indicating that they have removed restrictions on payments and transfers relating to current transactions, including repatriation of profits
Soonergirlie says(:):whoop there it is!
rcookie says():all the MENA countries except Syria have obtained IMF Article VIII status, indicating that they have removed restrictions on payments and transfers relating to current transactions, including repatriation of profits.
Soonergirlie says():(v) awesome
clay says to rcookie():WOW!!!
rcookie says():OBVIOUSLY IRAQ INCLUDED ON THAT LIST....AND EVIDENCED BY IMF STATMENTS IN LOI'S CONCERNING REMOVAL OF EXCHANGE RESTRICTIONS........
Soonergirlie says():nice job rcookie
rcookie says():44. The Recommendations of the MENA-OECD Investment Programme‟s Working Groups referred to above ask to liberalise “existing restrictions to repatriation of capital, establish timely and unrestricted transfers of the proceeds of the investment and guarantee for the repatriation of the capital when the investment is terminated”.
Generally, MENA countries vary in the degree to which foreign investors may freely repatriate capital. Several MENA countries also allow unhindered repatriation of capital without restriction.
Thirteen of the MENA countries (Bahrain, Djibouti, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and United Arab Emirates, Iraq and Libya) report that they allow repatriation of capital without restriction. Algeria, Morocco, Syria and Yemen, operate restrictions of varying depth.
rcookie says():D. Transparency45. Most MENA countries have made serious efforts to increase transparency of their foreign investment regimes, however for foreign investors in the region transparency still remains an issue of concern. The transparency of foreign investment regimes varies widely among MENA countries.
One reason of this is the relative lack of information made available to foreign parties by some MENA countries. Indeed, while some countries provide detailed reports in response to a survey on investment restrictions conducted by the IMF, others supply only cursory responses.
Similarly, a range of national government websites providing information of use to foreign investors extends from sophisticated sites containing relevant laws and regulations, details of establishment procedures and other useful content (usually in English or French as well as in Arabic) to sites with virtually no relevant information.
rcookie says():WELL.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,SIMILAR ISSUES BEING WORKED ON IN TGEIR WTO WORKING GROUP.........BOULYAAAAAAH!!..........
rcookie says():AND BTW....IRAQ IS LISTED IN THE 13 MENA COUNTRIES THAT ALLOW REPATRIATION OF CAPITAL WITHOUT RESTRICTION...
clay says to rcookie():WTO gotta love it
rcookie says():OK BEEF JERKY TIME.....INSERT EDDIE MURPHY VOICE HERE......
clay says to rcookie():thanks buddy great news
kalis says():wow with all news i really do think that Jan or mid jan 2016 we will all be happy with a change in value of coarse all my buds think I am nuts .lol
Doug_W says to kalis():what do they know?
Doug_W says to kalis():and so I ask."Who will have the LAST laugh" ?
loop says():Iraq's oil minister announces fire in a well field Qayyarah
By Roudao Firefighters try to extinguish a fire in Qayyarah - archive
Roudao - Erbil announced Iraq 's oil minister, Ali Jabbar Hussein and coffee on Saturday, November 19, 2016 to extinguish the well No. 38 in Qayyarah field in Nineveh province.
He said Iraq 's oil minister, said in a statement, that the technical and engineering teams in the North Oil Company squad chock them from the oil companies and civil defense has been able to extinguish fires of the well 38 within Qayyarah oil field after it has been removed explosive planted by the terrorist Daesh gangs at the top of the well and in the surroundings, and to control it once and for all. "
he pointed out that" this well are important wells and engineering and technical teams of the Ministry of oil and authorities chock continue day and night in order to speed up the fire and to address all the wells that have been sabotage, destruction and arson in which by terrorist Daesh gangs . " the
minister stressed on" the efficiency and capacity of the national technical and engineering staff , which continues night for rehabilitation of wells and oil facilities in the field Qayyarah in Nineveh province. "
magnetlady says():Thanks loop
loop says to magnetlady():You are very welcome
magnetlady says():So if I'm reading that correctly, they are sabatoging all the oil wells
Doug_W says():just like they did in Kuwait when Sadam left CREEPS
loop says to magnetlady():Correct. They sabotaged the wells and set some on fire. The explosives have been removed and the well fires extinguished.
loop says():Daasha escape the effects of possession and manuscripts stolen from the museum and the University of Nineveh
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According to a local source in Nineveh province, Saturday, that the leader of al Daesh terrorist fled to an unknown destination in possession of a large collection of relics and rare manuscripts it had been stolen from the museum and the University of Nineveh.
The source said that "one Daesh leaders, along with two of his aides fled, today, to an unknown destination, along with a group from the effects of Nineveh Museum and manuscripts are rare have been stolen from the University of Mosul and archaeological sites in the city,"
noting that "the leadership is the one who destroyed the collection of relics in Nineveh Street Aleppo Museum, a supervisor of the destruction of a number of historical sites of Nineveh. "
The source added that "the organization of Daesh leaders since the start of liberalization of Nineveh operations have started fleeing towards Syrian territory and each group stealing and looting that seized in the city of Nineveh and fleeing him to the neighboring countries," pointing out that "a small number of the terrorist organization's leaders have remained in the city of Mosul." .
loop says():a small number of the terrorist organization's leaders have remained in the city of Mosul." .
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