Hootowl: At this point i don’t think Iraq is kicking the can down the road,,,so maybe Abadi picked up the can and put it in his pocket and is moving at lightning speed,,,,jmo
HootOwl: jmo but 12, 32,24,and 23,,,,,is frank trying to tell me we will see something historic on those days,,,,cause things are cohesive
Doodlebug: Hey there Hoot! I just watched the video's again.(see links below) ..the numbers are (and please, correct me if I am wrong...)
1,2, - (When Frank said the number one, he actually held up his thumb and pointer finger) so could it be 2, 2?
3,2,1, "Things are blossoming pretty big in Iraq"
2,4, Amazing things coming..."Fallujah and Mosul started together and were ended together but being told to us separately for a very good reason"
2,3, Things are getting solid, very solid. Not too many people know about this (showing the three rocks) and then at the largest of the three, "Solidity, Unity, Longevity" .."very special rock, very special view". Could this be the airfield that Iraqi Forces just took over in Qayyarah?
That's the west and it is exactly the right color. Give me MOOSE-UL :) it's that simple.
(Frank at celebration possibly? He jumps up and down 4x) and says "They got it wrong, we're going to help them get it right."
I'm going to chew on this a while.
Frank26 Video Saturday Night 6-18-16
Hootowl: might we see mosul sooner then 2-3 weeks?..,,considering they are 2-3 weeks ahead of schedule..just thinking out loud
Nadita: Hoot I like the way you thinking out loud... Fallujah and Mosul started together and finished together but told separately and if they are 2-3 weeks ahead of schedule.. we are basically there and what a good way to hide behind brexit.. only me speaking my brain out 3,2,1=$3.21 ?
PappaJ: FALLUJAH WAS JUST OVER SHALL WE SAY 15 DAYS THAT THEY TALKED AND THE FIRST MENTION OF MOSUL WAS ON 15 JUNE ==== HUUUMMMM CAN WE SAY ANOTHER 30 DAY PATTERN= YEP!!!!!
NOW ADD ALL THE REST OF THE THINGS THAT ARE CONVERGING - VERY INTERESTING ME THINKS!!!!
ONE OF THOSE THINGS BEING WHAT FRANKIE SAID = BAGDAD GAVE THE LOI BACK TO THE IMF ON THE 29TH OF MAY----- THEY ONLY GET 30 DAYS WITH THE IMF, IF MY MEMORY SERVES ME CORRECTLY!!!! PJ
Don961: Turkish official: Iran will integrate into global economy via Turkey
Iran's integration into the global economy, particularly Western markets, will be realized through Turkey, said the chairman of Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey Ömer Cihad Vardan said that the country will be the most important player in this process unless a great geopolitical risk emerges, which could potentially affect trade and investments.
He added that Turkish companies have the capacity to turn Iran's business potential into lucrative investments; particularly in sectors such as retail, construction and tourism through trade, investments and services, Daily Sabah reported.
He said as a country that has shown such a presence in Iran following the removal of sanctions, Turkey's exports to neighboring Iran will (considerably) increase and will further approach the target of $30 billion in exports in a short time in the new period thanks to the old business relations and geographical proximity of the two countries.
Underlining that Iran certainly needs support to attain success in economic growth and the transfer of technology, Vardan said the need for nearly $250 billion in foreign investment comes with many business opportunities.
The Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEİK), he said, is ready to provide all kinds of supports for companies to seize new business opportunities and manage risks.
Vardan said that DEİK has four main priorities in the Iranian market, adding that these are the modernization of the existing customs and logistical infrastructure, the expansion of Turkish-Iranian preferential trade agreements and their conversion into free trade agreements, the normalization of bilateral banking relations and the expansion of Export and Credit Bank of Turkey's (Eximbank) credit lines, and the management of political, administrative and regulatory risks in the Iranian market.
"We do not want to re-experience bad experiences of the past in the Iranian market," Vardan noted.
In order to reach these objectives, DEİK will attach priority to four issues by encouraging investments in the Iranian market, strengthening relations between companies and international finance institutions, establishing mechanisms to ensure cooperation between Turkish and European companies that eye business opportunities in Iran and strengthening both Turkish and Iranian public authorities in order to manage risks that Turkish companies might face.
DEİK will lend impetus to the organization of trade and investment delegations that are aimed at Iran's major economic center in the sectors where Turkish companies will be competitors in the upcoming period.
Vardan said the normalization of ties with neighboring Iran will bring Turkey much closer to its medium and long-term growth and export targets.
Don961: Sunday, June 19, 2016 - 02:00
Securities and Exchange Organization Adopts IFRS
Tuning In to Global Financial Standards
High quality, reliable financial information is the lifeblood of capital markets. The adoption of such standards will help attract foreign investors by improving international business ties, according to Hassan Amiri, the deputy head of Securities and Exchange Organization, SENA reported.
Accounting provides companies, investors, regulators and others with a standardized way of describing the financial performance of an entity. Companies listed on public stock exchanges are legally required to publish financial statements in accordance with the relevant accounting standards
Laws and standards can change from country to country. IFRS are designed to mitigate these differences by forming a common global language for business affairs so that company accounts are understandable and comparable across international boundaries.
The Securities and Exchange Organization felt the need for adopting internationally acceptable standards.
"We have followed this course persistently," said Amiri.
After some correspondence with Economy Minister Ali Tayyebnia, a roadmap for implementing IFRS standards in Iran was drafted.
IFRS is a single set of accounting standards, developed and maintained by the International Accounting Standards Board with the intention of those standards being capable of being applied on a globally consistent basis—by developed, emerging and developing economies—thus providing investors and other users of financial statements with the ability to compare the financial performance of publicly listed companies on a like-for-like basis with their international peers.
Adopting IFRS could lead to dual listings for Iranian companies in other exchanges and also for foreign companies on Iranian exchanges. Add to these increased foreign investment due to greater transparency and easier comparability, according to Amiri.
Companies that have high levels of international activities would benefit from a switch to IFRS due to the increased comparability of a set accounting standard.
Auditors Organization's approval came in 2011. Two years later, the SEO's board decided to move forward with the plan, which led to the formation of a committee under the SEO to pursue implementation in 2015. The committee is working with two ministries and eight state and private agencies and associations on IFRS. The Auditors Association is one of these and it is also working with IASB to issue IFRS standards to all its members.
The organization has prepared a list of companies, which will be mandated to adopt IFRS standards in their reporting for the current fiscal year (March 2016-17). Other companies can adopt the standards if they wish. The organization will add more major issuers to its list for 2017, gradually expanding IFRS' reach to all exchange-listed companies.
IFRS began as an attempt to harmonize accounting across the European Union but the value of harmonization quickly made the concept attractive around the world.
These days, IFRS are mandated for use by more than 100 countries, including the European Union and by more than two-thirds of the G20. The G20 and other international organizations have consistently supported the work of IASB and its mission of global accounting standards.