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Rafidain Bank: Exchange civilian pensions for card holders Alki Card]
[Where - Baghdad]
Rafidain Bank, announced on Saturday for civilian retirees pay the salaries for a meal in August to holders of
Smart Card Key Card] and retirees manual exchange.
The bank said in a statement, received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that " the latter the distribution of pensions immediately upon the arrival of the special Bembalghm instruments, from the Department of pension and quickly without any delay."
He noted that " the bank pays great attention to slice retirees and provide better services for them. "
Samson: China supports globalization and trade
August 6, 2016, Saturday
CHINA firmly supports globalization and multilateral trade mechanism as a major channel to boost global economic development and opposes all forms of protectionism, Minister of Commerce Gao Hucheng said yesterday.
Gao, who attended the fourth East Asia Summit Economic Ministers’ Meeting in Vientiane, the Laotian capital, called on all countries to enhance coordination on macro policies and join hands to combat challenges.
Despite rising voices of deglobalization amid increasing uncertainties and instabilities in the world economy, globalization is still undoubtedly an irreversible trend of this era, he said, noting that trade and investment are the two major drivers essential for boosting global economic momentum.
China has always upheld the concept of mutual benefits and win-win results and is willing to jointly work with all parties to promote the construction of the Belt and Road initiative through consultation to meet the interests of all. This is so that the concept can provide new stimulus to global economic growth and regional economic cooperation
Samson: China prepares economic solutions for G20
Participants pose for a group photo during a meeting of G20 finance ministers and central bank governors in Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province, July 24, 2016. [Photo/Xinhua]
China plans to map out a landmark agenda in a bid to boost the global economy during the upcoming G20 Summit, which will be hosted for the first time in the country in less than a month.
The summit will concentrate on solutions that can bring an end to the economic problems that have been afflicting the world since 2008, echoing the meeting's slogan: "Toward an innovative, invigorated, interconnected and inclusive world economy".
During the past few years, the recession has impaired the progress of developed economies, deterred the growths of emerging economies and impacted global trade.
The highly anticipated summit will focus on macro-economic, fiscal and financial policies from around the world. Ruan Zongze, the deputy director of China Institute of International Studies, said he hopes they will make a concerted effort to combat the rise of trade protectionism while highlighting common concerns and mutual assistance.
Before the summit, China convened three meetings between summit coordinators, financial ministers and chiefs of central banks to outline structural reforms spearheaded in nine major areas following 48 guiding principles.
China will also try to push forward international economic governance reform by extending the roles of emerging markets in global financial institutions.
On the G20 platform, China has proposed the idea of building an orderly, fair, just, and inclusive world taxation system. Meanwhile, within China’s endeavor, the G20 members agree to commit to the expansion of infrastructure construction for middle –and-long-term economic growth.
Bringing new impetus to the world economy, the new industrial revolution and associated digital technologies, joint efforts in protesting trade protectionism and plans for the sustainable development are other issues that will be deliberated.
Samson: Interview: G20 summit a chance to show China's view on global development: Russian expert
File photo taken on May 24, 2016 shows an aerial view of expressways linking Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport at night in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province. Hangzhou is the host city for the 2016 G20 summit on Sept. 4 and Sept. 5. With one month to go, Hangzhou looks forward to G20. (Xinhua/Huang Zongzhi)
MOSCOW, Aug. 6 (Xinhua) -- The 2016 Group of 20 (G20) summit to be held in the Chinese city of Hangzhou in early September will give the country a great chance to present and promote its ideas on global development, a Russian expert has said.
China's "One Belt One Road" initiative, which aims to promote infrastructure construction in countries along its way and push forward the economic development of the whole region, would be a key discussion at the summit, said Alexey Maslov, head of the Oriental Studies Department at the Russian Higher School of Economics Research.
"I think the debate will be more about the ways of developing the infrastructure ... about who will be the leader of infrastructure restructuring," he told Xinhua in a recent interview.
Maslov also suggested that China should find its own approach on promoting its idea of a green economy, which is not only environmentally friendly, but also free from corruption and from any external influence.
"China is doing the right thing, by not just defending itself from alleged charges (of non-compliance with environmental regulations), but creating its own concept and inviting others to join," he said.
The discussion on green economy should also be concentrated on countries' investment capacities and the sustainable growth of the world economy, especially considering the current complex and multilateral economic crisis, Maslov said.
The expert hoped the G20 summit would consider methods to stimulate the economy, facilitate foreign trade, remove customs barriers, and promote interaction between countries in creating free trade zones or common development zones.
Maslov said the G20 summit could lead to greater freedom of trade and play a more responsible role in resolving global economic problems, adding that technology transfers should also be facilitated among countries.
According to Maslov, it is more important for the summit to "show that countries share common concerns and see common problems and trends," rather than providing final solutions.
He stressed that the G20 summit has to become a real working body, not just a platform for discussion.
"How China will be able to consolidate the views of different parties is a great question and a great responsibility," he said.
"Perhaps, only China is capable in today's world of making different countries with different methods of regulating economies to sit at the negotiating table, to make them try and work out a common solution," said Maslov.
By implementing a "fairly correct" model of economic structural reform, China has proved its strong political will to the world, he said.
"But the state of the economy, both Chinese and Asian in general, requires the most rapid implementation of these reforms," Maslov added.
Late Friday Night:
Friday CC Replay with Gerry Maguire and Iko Ward
Ubiety: Hey, here's a question.... some of us are east coast US and some of us are west coast..... what time of day seems logically and practically for 800 numbers to be released? Are we assuming this to occur within business hours of someone? Everyone? If so, where? Just wondering if anyone has ideas about this.
Mally: UBIETY~~"THEY" SAY MOST LIKELY AFTER BANKS CLOSE IN HAWAII… KUWAIT RI'D RIGHT AFTER MARKET CLOSING ON A THURSDAY… BUT THAT WAS A RI~~OURS WILL BE A RV~~BIG DIFFERENCE
Ubiety: hmmmm... interesting. So, AFTER we have any chance to act on it for the day.
Mally: YES, UBIETY~~THERE AGAIN~~THOUGHT HAS IT THAT THE "BIG BOYS" CANNOT DO ANYTHING IF MARKETS ARE CLOSED~~ IF ANYTHING, IT IS MORE SO BECAUSE OF THE DIGITAL ARENA WE ARE MOVING IN TO~` THEY REALLY DO NOT WANT THE BIG HEDGE FUND MANAGERS TO HAVE A CRACK AT THIS WITH MARKETS OPEN
Ubiety: Boy, that would sure make for some busy call centers at 8am the next morning.
MAlly: OR APPOINTMENTS COULD START DURING THE NIGHTTIME HOURS, I SUPPOSE~~
Cornerstone: WE HAVE HEARD MANY DIFFERENT WINDOWS THAT THEY MIGHT LIKE FOR THE RELEASE TIMING. AFTER THE MARKETS CLOSE AND ON A WEEKEND MAKES THE MOST SENSE TO ME
Twoguns336: FOLKS....WE ARE NOT GOING INTO THE WEEKEND.....WE ARE GOING INT THE "STRONG" END....JUST SAYIN
TwoGuns336: THINK OF IT LIKE THIS...ONCE THIS IS ALL DONE....WE HAVE RIDDEN THE GREATEST, BIGGEST ROLLER COASTER RIDE IN THE WORLD. SOME TOSSED THEIR COOKIES FOR SURE....BUT OH MY....WHAT A RIDE!!!
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Your No-Worry Checklist ~ from: "One Who Believes"
We have been given lots of check lists including what to do before the exchange, during the Exchange and after the exchange, what perks you can get, and what to ask a wealth manager
Since the diss/miss information going around is designed to worry you and make you anxious about this transaction, I have compiled a list of What NOT to worry about regarding your exchange process.
Forget about it. Whatever groups there may or may not have been, are over now. Anything that you find now is most likely a scam. In other words if there were valid groups you can't get into them now because they are closed out or they may have even exchanged already. So don't worry about getting in a group. Besides, the rates have been going way up so you will most likely get far better rates than they will because they have gone up since the groups were formed and their contracts were signed.
With all the scams going on in Dinar-Land, you are far better off keeping your currency in your hands until you get to the exchange center. Frankly, My Currency will NEVER leave my sight I won't even allow the Bankers to leave the room with it until I have a deposit receipt in my hand for the exchanged value. Then they can do whatever they want with it. This is a NO-WORRY item because the exchange system has especially been set up for you, the INDIVIDUAL currency holder.
There are clearly two sides, those who say low rates and those who say high rates. Remember that the bad guys are always trying to worry you and make you expect less, and the good guys are trying to get you to expect more and ask for it. Frankly I am on the side of High rates and asking for more.
At this point Rates are nothing to worry about one way or the other because they will be what they are and that is it. All you have to do is go to the main Lead Bank, and ask for the highest rates they can offer. Then you will know the whole truth and you will get what you get. No worries!
#3) Trusts / Legal Structures
There has been a lot of talk about trusts and legal structures. It seems very likely that the Banks will have some sort of temporary trust to hold your money in until you can get a perfect one created by your lawyers and advisors. Know this, whatever holding structure/account you set up during your exchange can be changed at a later date when you figure out what you have, what you want, and how you want to structure your accounts
This is a No Worry item, because you will have all the money you will need to hire the best experts on everything financial you do. Frankly, it is my opinion that the Bank wealth managers, especially the Lead Bank advisors, will be the most trained and knowledgeable on the new financial system than anyone else in the World.
Think of it this way: How many financial advisors in the World even know that there is a GCR coming? Then of the ones who might know something about it, how many know EXACTLY how the new financial system and laws are going to work? I propose that most of the financial experts in the world are going to have to go back to school, so to speak, and learn about the new World financial system.
However, no matter who knows, right now and who doesn't, you will have the time and money after the exchange to figure it out and get it the way you want it. Personally, I am going to "Lean" on the Bank experts at first, to tell me what they know and see what advice they have for me. Then later, I will get outside counsel and see what matches and what does not and decide from there. But for now, this is a No-Worry item for me.
#4) Structured Pay Outs
Everybody is trying to figure out if there are structured pay outs and if so, what does that mean? To me the so called structured pay outs are no different than the CDs of back in the day. While I am not a financial advisor, I remember a "CD" or Certificate of Deposit, being a certain amount of money held by the bank, for a certain amount of time, with certain interest payments made as agreed. Then after the "Time" of deposit was over, you got your money back in full.
So, if I understand what Yosef was saying, you do your exchange, and if you have enough money, they offer you an Investment/Money Storage opportunity. You get paid interest every 3 months, until the agreed upon time is over, then you get your money back in full. It is my understanding that this only comes into play for extreme amounts of money, especially if you are opting for the higher negotiated rates designed for Humanitarian projects. This is where you have so much money, that you can't even spend the part you are getting in cash.
May everyone have that kind of exchange.
Most likely however, the bulk of the Money going to a structured payout program, will be the extra money offered above the international rate, through the private Negotiation. In short, you can keep only the international rate money you get, or get even more money on a payout program. Take it or leave it. Is this exactly how it will go? I don't know and neither will you until you are sitting at the exchange. BUT, I bet, it will all sound good to you then.
This is another NO-Worry item because you will not get all the information you need to know until you are sitting at your exchange. Then at the exchange you can ask every question you can think of and get all the REAL answers you need before you make a decision. No matter what your options will be at that time, I guarantee you that they will all be amazing!!!! But for now, this is a No-Worry item for me.
#5) Safe Ways to Give
Do you hire an attorney to give out money anonymously, or give it yourself? What is the best way to handle your friends and family? Should you move or go on vacation? While these are all great questions, they don’t need to be answered right now. Speculation is great and even fun, but the best time to make those kind of decisions is after you have the money in the bank and you are thinking from a wealthy point of view instead of a broke point of view.
Ideas that seem great to you now, may change once you are actually rich. It is a different place psychologically than where you are now, and while you can imagine how it will feel, the actual reality of it will be way different when you get there (In A Good Way).
Remember also that you will have the money to get the best advice and help that money can buy. After this goes, there will be countless ideas popping up on the web on what to do and how to do it. You will have the time to consider them all and decide then what you want to do. In the Mean-Time, this is a NO Worry item. Think about it if you like, but don’t worry about it. Time and money is on your side.
The Bottom Line
The bottom line is that there really are important things to think about before the exchange, but everything else can wait. You are about to experience a big change in every aspect of your life.
Many of the things you are worrying about now, shouldn't even be considered yet, much less decided on, until you are in the "RIGHT" place to make the best decisions.
Think of the progression time-line of the coming events, and move decisions into the best place on the progression time line where you will be in the best position to make good decisions on them. Until it is "their time" to be considered and decided, they are NO-WORRIES for now.
Signed: One Who Believes