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MilitiaMan: If this is not an ESCORT, I don't know what is.. lol Just think about the totality of this article. The World Bank is telling the world that Iraq is going to have a remarkable recovery.. Lol This is the WORLD BANK one of the FAB 4.. This article screams that what we are waiting on is as real as it gets, imo!! ~ MM
Samson: World Bank: Iraqi economy will grow in 2019
2nd April, 2019
The World Bank predicted that the Iraqi economy will witness a remarkable recovery in the coming period, likely to rise economic growth after the formation of the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.
In its annual report, the World Bank forecast 2.8 percent growth this year, especially after the formation of the new government, compared with 0.6 percent in 2018, and that the agreement on Iraq's reconstruction would give the country's economy a boost.
In the Middle East and North Africa, GDP per capita will increase 1.8 per cent and 1.3 per cent in 2020 and 2021, respectively.
The World Bank predicted real GDP in the region would grow by 3.4 and 2.7 per cent in 2020 and 2021, respectively. The Bank attributed this to the continued implementation by the countries of the region of structural reforms aimed at diversifying the economy and enhancing the business environment.
Oil-importing countries are expected to see economic growth rise to 4.7 per cent of real GDP by the end of 2021. Djibouti is leading these countries at a growth rate of 8 per cent in 2021, Government Investment in Infrastructure. LINK
MilitiaMan: Then we have this:
" Fedwire® Funds Service closed for settlement transactions at 9:30 pm ET and will reopen for Tuesday, April 2, 2019 11:30 pm EST
Affected Areas: Fedwire Funds April 01, 2019 5:57 PM Eastern Time Fedwire® Funds extension for third-party (more) Affected Areas: Fedwire Funds April 01, 2019 5:55 PM Eastern Time Fedwire® Funds Extension for Type Code 15 Foreign Wires (more)
MilitiaMan: The system is down for about 26 hours. Iraq is on holiday today. I don't know about you all, but, I haven't heard of this sort of system closure for this long of a period in time thus far.
Not that it may not have ever happened before, but, the timing of the above article is compelling that "huge" change is afloat.
Add in Franks time line of this Thursday has been brought forward to include Tuesday and Wednesday now for escorts to accompany the final phase and introduction to the new economy and even the small yet very huge components of it.
I can just imagine Frank over in HAWAII waking up to this one.. lol "TA DA FRANK EN DA!"... Lol ~ MM
Iobey777: yes!! As Frank said..IT'S HAPPENING!! IMO!
Frank26: PSSSSSST ..................... I TOLD YOU SO ......(ROTFL)
MilitiaMan: The Fed having "Funds Extension for Type Code 15 Foreign Wires (more)" tells us even more, as the investors or contractors can now apparently once back up and communicating at 11:30 PM EST tonight may allow them to get their profits out of Iraq via wire transfers. HUGE CHANGE (5:55 lol) imo ~ MM
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Currently equivalent to $ 1000 USD
THE highest banknotes............ NOT FOR LONG SWISS...SORRY….LOL
Samson: Tamimi: the completion of 1000 files of corruption and will be referred to the judiciary
2nd April, 2019
The MP of the coalition of the magicians Magda Tamimi, on Tuesday, the completion of 1000 files of corruption, some sent to the Court of Integrity, indicating that it will be presented successively.
Al-Tamimi told Al-Ghad Press that "1,000 corruption files have been completed, some of which were sent to the Integrity Commission," adding that "we announced the opening of all files to the organs of the state and its institutions."
"We will take legal action against them by sending these files to the Integrity and Public Prosecution Commission and the Supreme Council for Combating Corruption in Iraq," she said.
"We will hold a press conference in which we will reveal the files of corruption and the amount of wasted funds and those responsible for it." LINK
Don961: Emergency declaration in several Iraqi provinces .. That is why
- 8 Hours Ago
Iraqi authorities declared a state of emergency in five provinces due to flood threats, and confirmed that the capital Baghdad safe and no fear of drowning. The Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Interior Aqil al-Khazali - in a press conference yesterday evening - that the threatened provinces are: Salahuddin, Kirkuk (north), Diyala (central), Wasit and Maysan (south).
The authorities evacuated several villages on both sides of the Tigris River in Salahuddin province as a result of rising water levels.
The governor of Baghdad, Falah al-Algeria announced earlier the state of emergency, in anticipation of floods caused by heavy rains expected.
For his part, the director of financial resources and irrigation in Baghdad Khalid North today that the Iraqi capital is safe and not afraid of drowning as a result of the rains and floods.
"All the water coming from the Mosul dam and its tributaries is diverted through the Samarra dam on the Tigris to Lake Thar Thar in Anbar province for storage and there is no problem in this direction," he said in a press statement. "He said.
He added that "the Diyala River, which passes south-east of Baghdad, also contributes to the discharge of water from Sde Hamrin in the province of Diyala and Darbandikhan in Sulaymaniyah, and passes water to the Tigris, which meets in the Salman Pak area south of Baghdad."
"Iraq has a storage space of about 40 billion cubic meters of water, distributed over Lake Tharthar, Habbaniyah, Mosul and Haditha, as well as a dead reservoir in the Razzazah Lake in Karbala estimated at 24 billion cubic meters of water," he said. Which could be caused by floods coming from Iran on the eastern and southern border areas.
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