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Post by RamblerNash on Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:54 pm

In figures .. Iraqi losses daily from cutting off the Internet

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2019/11/8 9:13

{International: Euphrates News} A source in the Central Bank of Iraq that the loss of financial, electronic and tourism sectors in Iraq, exceeded one billion and a half billion dollars because of the interruption of Internet service.

The source told Reuters the private sector had been hit by the Internet shutdown imposed by the government to try to curb the unrest.

The source added that private banks in Iraq recorded losses of about 16 million dollars a day since the first interruption of the Internet in early October last.

He said the combined losses of private banks, mobile phone companies, money transfer services, tourism and airline ticketing offices exceeded an average of $ 40 million a day, equivalent to about $ 1.5 billion in just over a month.

The Net Blox network, which monitors Internet activity in the world, has confirmed that economic figures independently reviewed indicate that the government of Iraq, not the demonstrators, is responsible for disrupting vital infrastructure, which suffered losses in GDP nearing $ 2 billion. ".

The statement came in response to a claim by the representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in Iraq, that the closure of the roads of oil installations and ports by the demonstrators causing the loss of billions.

https://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=218147
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