[broncoroper] Shredd if they do not move the value in the next month or two how will that hurt them globally?
[luckyintx] May 22nd is the end of protection for DFI funds.... that should motivate em .... imo
[Shredd] broncoroper well, like my "big deal" post, their growth into a market economy is delayed
[luckyintx] we wait.....
[Shredd] the quantity and breadth of investment is held down as well
[luckyintx] they're bound to move into this "next phase" soon.... imo
[broncoroper] will countries get to a point where thry will just totally give up on them totally, you think?
[Shredd] the "hurt" or "cost" of delay is more on the side of realized gains
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[luckyintx] I agree Shredd ...
[Shredd] broncoroper never
[luckyintx] broncoroper.... International companies prefer the Iraqi market to showcase their products Date: Saturday 23/02/2013 07:38 pm . citizen – Hussein al-Tamimi directed most international companies to showcase their best of technologies developed in the Iraqi market departing the actual need to open a real technological advanced world in all spheres of life,
as the activation of the reality of work and life depends on the up country of Technology advanced and companies with brands internationally certified check the economic feasibility of the articles in the local markets.
In a statement to Sony Telecom manager said the Middle East Izzat Kittaneh's (citizen) yesterday that the trend towards Iraq represents an important goal for the company that we are aware of the importance of Alasouk Iraqi in the Middle East, where one of the best four markets in the region.
Pointing out that the goal of the company in the next phase is to open the largest number of branches in the governorates of Iraq after it became her centers in Carddstan, where there will be a maintenance centers in all cities. http://www.almowatennews.com/news_view_56299.html
[Shredd] just like most of us dont sell our dinar out of frustration of the delays, the global economic community will not give up on iraq because they know the potential and it's huge
[luckyintx] very huge imo
[broncoroper] well good
[Shredd] governments need its people to succed financially to generate taxes produce spend
[Shredd] and pay taxes so, we are seeing money coming to the iraqis via hcl
[Shredd] money to move back to iraq[Shredd] to the unemployed
[luckyintx] art 140
[Shredd] and companies coming into iraq will generate cash flow
[luckyintx] yes for sure ...
[Shredd] so, no one is going to give up on iraq
[luckyintx] nope... certainly not us!
[Shredd] a person or company or investor here and there, sure, but not the global economic powers i mean, look at the whole premise behind the paris club there was confidence in iraq 8 years ago a ton of wealth to be had
[luckyintx] I agree! A ton!
[Shredd] and when most people say or read that they only think of oil
[broncoroper] I am just worried the longer they do not move forward, chances for something to happen to set them back
[Shredd] but what i was just saying is huge too an emerging economy that never was another dubai population growth infrastructure technology international trade
[broncoroper] agree with you shredd just worries me when I do not see them getting along better when they have so much to gain
[Shredd] the whole enchilada i hear ya bronco but our politicians dont either
[Shredd] and remember, our main "window" into iraq is the newspapers most of them are akin to the Enquirer!
[Shredd] so, we gotta take all the political stuff in that light and not let us get it down
[broncoroper] we will never get the full story that is for sure
[luckyintx] but it is wut they r doing behind the scenes..... and then we find out... that shows us the depth.....imo
[Shredd] i fully believe that if we truly knew what was going on in iraq politically/economically, we'd find it hard to sleep out of excitement but we only see a small part and find out about things once they are done
[luckyintx] Shredd right!
[broncoroper] after your chats shredd I have a hard time sleeping!