finance to amend the tax on cigarettes, as the organization seeks to raise by 100 per cent, which doubles the prices of tobacco products. 


It is noteworthy that Iraq imports several types of cigarettes, from different countries, after it was producing cigarettes and perhaps the most famous "Sumer", and the latter is still available but manufactured in the United Arab Emirates.






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Post by claud39 on Mon Sep 16, 2019 4:54 pm

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BAGHDAD: The decisions of the Council of Ministers are supportive of investment and attracting capital, the head of the parliamentary economy and investment committee said on Monday.




 Kanani said in a press statement, "The Prime Minister's decision to support investment and investors is to stimulate to attract foreign capital and provide an appropriate environment for them and the application of the law," noting that "the Economic Commission sent several books to the Prime Minister to implement the provisions of the Investment Law and its application properly." 




He added that "the decisions of the Council of Ministers in the field of investment was feasible and beneficial to investors and provided an appropriate environment to facilitate foreign investment in Iraq, adding that" the committee will work to legislate laws supporting investment and the economy, including the law of reconstruction and investment, which works without law during the past period.





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Minister of Planning Receives Parliamentary Economy and Investment Committee




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The Minister of Planning, Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi, on Wednesday, received members of the Parliamentary Committee on Economy and Investment, in the presence of advanced staff in the Ministry of Planning, and during the meeting discussed the legislative impact in achieving the goals of Iraq's vision for sustainable development 2030.

During the meeting, Dr. Nouri Al-Dulaimi highlighted the ministry's endeavors achieved during the past period and highlighted the challenges ahead, and the importance of unifying all efforts in the outcome of one work in order to provide services that the citizen can see in their daily lives according to his priorities, invest national budgets and international support towards providing sustainable service projects, and provide more He pointed out the importance of enhancing the investment environment and supporting and empowering the private sector.


He pointed out that the ministry provides a consensual work vision to address all the stalled and delayed projects and pay the dues of contractors and ensure their rights, in joint coordination with the relevant authorities in the public and private sectors, stressing the ministry's endeavor through the data to be provided by the General Population and Housing Census 2020 to enhance the development and service reality in all governorates .


For their part, MPs praised the vision of the Ministry of Planning and its endeavors to achieve the objectives of sustainable development in accordance with the global vision, while Mr. Ahmed Kanani, Chairman of the Committee on Economy and Investment Parliamentarians and members of the Committee not to spare any effort that would support the ministry in the implementation of its vision.


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Chairman of the Committee on Economy and Investment MP Ahmed Salim Al-Kinani, accompanied by members of the Committee on Wednesday 18/9/2019 visited the Ministry of Planning and met with the Minister and the owners of the ministry.

During the visit, an extensive meeting was held to discuss important issues including the Public-Private Partnership Law, the Census Law and the Statistics Law.

During the meeting, MPs presented their views and observations regarding many of the problems afflicting the governorates, which directly affect the citizens' lives. Between the House of Representatives and the Ministry to discuss and evaluate the draft laws of partnership between the public and private sectors and the census.



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Hosted by the Finance Committee headed by MP d. Haitham Al-Jubouri and the presence of its members on Saturday 21/9/2019 Head of the Financial Control Bureau and the Association of Accountants and Auditors.



And discussed the hosting, which took place at the headquarters of the Finance Committee proposal to amend the law of the Association of Accountants and Auditors after the Committee heard the opinion of the President of the Office of Financial Supervision and the Association of Accountants and Auditors on the subject as well as the mechanism of work of international audit companies in Iraq.



The Finance Committee confirmed its support for the adoption of the adoption of Iraqi audit companies as well as any measure that would save public money from waste and combat all aspects of corruption and provide jobs for the unemployed.



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The Parliamentary Economy and Investment Committee held a meeting chaired by MP Ahmed Salim Al-Kinani and the presence of its members on Sunday 22/9/2019, and the participation of member of the Finance Committee MP Abdul-Saheb Darraji and member of the Services Committee MP Alaa Al-Rubaie, to discuss a number of important topics on his agenda.

The meeting discussed the law of partnership between the public and private sectors.

The committee also discussed the process of revising the procedures of the legislation of the mineral investment law.

 

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