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Gold Manipulation Ends, Confidence Builds, [CB] Panic, Next Move Is Coming: Warwick Smith
X22 Report Spotlight: Published on Apr 16, 2019
ChrisC: I am just throwing this comment out for thought and additional comment. I was thinking this morning that it is strange that one country has declared they have a gold backed currency, but nobody else as yet. What are they waiting for? To be honest, when we saw that first one I thought it was the first stream of water of a bursting dam and they were all going to announce, but nobody else has yet that I know of. Why are they holding back?
Lexi: I was thinking something along this line of thinking as well. Maybe I’m showing my ignorance here, but how can we know for sure all the countries that ARE gold backed?
Samson: Japan: We have had frank and good trade talks with the US side
16th April, 2019
Japan's economy minister said he agreed with the US side on how to conduct trade negotiations, stressing that the first day of their talks was frank
"I basically think that is something that should be defined as one package instead of picking some specific points," Chemmitz Metji told reporters on Monday
The economy minister in the world's third-largest economy met yesterday with the US trade representative in Washington and the negotiations are due to continue today
The talks came after the agreement between the US President and the Japanese Prime Minister last September to start trade talks in accordance with arrangements that protect the Japanese policy industry from more tariffs
"The new trade negotiations will be based on the joint statement issued by the two countries last September and will respect the other government's positions along with the outline of Japan's auto and agricultural sector," he said
"We have had good and frank trade talks with the US side
At the same time Japan's economy minister avoided answering questions related to whether there were any penalties for auto exports, or whether a paragraph on the currency would be included in the negotiations
However, he stressed that the United States had already agreed that discussions on the exchange rate would be discussed by the finance ministers of the two countries LINK
Tishwash: Abadi is visiting China (Eventually)
Apr 16, 2019
Haidar al-Abadi met on Monday with the delegation of the Foreign Relations Department of the CPC Central Committee headed by Mr. Lee Jun, Deputy Minister of the Department.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed enhancing bilateral cooperation and the situation in the Middle East region, stressing that they will benefit from China's experience in manufacturing, trade, services and other sectors.
He added that Abadi welcomed the delegation and their efforts to strengthen relations between the two countries and strongly supported the relations, stressing the importance of coordination in a number of important sectors.
He pointed out the need for continued international cooperation in the fight against terrorism and its pursuit in all countries of the world for the continuation of security stability.
Mr. Li Jun invited Abadi to visit China. link
Tishwash: China to contribute to the rebuilding of Iraq
ERBIL (Kurdistan24) – A senior Chinese delegation visiting Iraq recently expressed their country’s readiness to contribute to the rebuilding of areas destroyed during the war with the Islamic State.
China is one of Iraq’s largest trade partners, from which it imports many products including electronics and construction material. Early this week, a senior delegation from the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) arrived in Baghdad and met with a number of Iraqi officials.
A statement by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry affirmed the Chinese delegation met with the Undersecretary of Legal Affairs and Multilateral Relations, Hazem al-Yusufi.
“Iraq attaches great importance to the strengthening of relations with the Republic of China and the expansion of…ties in all its political, economic and security forms,” the statement quoted Yusufi as saying.
The Iraqi official called for “increasing China’s support for Iraq in the reconstruction of infrastructure through the expansion of investments between the two countries, as well as coordination in the area of security.”
The official statement added that the Chinese delegation was led by Deputy Minister of Foreign Relations of the CPC Central Committee, Lee Joon, who said his country was ready to contribute to the reconstruction of Iraq.
The Chinese delegation also met with Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hassan al-Kaabi, who highlighted Iraq’s “historic” and “evolving” ties with China, according to a statement from his office, further adding that it is expected the two sides will sign agreements soon.
The volume of trade between the two countries exceeds 30 billion dollars annually, the statement claimed.
Kaabi called on Chinese companies to contribute to reconstruction projects and help develop Iraqi economic sectors, especially energy, oil, and electricity.
China is the largest importer of oil in the world, a major supplier of which is Iraq.
“It is our country’s duty to provide support to Iraq and to contribute to the reconstruction of cities liberated [from ISIS],” Lee said, according to Kaabi’s office.
Diplomatic relations between Iraq and China were established on Aug. 25, 1958. The relationship went relatively smoothly for decades but was complicated by the Gulf War in 1991 and then again during events leading up to the fall of the regime of Saddam Hussein in 2003. Relations stabilized in the years that followed and have continued to grow. link
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