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Post by claud39 on Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:35 pm

I am simply showing you what is happening now with this conference, and that of December, and the article of parliament to warn investors that the oil and gas law is going to be passed, in my case I give myself 2 dates to see their return on the international, either in early October, or at the beginning of the year of January, we see the reconstruction project that will start for the beginning of 2020, it looks like it's their plan, I wish you a good day to all!


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ABOUT CONFERENCE




[size=14]On behalf of Iraq Energy Institute, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 5[size=11]th
 Iraq Energy Forum (IEF 2019), taking place in Royal Tulip Al-Rasheed Hotel, Baghdad, on the 14th – 17th September 2019.

Held in cooperation with the Government of Iraq, and in collaboration with the relevant ministries, the event brings together an exclusive line up of policy makers, government officials, industry leaders, experts, and the investor community.
The theme of IEF 2019 will be “Economic Cooperation for Middle East Peace & Prosperity”; as Baghdad strengthens its relations with its neighbours through diplomatic and trade ties, we will explore the impact of this strategy both within the Middle East and internationally in these politically tumultuous times.
IEF 2019 will address these and other key issues, including:
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  • Iraq’s re-emergence after the war on ISIS and its position as a regional unifier;
  • Energy industry agility against global uncertainties and the role of OPEC;
  • The capacity of the energy sector in spurring synergies with the rest of the economy;
  • The rise of youth entrepreneurship and easing access to finance;
  • The role of technology driven innovation in creating a knowledge based economy and
  • Empowering women and ensuring their contribution to the economy.

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We at Iraq Energy Institute are committed to creating a platform for professional dialogue where we can maximize opportunities inherent in some of the challenges facing the region and develop Iraq’s energy sector for the benefit of all Iraqis and the investor community in an open dialogue with the relevant stakeholders.
We look forward to welcoming you in Baghdad.
Professor Ali Sayigh
Iraq Energy Forum Chair
Iraq Energy Institute – Chairman of the Board




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Remaining Agile in a World of Disruption


2019 has been a roller coaster for the energy markets. Rising political risk in key producing states and geopolitical turmoil has pressured prices from the supply side, combining with the effects of a lack of new supply following the investment collapse of 2014-2018. On the demand side, the impact of the so called “trade war,” has threatened prices, even as investment budgets make a welcome return, while general economic malaise has haunted the sector.
Topics: Economy, Energy & Global Geopolitics

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Human Capital as a Long Term Investment


The idea of capacity building – strengthening institutions through technical assistance and training, often through the medium of short term courses and workshops, has come under more scrutiny in recent years. Studies of this form of development, which consumes as much as a quarter of the global aid budget, have found that in many cases, programs are designed without enough attention to local contextual factors. 
Topics: Institutional Development & Capacity Building

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Breaking Rentiership Through Regional Economic Consolidation


During the war against Daesh, Iraq cultivated a foreign policy where the aim was to rally greater support from as many nations as possible to fight a common enemy: the world’s most dangerous terrorist organisation. 
Topics: Regional Integration, Economic Diversification & BRI

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Finding the Right Balance in Iraq's Oil & Gas Market


Since the revival of Iraq’s oil and gas sector, starting in 2003, upstream has been Iraq’s most successful area in terms of attracting foreign capital, with production rising rapidly since 2009. Iraq has avoided the fate of a number of nations who succumbed to resource nationalism and collapsing production. 
Topics: Upstream Development, Refining & Petrochemicals

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Iraq & the Global Green Revolution


In May, the Ministry of Electricity announced tenders for 755 MW of solar power, potentially heralding Iraq’s venture into a regionally growing sector. In the last decade, the price of installing solar power has fallen by 70%, but there remain some barriers to widespread adoption; as with any other power generation, contractual terms for building power stations have to be attractive and the wider marketplace, with productive subsidies and tariff reform, has to allow for economically sustainable Independent Power Producer (IPP) initiatives, over the long term. 
Topics: Natural Gas, Power & Renewable Energy

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Iraq’s Economy Reaches a Turning Point: Facilitating Private Sector Growth


Challenges in Iraq are often seen as being related to one ministry alone or one sector. In fact, mobilising investment in Iraq to create jobs, improve human development and stabilise the country is a cross-sector, systemic challenge.
Topics: Investment, Finance & Private Sector Development

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Women in Energy: A Force Multiplier


In Iraq, the energy sector as a whole employs hundreds of thousands of people, while sustaining many more indirect jobs. Globally, millions of workers across the sector power the world economy, yet the energy sector in many countries is one of the least gender diverse.
Topics: Women in Energy & Broader Economy

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Iraq's New Tech Contractors


Iraq’s tech hubs, from Fikra Space to Erbil TechHub and The Station in Baghdad have quickly outgrown their roots as co-working initiatives. These efforts have become the building blocks of new ventures, and foreign investors are increasingly looking at the next steps. 
Topics: Technology, Innovation & Tech Entrepreneurship

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Unlocking Economic Potential via Connectivity


One of the success stories in Iraq has been the rapid adoption of mobile internet technology, which has pushed internet penetration from negligible levels a decade ago to well over 50%, while many more Iraqis have some form of access to the internet. 
Topics: Telecommunications & Technology

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Bypassing Barriers Through E-Governance


Across the developing world, traditional governance structures are being disrupted and moving towards vastly improved efficiency, sweeping aside layers of bureaucracy through faster adoption of electronic governance, sometimes called “smart government.”
Topics: E-Government

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Transitioning Towards A Sustainable Knowledge Economy


Iraq’s Education Ministries, developing private sector and public sector all have a role in shaping Iraq’s next generation to match the coming transitions in the 21st century. 
Topics: Knowledge Economy & Sustainability

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Banking the Unbaked: Access to Finance


A decade ago, the majority of Iraqis were “unbanked,” fuelling an erratic cash economy and providing citizens with little financial security. This is changing fast thanks not only to digital mobile wallets, but major government programs that are making salary disbursal electronic. 
Topics: Access to Finance & Microfinance

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08:30 Registration & Welcome Coffee
09:30 National Anthem & Opening Remarks
09:35 to 10:15 Keynote Speeches
10:30 OPEC’s Short Documentary (5 Minutes)
10:35 Plenary Session-1: Energy, Regional Economics and Geopolitics
12:00 Networking Coffee Break
12:15 Plenary Session-2: Upstream Development
14:00 VIP Luncheon & Networking
14:45 Plenary Session-3: Energy Diplomacy
16:15 Plenary Session-4: Natural Gas & Downstream Development

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08:30 Registration & Welcome Coffee
09:30 – 10:15 Keynote Speeches
10:30 Plenary Session-5: The Role of Multinational Companies in Powering Iraq 
12:00 Networking Coffee Break
12:15 Plenary Session-6: The Rise of Iraq’s Independent Power Producers
14:00 VIP Luncheon & Networking
14:45 Plenary Session-7: Renewable Energy Potential & Regional Interconnection
16:15 Plenary Session-8: Mega Projects’ Policies, Finance and Legal Framework

 

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08:30 Registration & Welcome Coffee
09:30 – 10:15 Keynote Speeches
10:30 Plenary Session-9: Technology, Telecommunications and e-Government
12:00 Networking Coffee Break
12:15 Plenary Session-10: Knowledge Economy & Sustainable Development
14:00 VIP Luncheon & Networking
14:45 Plenary Session-11: Entrepreneurship & Access to Finance
16:15 Plenary Session-12: Capacity Building & Women Empowerment

 

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08:30 Registration & Welcome Coffee
09:30 Iraq Energy Annual Award Ceremony
09:45 – 10:30 Keynote Speeches
10:45 Plenary Session-13: Subsidies & Tariff Reform Initiative
12:15 Plenary Session-14: Policy Makers Debate Session
14:00 VIP Luncheon & Networking
14:45 Plenary Session-15: Economic Diversification & Industralisation Policy
16:15 Plenary Session-16: Federalism & Institutional Building
17:30 Closing Remarks & Announcement of IEF 2020

 

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Fair Abdul-Mahdi
Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq


Thamir Al-Ghadhban
Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs
Minister of Oil – Republic of Iraq


Fouad Hussein
Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs
Minister of Finance – Republic of Iraq



Jamal Al-Adily
Minister of Water Resources
Republic of Iraq


Luay Al-Khatteeb
Minister of Electricity
Republic of Iraq


Naim Al-Rubaye
Minister of Communications
Republic of Iraq



Qusay Al-Suhail
Minister of Higher Education
Republic of Iraq


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Executive Director
International Energy Agency


Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo
Secretary General
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Hala Zawati
Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan


Joe Kaeser
President and Chief Executive Officer
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John Rice
Chairman
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Mohammad Abunayyan
Chairman of the Board
Acwa Power


Saroj Kumar Jha
Regional Director for the Mashreq
The World Bank


Ziad Daoud
Chief Middle East Economist
Bloomberg



Zaid Elyaseri
Iraq Country Manager
British Petroleum


Musab Alkateeb
CEO
Siemens Iraq


Jafar Oklany
Commercial Director
Shell



Sami Al-Araji
Chairman
National Investment Commission – Republic of Iraq


Adnan Al-Janabi
Vice Chairman of the Board
Iraq Energy Institute


Abbas Kadhim
Director and Resident Senior Fellow, Iraq Initiative
Atlantic Council



Matthew H. Tueller
United States Ambassador to Iraq


Bruno Aubert
French Ambassador to Iraq 


Juan José Escobar - Stemmann
Spanish Ambassador to Iraq



Paul Gibbard
Canadian Ambassador to Iraq 


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Turkish Ambassador to Iraq


Eric Strating
Dutch Ambassador to Iraq



Ambassador
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Saman Bojan
Area Director
Asiacell


Ali Al-Zahid
CEO
Zain Iraq



Ramon Blecua
Train EU Ambassador to Iraq


Alia Moubayed
Managing Director
Jefferies


Amena Bakr
Senior Gulf Energy Correspondent
Energy Intelligence



Ali Al-Saffar
Middle East and North Africa Programme Manager
International Energy Agency


Nude Talabany
Member of the Board
Iraq Energy Institute


Yesar Al-Maleki
Managing Director
Iraq Energy Institute



Robert Tollast
Editor
Iraq Energy Institute


Anas Alhajji
Keynote Speaker, Author & Energy Markets Expert


Robin Mills
Chief Executive Officer
Qamar Energy



Zainab Al Qurnawi
Managing Partner
QC Law Firm


Samya Laughing
Senior Correspondent
Iraq Oil Report


Noam Raydan
MENA Analyst
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WELCOME TO IRAQ ENERGY FORUM 2019 Footerlogo  8th IRAQ OIL & GAS - BASRA SHOW
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Iraq is indisputably one of the most attractive regions in the world having the immense oil & gas reserves and production potential.

According to the recent reports, OPEC holds 81.9% of World petroleum reserves. Among OPEC members, Iraq is holding the top 4th crude oil reserves, after Venezuela, Saudi Arabia and Iran (by the end of 2015). In terms of crude oil production, Iraq holds the 2nd place after Saudi Arabia.

8th Iraq Oil & Gas - Basra Exhibition & Conference presents a wide variety of opportunities for international investors as more than [size=14]1300 companies exhibited, 60 companies sponsored
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We would also like to extend our sincere gratitude to the Esteemed Ministry of Oil, Republic of Iraq for their continuous support by officially sponsoring the show this year as well.

7th Iraq Oil & Gas - Basra Exhibition & Conference officially sponsored by Iraq Ministry of Oil and it was opened by Minister of Oil of the Republic of Iraq and Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Event participants represent a wide spectrum of organizations specialized in oil and gas production and processing operations, manufacturers of industry diversified machinery, equipment and materials.

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Post by claud39 on Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:38 pm

Chairman of the Committee on Oil and Energy affirms during the Iraq Energy Forum determined to pass the oil and gas law


15/9/2019

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The Deputy Chairman of the Commission on Oil and Energy on Sunday 15/9/2019 during the Iraq Energy Forum in the presence of a number of members of the Committee, the House of Representatives and the Commission intend to pass the oil and gas law, calling on international companies to invest in energy.

MP Halbousi said during the forum held under the slogan (economic cooperation for peace and prosperity in the Middle East) in the presence of the Ministers of Electricity, Finance and Water, With the investment companies that we hope to provide a helping hand each according to its competence. ”

“The committee has prepared investment plans that include facilitating the work of investment companies by eliminating all sanctions and finding laws that are in line with the requirements of companies to ensure better investment in the field of energy, in addition to investment in other important areas such as health, education and services to ensure the building of the country and living and the speed of completion. These projects. ”

"The committee is determined to legislate the law of oil and energy to ensure the distribution of natural resources to all the Iraqi people equally."


"The committee is continuing to find solutions to the problems and shortages in the field of electrical energy, including the construction and development of transmission and distribution stations to be of high quality to ensure its stability," he said.

We have a plan to activate the investment in the field of renewable energy investment through the investment of solar energy to generate electric power to fill the shortage in energy and solve the problems of transport and distribution,” he said, inviting the competent companies in this field to submit their offers.

The Chairman of the Committee stressed that "we have plans to invest associated gas in oil fields and invested through the operation of operating fields in order to reduce pollution and emissions and strive to raise production rates associated gas."

Al-Halbousi stressed that "the committee is seeking to develop an integrated scientific program to restore our country to a distinguished regional center where our country is witnessing fundamental transformations in most areas after the elimination of ISIS terrorist gangs and the security and political stability." He stressed that "our committee has a plan in the field of oil exploration and development of gas fields by focusing on the development of the crutches and Mansourieh."

"The committee seeks to raise the rates of export of crude oil through the fields on which production is currently being developed and are currently being developed in various provinces, especially the joint fields between Iraq and neighboring countries," said Halbousi.

Al-Halbousi called on the investing companies to cooperate with all ministries and each according to the program designed to accomplish the current and future projects in order to ensure the achievement of the desired goal to provide all services at the lowest competitive prices to alleviate the burden of the Iraqi citizen and create jobs to eliminate unemployment because the country has all the ingredients to invest in the field. Invest in a fixed period of time.

He stressed that the committee opened all its doors at any time before foreign companies to overcome all obstacles and difficulties in order to open investments in all areas.

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Post by claud39 on Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:52 pm

As I mentioned from the beginning, I'm not a guru, but simply a news reader who shares the news that I read during the day, I make my own opinion, you read the news and make your own opinion on the subject of dinars, but notice 2 conference on energy, the United States pushes Iraq on their return on the WTO, and a delegation goes to Baghdad in November for the continuation on the accession at the WTO funny coincidence for me we should have a nice beginning of January, it's just in 3 1/2 months to have a nice change on the international


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The Minister of Commerce, Dr. Mohammed Hashem Al-Ani, on Wednesday, during a meeting with Minister Plenipotentiary for Economic Affairs at the US Embassy Patrick Dunn Iraq's keenness to develop trade and economic relations with all countries of the world
"The Minister of Commerce, Dr. Mohammed Hashem Al-Ani, discussed with the Minister Plenipotentiary for Economic Affairs at the US Embassy Patrick Dunn, ways of developing economic and trade relations between Iraq and America and exchanging views on issues of mutual understanding," the ministry said in a statement.

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The minister pointed out that "during the meeting discussed the issue of Iraq's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the steps taken by Iraq to join the WTO and the most important required files related to the process of accession in accordance with the requirements of the current stage, the most important file memorandum of foreign trade policy for Iraq and a file of the preliminary presentation of goods and services and a plan file Legislative implementation and the intellectual property file, as well as the issue of facilitating the granting of business visas to both parties.
The minister stressed, "Iraq's keenness to develop trade and economic relations with all countries of the world, especially the United States of America in the light of the government program announced by the Prime Minister and ratified by Parliament, in addition to the importance of developing and developing joint relations at all levels and seeking to open new channels of communication with Countries of the world. "
In turn, Minister Plenipotentiary Patrick pointed to "the importance of developing relations and activating them in the economic aspect."
He stressed, "the importance of the forum, which will be held during the next few months and includes businessmen between the two countries that Iraq has fertile ground encourages investors to enter the Iraqi market and this forum includes all economic, trade, agriculture and industry to other areas."




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WTO Accessions 2019 — Evolving Work Programme Notes: 

* LDC — AGST (Agricultural Supporting Tables); 

CVQ (Customs Valuation Questionnaire); DWPR (Draft Working Party Report); FS (Factual Summary of Points Raised); ILQ (Import Licensing Questionnaire); LAP (Legislative Action Plan); LEG (legislation); MA (market access); MFTR (Memorandum on the Foreign Trade Regime); Q1 (1st quarter); STQ (State Trading Questionnaire); TA (technical assistance); WP (Working Party); WPM (Working Party meeting). Accession WP WP Establishment Last WP Meeting State of Play Upcoming Activity 


1. Algeria (DZA) Chair: H.E. Mr. José Luís CANCELA GÓMEZ (Uruguay) 17 June 1987 14WPM, 31 March 2014 - Preparation of updated inputs (replies, LAP, AGSTs, LEG)

 2. Andorra (AND) 22 October 1997 Inactive 

3. Azerbaijan (AZE) Chair: H.E. Dr Walter WERNER (Germany) 16 July 1997 14WPM, 28 July 2017 - Preparation of updated inputs (replies, LAP, AGSTs, LEG) 

4. The Bahamas (BHS) Chair: H.E. Mr. Andrew STAINES (United Kingdom) 18 July 2001 4WPM, 5 April 2019 - Preparation of updated inputs (replies, EDWPR) - 5WPM, Q4 2019 (TBC) 

5. Belarus (BLR) Chair: H.E. Mr. Kemal MADENOĞLU (Turkey) 27 October 1993 12WPM, 11 July 2019 - Submission of questions by 9 August 2019 - 13WPM, Q4 2019 (TBC)

 6. Bhutan* (BTN) Chair: H.E. Dr. Elisabeth TICHYFISSLBERGER (Austria) 6 October 1999 4WPM, 30 January 2008 No activity since 2008

 7. Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) Chair: H.E. Mr. Atanas PAPARIZOV (Bulgaria) 15 July 1999 13WPM, 7 February 2018 - Preparation of updated inputs (replies, LAP as well as DWPR) - Next/final WPM to be held in 2019 (TBC)

 8. Comoros* (COM) Chair: H.E. Mr. Luis Enrique CHÁVEZ BASAGOITIA (Peru) 9 October 2007 4WPM, 28 March 2018 - Preparation updated inputs (replies, LAP as well as DWPR) - Circulation of updated inputs - 5WPM, Q3 2019 (TBC) 

9. Equatorial Guinea (GNQ) Chair: Pending 5 February 2008 No WPM held to date - Preparation of MFTR - Secretariat's TA mission to Malabo (TBC) 

10. Ethiopia* (ETH) Chair: H.E. Mr Morten JESPERSEN (Denmark) 10 February 2003 3WPM, 27 March 2012 - Preparation of full range of updated inputs (LAP, LEG, AGST, all questionnaires and checklists, MA offers, as well as FS) - 4WPM, Q4 2019 (TBC) 

11. Iran (IRN) Chair: Pending 26 May 2005 No WPM held to date - Preparation of updated inputs (MFTR and MA offers)

 12. Iraq (IRQ) Chair: H.E. Mr. Omar HILALE (Morocco) 13 December 2004 2WPM, 2 April 2008 and Informal WPM, 17 November 2017 - Updated MFTR circulated in Feb. 2018. - Preparation of full range of updated inputs (replies, LAP, LEG, AGST, checklists and questionnaires, MA offers) - Joint WTO/World Bank TA mission, 25- 26 July - High Level Conference on WTO Accession, Baghdad, November 2019 



13. Lebanese Republic (LBN) Chair: Mr. Jean-Paul THUILLIER (France) 14 April 1999 7WPM, 28 October 2009 - Updated inputs (AGST, LAP, LEG, checklists and questionnaires, as well as DWPR) circulated to WP in April-June 2017 - Preparation of updated MA offers 

14. Libya (LBY) Chair: Mr. Victor ECHEVARRÍA UGARTE (Spain) 27 July 2004 No WPM held to date Inactive 

15. Sao Tome and Principe* (STP) Chair: Pending 26 May 2005 No WPM held to date - Preparation of MFTR

 16. Serbia (SRB) Chair: H.E. Mrs Marie-Claire SWÄRD CAPRA (Sweden)15 February 2005 13WPM, 13 June 2013 - Preparation of updated inputs (AGST, LAP, LEG as well as DWPR) - 14WPM (TBC) 

17. Somalia* (SOM) Chair: Pending 7 December 2016 No WPM held to date - Preparation of MFTR - Circulation of MFTR 

18. South Sudan* (SSD) Chair: H.E. Mr. Mohammad Qurban HAQJO (Afghanistan) 13 December 2017 1WPM, 21 March 2019 - Preparation of updated MFTR, as well as other inputs (replies, checklists, LAP, LEG, initial MA offers) - TA WTO/ITC mission, November 2019 - 2WPM, Q4 2019 (TBC)

 19. Sudan* (SDN) Chair: Mr. Katsuro NAGAI (Japan) 25 October 1994 4WPM, 14 July 2017 - Updated inputs circulated (AGSTs, LAP, LEG, as well as FS) circulated in January 2019 - 5WPM in 2019 (TBC) 

20. Syrian Arab Republic (SYR) Chair: Pending 4 May 2010 No WPM held to date Inactive

 21. Timor-Leste* (TLS) Chair: H.E. Mr. Rui MACIEIRA (Portugal) 7 December 2016 No WPM held to date - Preparation of replies on MFTR circulated in July 2017, as well as other inputs (LAP, LEG, initial MA offers) - Secretariat's TA mission to Dili, 2019 (TBC) - 1WPM, 2019 (TBC) 

22. Uzbekistan (UZB) Chair: H.E. Ms PAIK Ji-ah (Republic of Korea) 21 December 1994 3WPM, 14 October 2005 - Circulation of MFTR on 25 July 2019 - Submission of questions by 30 August 2019 - Preparation of a full set of updated negotiating inputs - 4WPM, Q4 2019 (TBC)



https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/acc_e/nl_e/2019_04_acc_newsletter_e.pdf





You can see their meeting on page 7 at point 12 for the appointment in November 2019 !!


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Post by claud39 on Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:13 pm

Here is another good reason for the beginning of 2020 for a change on the international, as to mention, it is the news of Iraq, not of a guru, but the real actuality of the country, for me if you want to commercialize with the outside world you must have a value on the dinar to compete with other currencies, and the central bank, with the association of banks deprive who works big on the financial inclusion, and this is the IMF project for the medium East for financial inclusion.




The Central Bank holds a workshop in preparation for the classification of banks operating in Iraq internationally




September 15, 2019





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As part of the efforts of the Central Bank of Iraq to develop the performance of banks and keep them in line with international standards, this bank held a workshop on the requirements of classification of banks operating in Iraq by international agencies.

 

The workshop included assessment requirements from international rating agencies, most notably:

- Challenges faced by banks to prepare evaluation within international standards.

The positive impact of the evaluation with international banking relations and correspondent banks.

- The impact of evaluation in increasing the principle of transparency of shareholders and the application of corporate governance.

Risk assessment of banks in neutral terms and its importance in correcting gaps and increasing future hedges.

 

It is noteworthy that the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Iraq approved in its resolution No. (113) of 2019 to the adoption of international credit rating agencies for banks operating in Iraq and work from 2020.

 


Central Bank of Iraq

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2019/9/15










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https://cbi.iq/news/view/1281
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Okay, I'm going to put one last piece of news to confirm my logic, as I'll always mention it's my own opinion, to you to make your own opinion, the article is dated October 29, 2914, and they mentioned that they would delay the 5-year project, ie until the beginning of 2020 or 2014 + 5 years = 2019


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[size=39]Iraqi Dinar revaluation postponed by Central Bank for 5 years says MP Noura al-Bajari[/size]


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Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) A member of the Parliamentary Economic and Investment Commission, MP Noura al-Bajari, confirmed on Wednesday that the initiative to revalue and delete zeros from the Iraqi Dinar is ready for implementation by the Central Bank although it will be delayed by five years given the political and security situation of Iraq.

In an interview with IraqiNews.com al-Bajari said “The policy to delete zeros from the Iraqi currency is ready to be executed by the Central Bank, however, its implementation will be delayed by 5 years on the basis of the extreme security and political situation of the country.”

Al-Bajari said that the head of the Central Bank of Iraq had previously said that this policy from parliament was accepted and that the zeros will be deleted from the Iraqi currency in the next 5 years.





https://www.iraqinews.com/features/iraqi-dinars-project-postponed-5-years-says-central-bank/
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