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IQD NOVA: READ THIS!!!
Switzerland Lifts Sanctions Against Iran - Federal Council
IQD NOVA: ARE YOU READING??????
PrincessDD: Here is another one
Switzerland Is First to Lift Iran Sanctions After Nuclear Deal
IQD NOVA: AND WHAT DAY ARE THEY DOING THIS??????? There a date in the statement.....
REUTERS - Neutral Switzerland will officially lift on Thursday read more: http://www.haaretz.com/news/world/1.670853
JP: August 13
IQD NOVA: AND WHAT HAS IRAQS GOI AND CENTRAL BANK BEEN SAYING????
AW: Iraq WILL NOT be left behind!!!!!
MY LADIES: YES YES IRAQ WILL NOT BE LEFT BEHIND AND FROM KERRY YESTERDAY SAYING THE U.S. WILL NOT BE ISOLATED AND CHINA’S SYSTEM HOT ON THE SWIFT TRAIL I THINK OTHERS WILL FOLLOW SWITZERLAND.
LET’S WATCH FOR THE EU TO MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT. THEN THE DANCING CAN BEGIN.
PrincessDD: From TIME MAGAZINE:
The lifting of sanctions takes effect Thursday.
IQD NOVA: YOU GOT TO LOVE IT!!!!!
IQD NOVA: Just Because I Like To Ask Questions...... Where might Iran have a lot of money that has been collecting dust?
PrincessDD: It is in Dubai!
AW: The New York Federal Reserve Bank
IQD NOVA: What Country Have We All Been Talking About????????
Blessed13: Hmmmm Switzerland???
IQD NOVA: Winner!!!!!!
PZ: At the BIS???
IQD NOVA: And Others!!
Princess DD: Here's what's in Iran's $100 billion in assets that will become unfrozen by the nuclear deal
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/whats-in-irans-100-billion-in-frozen-assets-2015-7#ixzz3idGC8l1J
PrincessDD: So makes you wonder how long before the US lifts?
PrincessDD: ML I posted this yesterday. Please read it.
Sanctions against Iran crumble as America wrangles over the nuclear deal
EU government ministers and business leaders are racing to begin new era of cooperation with Tehran – regardless of what US and Israeli sceptics says debate rages among politicians and pundits in Washington over whether to endorse last month’s historic nuclear compromise with Iran, key European allies have already given their verdict: a resounding thumbs up.
While America wrangles, European countries, encouraged by a unanimous UN security council endorsement, are busily mending fences with Iran, keen not to miss out on potentially mouth-watering financial, trade and geopolitical dividends.
Although implementation of the deal is staggered, they are acting as though sanctions have already been lifted. They have not. But it seems increasingly plain that, even if Congress blocks Obama, it may be too late to rescue the international sanctions regime.