RE: Monday CC (posted below)
Clare: AWESOME CC... BRAVO!!
THANK YOU FRANK, WALKINGSTICK, DELTA, AG-1 & TEAMS..... WOW... WOW.... & WOW!!!
"IT'S COMING...IT'S HAPPENING....THIS JOURNEY INCLUDES AN END"
WE ARE THERE...ON TRACK! SO AWESOME.... SO EXCITING!
Rommy: While the pendulum swings from east to west, the Fab 4 are mopping up the last isle. This is why they issued the bait templates which were intended to be stolen so the thieves could be caught. It was a sting operation. Corruption will not stop the Iraq RVRDRI. House arrest for the thieves!
Monday Night KTFA CC 4-1-19
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Doc.K: I find it interesting that Iraq is starting to sell Gold Coins while their
Stock Exchange is suspended for Holiday .......???? ....... and Fed Wire will be down Tuesday as well....... how is that for things in Threes ?
JJimmyjj: Interesting idea that I could get behind.
It begs the question, though: who did they catch?
It could have merely been a crime of opportunity, but it seems to me you'd have to be exceedingly desperate to bother counterfeiting a 1dinar coin -- even at a 3-4x exchange rate.
IMO, what would be worth the effort, though, would be for some bad actors who want to keep Iraq unstable (say, like Iran) to counterfeit the coin in hopes of destroying consumer confidence in the new currency.
Potentially, though, if they destroyed consumer confidence enough that the rv failed, it would result in a massive loss of face for the US in the middle east, and the Arab world losing confidence in the West.
If true, that sounds like something Iran would be interested in, IMO. Make the Arab world lose confidence in the US, and they are there, waiting to gain influence.
IOW, their hot war failed (ISIS), so they are going back to waging a cold war in Iraq.
If Rommy is correct, though, the US and Iraq aren't going to play that game any longer. Good for them.
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
Samon: Iraq and France discuss mechanism to enhance prospects for economic cooperation between the two countries
1st April, 2019
Iraq and France discussed the mechanism of enhancing the prospects of economic cooperation between the two countries.
A statement by the Foreign Ministry said that the Iraqi ambassador in Paris Abdulrahman Hamed al-Husseini met with the head of the Iraqi-French friendship committee in the French Senate, Senator Bernard Kazuo.
The two sides discussed the mechanism of enhancing the prospects of economic cooperation between the two countries, especially in the reconstruction of the affected areas liberated by the Iraqi forces from the gangs of the terrorist, and the importance of overcoming the difficulties that impede the implementation of economic projects to serve the interests of the two friendly countries.
During the meeting, the two sides stressed the need to strengthen communication between the Iraqi-French Friendship Committee and the relevant committees in the Iraqi parliament in order to exchange views. LINK
Samson: Minister of Finance discusses with the German development delegation the development of the work of economic institutions in Iraq
2nd April, 2019
Finance Minister Fuad Hussein discussed the development of economic institutions in Iraq during a meeting with German Development Agency delegation headed by Marcel Vanhoofen.
"The Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Finance Minister Fuad Hussein, received in Baghdad the head of the German Development Agency in Iraq and his accompanying delegation," his office said in a statement received by Al-Ghad Press.
He added that "during the meeting, exchanged views on mechanisms to develop the work of economic institutions in Iraq and train their employees in order to raise the efficiency of performance and improve the level of work of those institutions."
"The Agency is ready to provide the necessary support from training, experts and expertise for the human development of institutions working in the field of economy and government projects in the development and modernization of economic policies," he said.
The Deputy Prime Minister pointed out that "the government program is very interested in developing the economy and building economic policies based on the provision of services and reconstruction and reconstruction and attention to the private sector and development of workers and the formation of the Supreme Council of the economy is a practical translation of the implementation of the government program, which divides businesses into specialized sectors to strengthen the economy And reduce dependence on oil revenues in the state budget."
"The two sides agreed to continue meetings in order to reach an agreement based on the exchange of experience and the use of German experts, advisers and trainers in the economic sectors to promote the economic reality of Iraq, and attended the meeting a number of experts and advisers from both sides." LINK
Samson: Abdul-Mahdi visits Saudi Arabia mid-month
2nd April, 2019
President Barham Salih revealed that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi will visit neighboring countries including Saudi Arabia in mid-April.
"Saudi-Iraqi relations are growing, I visited Saudi Arabia and I met King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Saudi officials," Saleh said in an interview. "King Salman has been very concerned about Iraq and stressed the need to develop relations. A Saudi ministerial delegation has visited us and a large Saudi delegation will soon visit Baghdad to confirm the activation of the joint Saudi-Iraqi committee," he said.
Saleh said, "Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi will visit the Kingdom and neighboring countries in the middle of this month." "We see in the consolidation of relations with the Kingdom an essential part of our perspective of what we want to be the relations of Iraq, we may differ in political vocabulary here and there and on this issue or that, but at the same time there are geographical and historical constants and cultural ties. He said: "My meeting with the Crown Prince was good, frank and direct, and we spoke in depth of what was required. He was understanding of the situation in Iraq and the need to enable the Iraqis to overcome the challenges and the need not to load Iraq and the equations we need. Development ".
The visit of Saudi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi is the second since he took office in October 2018 after he visited Egypt on March 23 and held a trilateral summit with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Jordan's King Abdullah II. LINK
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