Millionday News 6/8/15 Part 1 of 2
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Millionday: THE BIS IS WORKING ON THE QUARTER REPORTS AND I AM TOO EARLY FOR IT -- THEY ARE NOT DONE FOR NEW CREDIT RATING -- BUT I AM ON IT WHEN THEY ARE DONE LOL
Millionday: WELCOME EVERYONE -- WE HAVE ALOT OF NEWS TONIGHT SO BE READY -- SMILE
Millionday: OK HERE WE GO EVERYONE -- BRB
Millionday: Hussein al-Tamimi Tgb accommodate space interest in the development of industrial production continuously for its important role in achieving economic development sought by Iraq,
especially as the local markets offering goods can be produced locally and relying on the local voltage available which keeps the billions of dollars represents for them inside Iraq.
Economic Member Baghdad forum Amer Jeweler said: There is a direct relationship between industrial production and the private sector, especially that the Iraqi constitution approved to move to a free economy and here the task to be the largest in the joints located on the private sector, which should do its role in the field of employment administration and production.
Millionday: NOTE -- IRAQ IS MOVING TOWARD A MARKET ECONOMY AS THEIR CONSTITUTION HAS PROMISED THE IRAQI CITIZENS
Millionday: NOTE -- I AM GOING TO SHOW YOU IN JUST A MOMENT OF WHY THE ADMINISTRATION AND PRODUCTION IS SO HUGE REPORTABLY FOR THE MOVE OF ECONOMIC REFORM AND THE REMOVAL OF THE THREE ZEROS
Millionday: He added in an interview with "morning" that paragraph V of the second axis of government program on the priorities of the strategy provided for the "support and adopt a strategy to develop the private sector and the law of the establishment of industrial cities,"
reflecting the government attention and the importance of this trend and the need to walk the procedures executive at stake because of its implications directly on the development of the industrial sector.
Millionday: NOTE -- THE GOVERNMENT PROGRAM (WHICH IS LAW) TELLS IN MULTIPLE AREAS HOW IMPORTANT THE INDUSTRIAL ACTIVATION IS TO IRAQ`S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ALSO THE CITIES THEY ARE DEVELOPING FOR INDUSTRY --- A HUGE IMPACT ON UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS
Millionday: He pointed out that the industrial zone is a large area of land separated from the city center acceptable distance,
pointing to assume government agencies responsible for delivery of all infrastructure and services up to fence the area such as roads, electricity, drinking water and the link to sewage networks, communications
and security to be close easily connected with all means of communication with other regions in Iraq and in the world such as roads and fast railways, airports and ports.
Millionday: NOTE -- THEY ARE GOING TO COMPLETE THE STRATEGIES FOR MINISTERS THAT WILL MAKE SURE THE ROLES ARE CLEAR SO THE INDUSTRIAL ZONES ARE ACCESSABLE FOR MOVING PRODUCTS AS A MARKET ECONOMY
Millionday: He noted that the industrial zones must be integrated into the services required by the production process and the best specifications and internal electricity and systems and sanitation, civil defense, telecommunications and banking, health centers, drinking water, roads and municipal and security supplies the environment and green areas,
as well as include appropriate sorted within the region spaces be fully dedicated to the creation of small and medium-sized industrial projects by granting licenses implementation in accordance with the specific area certain criteria.
Millionday: NOTE -- THEY HAVE AN OBLIGATION TO THE MANY WORKERS THESE HISTORICAL CITIES WILL REQUIRE FOR WORKING RESIDENTS AND EMPLOYEES WITHIN THE CITIES
Millionday: jeweler said: industrial zones is one of the most important infrastructure necessary and the ruling of the industrial sector, stressing that the adoption and implementation of its location and the type of industries that Tstdrjha and designs and style established under the economic feasibility study of an integrated industrial zone
and usually allocated to projects carefully examine the areas to be separate and far from population centers and other areas to be non-polluting industries. There can be specialized areas of certain types of industries or regions of the industries with high technology.
Millionday: SO AS WITH ENERGY THEY WILL ALSO BE ESTABLISHING AN ENVIRONMENTAL SECTOR --
THIS WILL REQUIRE SPECIALISTS AND ALSO NEW PROFESSIONALS TO THE AREA -
Millionday: THIS IS ALL ABOUT THE MANY SECTORS AND PLANS IRAQ HAS SPENT SO MUCH TIME ON --
BUT THINK ABOUT PREVIOUS SUCCESS IN OTHER COUNTRIES THAT HAS OCCURRED AFTER WAR ETC -- AND ALSO EMERGING OR RE-ESTABLISHING MARKETS
carxpress: This Industrial Activation is HUGE ..
carxpress: Well Thought-out & Planned
carxpress: The Brain-trust behind this forward-thinking plan should not only be proud, but highly complimented!
Millionday: THIS ACTIVATES SO MUCH MORE AS WELL AND I AGREE --- THIS IS HUGE AND ALSO THE ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSE IS HUGE TOO
Millionday: SO LET ME SHOW YOU THE REPORT I WAS TALKING ABOUT
Millionday: THIS IS THE PRESS RELEASE ABOUT THE GREEN LIGHT -- IT IS NOT A REPEAT OF THE REPORT -- I JUST WANT TO SHOW YOU SOMETHING IN IT
Millionday: The Governor of the Central Bank for relations, Monday, that the deletion of zeros-based project, as he was giving the green light for its implementation, he stressed that this process would be preceded by organizational and administrative operations.
Allaq said at a press conference the Bank building and Alsumaria news, attended the "project delete zeros and put into practice and we gave a green light to start with", stating that "the project needs a period of time may extend to two years or more."
Millionday: NOTE -- IT IS NOT ABNORMAL FOR IT TO TAKE A COUPLE YEARS FOR ALL OLD CURRENCY OFF THE STREETS OR BACK BECAUSE WE HAVE SEEN IT HERE --
Millionday: He said that this process would be preceded by "organizational and administrative processes that will be launched by walking," Noting that "the Bank began by creating models and train on it."
The Central Bank announced in May that the deletion of zeros from the country of Iraq would be redeployed to the trillions of billions.
Millionday: SO THE REASON I AM SHOWING YOU THIS IS -----THE ORGANIZATIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES THAT WILL BE REQUIRED (OTHER THAN I LIKE TO READ IT) IS THAT WE HAVE READ ITS INCLUSION IN MANY MOVES TAKING PLACE RIGHT NOW AND IN SHORT TIMES FROM NOW -- SO SEEMS INTERESTING TO ME
clay01: implemented by walking? what does that mean, thanks
Millionday: THE WORD IN ARABIC TRANSLATES WALKING AS WELL -- BUT THIS IS THE BEST TRANSLATION I HAD --
Millionday: REMEMBER THAT THEY HAVE RECENTLY ANNOUNCED THEY HAVE A TEMPORARY FIX FOR THE HCL AND ARE USING THE OIL AGREEMENT WHILE PREPARING THE NEW HCL WHICH WILL BE LAW UNTIL THEN
Millionday: Iraq has plans to create a dedicated army of 27,000 security personnel to defend its energy infrastructure against attacks by Islamic State insurgents.
During recent OPEC meetings, Iraqi oil minister Adel Abdel Mahdi outlined the new initiative, saying that the new forces would be compiled from the existing energy police that are directed by the country’s Interior Ministry.
Millionday: NOTE -- A MILITARY/SECURITY FORCE FOR THE PROTECTION OF ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE -- HUGE
Millionday: AND MORE JOBS/TRAINING/EXPERTS ETC
Millionday: “Their mission is to secure all oil and electricity facilities,” said Abdel Mahdi.
Iraq produces nearly 4 million barrels per day and is the second-largest producer in OPEC following Saudi Arabia. There are fears that attacks from the extremist group could disrupt oil exports and gain further funding via crude oil sales.
Some industry officials estimate the group could be making nearly $1 million per day from exports of stolen oil.
The organizational structure of the new security force will be announced in the coming weeks, according to Abdel Mahdi.
Millionday: THAT IS ALL? WHY GO TO SUCH EFFORTS FOR JUST A MILLION A DAY?
Millionday: SO THIS IS HUGE FOR SURE
Millionday: AS BEFORE I WILL SHOW YOU NEXT WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT AS WELL
Millionday: NOTE -- THIS IS NOT THE ONLY REPORT ON THIS AT ALL BUT THE ONE I LIKE DUE TO THE FACTS IN FRONT
Millionday: Iraqi troops and Shiite militias recaptured key parts of the refinery town of Beiji from ISIS Sunday, a general said.
The victory comes a day after Iraqi forces were able to withstand two attacks from ISIS in the hotly contested Anbar province Saturday.
The commander of the Interior Ministry's Quick Reaction Forces, Brig. Gen. Nassir al-Fartousi, told state TV that the Iraqi flag was raised on a local government building in Beiji and that troops were advancing to other areas, without elaborating.
Millionday: NOTE ---ANBAR, BEIJI--FLAG RAISED
Millionday: The spokesman of Joint Operations Command, Brig. Gen. Saad Maan Ibrahim, said the security forces "are now controlling" the downtown Beiji area, describing the advance as an "important victory."
"The enemy has suffered a defeat and has sustained heavy losses and we hope that the whole city will be cleared within few days," Maan told The Associated Press in a brief interview, saying "dozens" of IS militants had been killed.
Millionday: NOTE -- WE ARE HOPING WE WILL SEE COMPLETE CLEARING IN TONIGHT OR TOMORROW
Millionday: NOTE -- THIS IS MY FAVORITE PART -- SMILE
Millionday: Iraqi and Kurdish forces have managed to roll back ISIS in many parts of the country with the help of U.S.-led airstrikes, and recaptured the northern city of Tikrit in April.
But last month ISIS captured Ramadi, the provincial capital of the western Anbar province, in the extremists' most significant advance since last year.
ISIS has declared an Islamic caliphate in the territories it controls in Syria and Iraq, and has used oil facilities and smuggling to finance much of its operations.
In neighboring Syria, the U.S.-led coalition carried out airstrikes against ISIS positions in the northern town of Souran, which ISIS captured last week from Syrian rebel groups and members of Al Qaeda's affiliate in Syria, the Nusra Front.
Millionday: NOTE -- REMINDS ME OF A YO-YO
Millionday: In Saturday's attack, government forces and Shiite militiamen used anti-tank missiles to stop four would-be suicide car bombers, officials said.
ISIS fighters attacked the government held town of Husseiba with heavy mortar fire early Saturday, police and military officials said.
They say attackers retreated after an hours-long battle, leaving behind three destroyed vehicles and five dead fighters. At least 10 troops and militiamen were wounded in the clash.
Elsewhere in the Anbar province, officials said Iraqi troops using Russian anti-tank Kornet missiles destroyed four incoming suicide car bombs during an attack in the Tharthar area.
Millionday: NOTE -- THE REFINERIES BEING RETURNED TO SAFETY/CONFIDENCE IS PRICELESS FOR IRAQ I WOULD THINK
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