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[terryk] TRIBUNNEWSBATAM, BATAM - Residents began investing Iraqi Dinar currency, even some of the money changer to be a place penukarkan currency the oil producing countries. Apalagi sejak Barack Obama Especially since Barack Obama was elected President of the United States (U.S.) and promised to withdraw all troops from Iraq, Dinar is the currency had strengthened tukarnnya value at the time. Yuni residents Tiban rupiah's exchange money at one money changer admitted intentionally Iraqi Dinar exchange currency as an investment.. This was done because the currencies of oil-producing countries in the Middle East are growing stronger day tukarannya value. He gathered the Iraqi Dinar currency, to wait for the exchange rate rose higher against the rupiah.. "I deliberately exchange the Iraqi Dinar currency. Well while investing only, which
knows its exchange rate will be higher, we are lucky," said Yuni brief. The same thing also delivered one of the businessmen Zulkifli loading and unloading. In addition to the U.S. dollar, he also was gathering Iraqi Dinar currency. If you accidentally trade for…
[terryk] HERE ARE SOME NEWS ARTICLES
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[terryk] Salahaddin Province Declares Autonomy 28 October 2011 The provincial council of Iraq’s Sunni Arab majority Salahaddin province voted on Thursday to declare the province an administratively and economically autonomous region within the “Unified Iraq”, similar to Kurdistan, according to reports from AFP and Al Sumaria. However, for the decision to take effect, it must still be approved in a referendum by residents
[terryk] Strengthening Ties between Kurdistan and Scotland 28 October 2011 Karim Sinjari, the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Interior Minister, yesterday met Alex Salmond, Scotland’s First Minister, who offered Scotland’s cooperation in a wide range of fields and discussed ways to strengthen relations among the peoples of both nations. Minister Sinjari separately met Kenny MacAskill, Scotland’s Justice Secretary, and visited the Scottish Police College.
[terryk] TAQA Favours Iraqi Energy Assets 28 October 2011 In an interview with Bloomberg, the new CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA) said the state-run company looking at more opportunities in Iraq, and aims to exploit the synergy in its oil, gas and power businesses. Last week the company agreed to invest $46 million in WesternZagros Resources, acquiring a 19.9 percent
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[terryk] Iraq Aims to Join OPEC Quota System by 2014 28 October 2011 Bloomberg reports that Iraq will ask to rejoin OPEC’s quota system for crude output in 2014. The holder of the world’s fifth-largest oil reserves plans to increased production from an average of 2.9 million barrels a day to 3.4 million barrels a day next year, and 4.5 million barrels a day in 2013, said Falah
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9:54 AM [terryk] TAQA Favours Iraqi Energy Assets In an interview with Bloomberg, the new CEO of the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA) said the state-run company looking at more opportunities in Iraq, and aims to exploit the synergy in its oil, gas and power businesses. Last week the company agreed to invest $46 million in WesternZagros Resources, acquiring a 19.9 percent
[terryk] THATS IT SO FAR
[Agent 007] thanks
[terryk] ANYONE FOLLOWING THE FDI
[Agent 007] what is that?
[terryk] Foreign Direct Investment
[Agent 007] no clue
[mirty] Tk hello
[terryk] HEY MIRTY
[terryk] SO I’M GOING TO GIVE A LINK TO YOU TO START LOOKING AT
[terryk] www.frimarkets.com [terryk] THAT WAY YOU CAN SEE WHO IS INVESTING IN IRAQ
[Doc McCoy] Thx
[terryk] AND UNDERSTAND THAT THESE BIG COMPANIES KNOW SOMETHING
[terryk] HEY ALL DID YOU SEE THAT AN ARTICLE WAS BLASING DINAR BANKER FOR HAVING 15 COMPLAINTS REGARDING DINAR
[terryk] I LAUGH AT THEM DINAR BANKER HANDLES THOUSANDS OF TRANSACTION A MONTH
[Agent 007] TK didn't see that either
[terryk] Terry, We saw the article and I posted a comment specifically on the BBB comments. We are proud that we have only 15 complaints on 100s of thousands of orders. I personally resolve each one. Since I cannot comment on the investment aspect of the article, I left that alone, but feel free to comment or invite your folks to comment. Best Regards, Frank Bell
[terryk] THAT IS FROM FRANK
[terryk] THIS MORNING
[terryk] HERE IS THE ARTICLE
[terryk] TO GET THIS OUT AND IN THE OPEN
[terryk] Alan MauldinThe Moultrie ObserverThe Moultrie ObserverThu Oct 27, 2011, 10:26 PM EDT MOULTRIE — With the announced pull out of American troops from Iraq by year’s end, many are speculating on the stability of that country which has several political factions pulling at its seams. How sound is its financial basis and just who will wind up in charge of that monetary system may be subject of much debate. Meanwhile, a Colquitt County resident reported to The Observer that a number of county residents have been purchasing Iraqi money, a prospect she found credulous. She said that family members have received boxes of crisp Iraqi dinar that look fresh off the printing press and identified the company through which the purchases were made. The company, Sterling Currency Group LLC is located in Atlanta and operates the website wwwdinarbanker.com. The Better Business Bureau of Metro Atlanta, Athens and Northeast Georgia has received 15 complaints related to Sterling Currency Group since December 2010, but did not report any complaints of alleged criminal activity related to the company. The report covers three years, but all of the complaints came within the past 10 months. The complaints included two for advertising or sales issues, three related to delivery issues and 10 problems with the product or service. All 15 complaints had been resolved, the organization’s website said. Leonard Crain, president of the Columbus Better Business Bureau, said the information on file shows “we have relatively few or major complaints or no pattern of complaints. It would be accurate to say what’s in that report is true and accurate to the best of Better Business Bureau’s knowledge.”
[terryk] The organization has accredited Sterling and gave the currency exchange company a grade of “A minus” based on its knowledge of the company, period of operation and resolution of complaints. It pointed out that accreditation does not mean the organization has evaluated products and services and its competency in providing them or having given an endorsement. Potential customers should do their research before making purchases from any company, and currency exchange is one that should be done in consultation with someone knowledgeable in that area, Crain said. “You really want to get some professional assistance before spending any money,” he said. “Our advice would be to get some knowledge, get some help.” When The Observer called Sterling on Wednesday, the call was transferred to a person named Jordan, who identified himself as a supervisor in the call center. He did not give a last name. He said the company does not sell customers on currency speculation and is not in the business of advising them on particular purchases. Most customers who contact the company hear about it by word of mouth or doing an Internet search, where Sterling will appear near the top of the list of currency exchange companies, he saidinvestment terminology or any giving (of) advice,” he said. The company does not refer to purchases as an investment and refers to transactions as the sale of currency, he said. Customers who do buy foreign currency do so with the hope that it will increase in value. “If that happens they would probably be looking at making a profit,” he said. “Unfortunately there are companies that are taking advantage of all the hype going on with currency.” Moultrie commodities trader Keith Brown, of Keith L. Brown and Co. said he could possibly think of worse investments than Iraqi money at this time, but would be hard pressed to do so. “If you want to make a wild investment, I’d buy Russian rubles,” he said. “It (the dinar) would be one of the most foolhardy investments you can make.” With the departure of all U.S. troops from the country coming by the end of the year and the fragility of the Iraqi government, Brown said that the country could be in for a rough time, even with the second-largest proven oil reserves of any country. The country also is likely to fall under the sway of Iran on one side and Turkey on the other. “They have no organized government to speak of,” Brown said. “They have so many factions. What would back up that Iraqi currency? I just don’t see the legitimacy of swapping U.S. currency for Iraqi currency.”
[Tradewind1] there is always someone trying to be a bad guy to make a fuss over something thats does make sense
[terryk] JANNA I’M GOING TO SEND YOU THE COMPLETE EMAIL SO U CAN POST
[Agent 007] TK very good - thanks!!
[terryk] 15 COMPLAINTS
[terryk] I GET THAT MANY FROM MY WIFE
[terryk] OK I GOT TO DO SOME THINGS
[terryk] SEE YOU ALL LATER
[terryk] GOD BLESS YOU ALL. “We try to stay away from any