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Post by Ssmith Sat Feb 23, 2019 11:53 am



Just heard from my white house source.....its a gooooo.... no turning back now...all banks are in compliance as of 12 noon eastern today

jcp that's great news! When can we expect to receive that info and begin our process?

Trump wanted this done yesterday….. Said it will happen when all banks are closed… Could be any night....but they said it's a goo….. Also....Tony is right....no taxes

So starting at 9pm Eastern, it could pop at any time (all US banks closed)

is that source real high up JCP

YES ........... my source is exceptionally high........ Very very very high....... NO MORE EXCUSES FROM THEIR MOUTHS

I have good news: There is no Legitimate Reason for this not to roll out for us. Bank compliance issues after all this time? LOL. Two guys ain't appted yet in Iraq, and Iraq is operating just fine, thank you? LOL. It's been as peaceful as anyone could expect in Iraq for some time. What's the problem? If there is one, my suspicion is that it is at the GCR level, not Iraq RV level.

S&P: No expectations to raise Iraq's credit rating

Sky News Arabia-Abu Dhabi

The Standard & Poor credit rating agency said it does not expect to raise its rankings for Iraq over the next 12 months.

The agency confirmed its classification of Iraq at B-/b, with a stable outlook.

She noted that a stable outlook reflected its view that risks to the performance of public finances in Iraq would be contained.

According to the World Bank, GDP growth is expected to accelerate to 6.2 percent in 2019, backed by rising oil production.

In the following years, oil production is expected to increase slightly, reducing overall growth to an average of 2.5% until 2023, due to the limited capacity of the Iraqi government to mobilize investment in the oil sector.

Non-oil growth is expected to remain positive against the backdrop of high investment needed to rebuild the country's devastated infrastructure network, private consumption and investment.

However, sustainable recovery in the non-oil sectors will depend on the transition from immediate recovery due to improved security to the implementation of high-quality investments with secure financing.

Thus, reconstruction will continue to be an upward risk for growth (not in the baseline) due to the continuing uncertainty about how the process can proceed, according to the World Bank. link

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