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Post by Ssmith Wed Feb 06, 2019 10:09 am



Iraq is a real country with Real Currency and Real Wealth...eventually they will connect the dots to survive and prosper in the world system

Here’s a question...why is Iraq getting loans from other countries. You would think if value has changed they wouldn’t need loans... crazy or I’m getting crazy

The US lives on loans as well...it's just part of the world funding/banking system

Eccl yeah there it is , a debtor's system

..and a debt driven society!

Every time a dollar is printed, it is borrowed from the Federal Reserve .

If and when the US and world ever go Gold/asset backed currency, loans will greatly diminish cause the money is actually worth something and they just can't just print more as they do now

Bloomberg: Zimbabwe Delays Start of Dollar Trading to ‘Foolproof’ Systems


Central bank had planned to allow trading soon after Feb. 1

Delay will exacerbate shortage of foreign-exchange in country.

Zimbabwe delayed plans to allow companies and individuals to transfer dollars electronically as it tests systems to ensure they’re infallible, a central bank official said.

The postponement will exacerbate a dearth of cash in the southern African country that’s prevented beer and bread manufacturers from buying raw materials, and led to shortages of food and fuel.

Trading may go live after the central bank has issued its monetary policy statement around mid-February, the official said by phone Tuesday from the capital, Harare.

“The system is not yet live, but we will see how it goes by the time of the monetary policy statement,” the official said. Tests are continuing to ensure “everything is foolproof,” he said.
The Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries earlier this month said the government should allow banks to trade dollars in a bid to halt the economic collapse, which has seen the official inflation rate surge to 42 percent.

The central bank had said on Jan. 29 it planned to test the system until Feb. 1, before going live.

Zimbabwe scrapped its own currency a decade ago to end hyperinflation and adopted a basket of units instead, with the dollar being the most widely used. The central bank then printed quasi-greenbacks called bond notes and an electronic currency known as RTGS$ to fund rampant government spending. That’s resulted in a convoluted system of exchange rates, with consumers charged different prices depending on how they pay.


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