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Post by Ponee on Thu Jul 30, 2015 6:15 pm

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I worked in international freight for 14 years.  I have started 4 companies from the ground floor up.  I know international freight inside out and upside down.

These tariffs are a HUGE thing. 

In order to implement the tariffs on Saturday, they HAVE to be using the "one window system" at the WTO.  There is no way around it.  In order to utilize that system, your country has to have accepted all international regulations, banking, swift, customs, trade agreements, ect ect ect.  In other words, the countries using that system are on the INTERNATIONAL SYSTEMS for anything and everything having to do with international trade.

What is the window system?  It is the system that ALL documents are lodged, banking transfers done, letters of credit issued, tracking of shipments and money, customs, tariffs, ANYTHING to do with International trade are recorded.  Anyone having anything to do with that particular trade or freight movement can log into the system, and see the status of that shipment door to door.

Now, everyone is all worried about their money supply... and how are they going to revalue it....

Recall all those loans they are getting???  Once that money is in their system, on account, it is their money.  The loan has to be repaid at the RATE THEY BORROWED IT AT. 

Now... let's say they have all this extra money (which they do now)... no matter what kind of currency it is... it will AUTOMATICALLY GAIN THE SAME VALUE THAT THE DINAR WILL IF THEY REVALUE.   The currency supply is next to none in Iraq.  The only holdings they have to cover are the ones out of country... which can be covered by the money they have borrowed.

Just some educated guessing...


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