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calin

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Looks like the budget for 2014 people are pushing to get the agreement done!

Members of Finance Committee demand Baghdad, Erbil resolve differences prior to settling 2014 budget and election issues Posted: August 21, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics

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Looks like the budget for 2014 people are pushing to get the agreement done!

Members of Finance Committee demand Baghdad, Erbil resolve differences prior to settling 2014 budget and election issues Posted: August 21, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics

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Wow! That would be, like, 10 months early for them.
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Here's something from July 28, where the IMF calls for economic reform and improvement to the exact issues they are discussing at IIEC's forum this week. Considering CoM passed Econ Reform last week, and that was only two weeks after they got this statement from IMF, I'd say we should see it on Parliament's agenda pretty soon.



IMF stresses the need for the adoption of Iraq’s economic reform process and the broad

The head of the IMF mission to Iraq Carlo Sdrallweg, that Iraq needs to formulate structural economic reform agenda and widespread, and it needs to follow up the implementation of that agenda with all its contents.

Allweg said at a press conference during his visit to Iraq, said that “Iraq upon the implementation of a lot of work in the field of public finance, and improving the management of the budget, and most importantly, to be in the area of improving growth and poverty reduction as well.”

He added that “the importance of upgrading the quality of spending, and this can be achieved, in the first place, by eliminating waste, and direct expenses to the poor more,” noting that “Iraq’s need to focus on increasing the level of provision of electric power, and the restructuring of state-owned companies owned of the state, and streamline regulations to help ensure its focus on helping the private sector rather than impose restrictions on it. “

The President of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission on the need to revive agriculture, including the reform of the public distribution system, which contributed to the decline in domestic agricultural production through large food imports. “

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Here's a Financial Times article from October of last year.

[link to www.ft.com]

Can't post any of the article due to their copyright rules, but they list several things that need to be completed as part of banking reform, and it's pretty much done...

1. Rafaidin and Rasheed banks restructured. Done as of a couple months ago.

2. Dramatic fluctuations in the exchange rate. Soon to be addressed by CBI's new mechanism.

3. Telecom IPOs need to be done. Done.

4. International banks need to move in. Chase, BoA, Standard Chartered are in.


It also mentions private banks have to be able to lend to and accept deposits/handle transactions from the government and government-owned companies, and only the state-owned banks have a government guarantee, which should be addressed by the Econ Reform package.

A lot has happened in Iraq since FT put this out a year ago. We barely notice it because we watch it every day and it seems to move so slowly, but I think this is a good reminder of how far we've come in a little less than a year.

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Here's a Financial Times article from October of last year.

[link to www.ft.com]

Can't post any of the article due to their copyright rules, but they list several things that need to be completed as part of banking reform, and it's pretty much done...

1. Rafaidin and Rasheed banks restructured. Done as of a couple months ago.

2. Dramatic fluctuations in the exchange rate. Soon to be addressed by CBI's new mechanism.

3. Telecom IPOs need to be done. Done.

4. International banks need to move in. Chase, BoA, Standard Chartered are in.


It also mentions private banks have to be able to lend to and accept deposits/handle transactions from the government and government-owned companies, and only the state-owned banks have a government guarantee, which should be addressed by the Econ Reform package.

A lot has happened in Iraq since FT put this out a year ago. We barely notice it because we watch it every day and it seems to move so slowly, but I think this is a good reminder of how far we've come in a little less than a year.
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Interesting ReV!

Telecom IPOs????
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Here's a Financial Times article from October of last year.

[link to www.ft.com]

Can't post any of the article due to their copyright rules, but they list several things that need to be completed as part of banking reform, and it's pretty much done...

1. Rafaidin and Rasheed banks restructured. Done as of a couple months ago.

2. Dramatic fluctuations in the exchange rate. Soon to be addressed by CBI's new mechanism.

3. Telecom IPOs need to be done. Done.

4. International banks need to move in. Chase, BoA, Standard Chartered are in.


It also mentions private banks have to be able to lend to and accept deposits/handle transactions from the government and government-owned companies, and only the state-owned banks have a government guarantee, which should be addressed by the Econ Reform package.

A lot has happened in Iraq since FT put this out a year ago. We barely notice it because we watch it every day and it seems to move so slowly, but I think this is a good reminder of how far we've come in a little less than a year.
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Interesting ReV!

Telecom IPOs????
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Asiacell was one. I can't remember the names of the others, but they are basically just cell phone companies that moved in and issued stock on ISX.

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Info on Open Market Operations posted by tlar:


Transformations to Open Market Operations: Developing Economies and Emerging Markets


By buying or selling bonds, bills, and other financial instruments in the open market, a central bank can expand or contract the amount of reserves in the banking system and can ultimately influence the country's money supply. When the central bank sells such instruments it absorbs money from the system. Conversely, when it buys it injects money into the system. This method of trading in the market to control the money supply is called open market operations.


Open market operations are the major instrument of monetary control in industrial countries and are becoming important to developing countries and economies in transition. Open market operations allow central banks great flexibility in the timing and volume of monetary operations at their own initiative, encourage an impersonal, businesslike relationship with participants in the marketplace, and provide a means of avoiding the inefficiencies of direct controls. Developing indirect controls is important to the process of economic development because, as a country's markets expand, direct controls tend to become less effective, and markets eventually find a way around them, especially in a global world economy. With more countries seeking to deregulate and unleash the potential of market forces, many policymakers and central bankers are grappling with ways to realize the full benefits of open market operations.


For such operations to become part of monetary policy, however, other monetary instruments now in place need to be adjusted and the market infrastructure must be transformed. This paper assesses the options available to a central bank for addressing these matters and designing instruments for implementing open market operations. First, it provides a brief review of the connection between open market operations and other monetary operations. Then, it discusses how the central bank can encourage development of the necessary financial market architecture. Finally, it reviews the advantages and limitations of specific approaches to open market operations.



How Are Open Market Operations Related to Other Monetary Instruments?


Open market operations affect the money supply and related financial measures through their impact on the reserve base of the banking system. As a matter of monetary policy tactics in controlling these reserves, open market operations can be conducted in one of two ways: actively, by aiming for a given quantity of reserves and allowing the price of reserves (that is, the interest rate) to fluctuate freely; or passively, by aiming at a particular interest rate, allowing the amount of reserves to fluctuate. Industrial countries, with well-developed and sensitive markets, normally employ a passive approach, although there have been exceptions. A passive approach also appears to be the norm in emerging markets that have reached a certain level of sophistication. There are advantages to a more active approach in developing countries, however. In such countries, the absence of efficient secondary or interbank markets--to transmit the influence of monetary policy--might be one reason for an active approach. Another might be that the active approach allows the central bank to define its policies more clearly, especially when control of inflation is the overriding goal. Such an approach is embodied in a number of programs supported by the International Monetary Fund for particular countries.


If open market operations are to become the principal policy instrument, other monetary instruments obviously need to be given less importance, particularly the central bank's discount window, where the banking system can obtain reserves on its own initiative simply by borrowing from the central bank. Other adjustments may also be needed, depending in part on the particular strategy adopted for conducting day-to-day open market operations.

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Here's a Financial Times article from October of last year.

[link to www.ft.com]

Can't post any of the article due to their copyright rules, but they list several things that need to be completed as part of banking reform, and it's pretty much done...

1. Rafaidin and Rasheed banks restructured. Done as of a couple months ago.

2. Dramatic fluctuations in the exchange rate. Soon to be addressed by CBI's new mechanism.

3. Telecom IPOs need to be done. Done.

4. International banks need to move in. Chase, BoA, Standard Chartered are in.


It also mentions private banks have to be able to lend to and accept deposits/handle transactions from the government and government-owned companies, and only the state-owned banks have a government guarantee, which should be addressed by the Econ Reform package.

A lot has happened in Iraq since FT put this out a year ago. We barely notice it because we watch it every day and it seems to move so slowly, but I think this is a good reminder of how far we've come in a little less than a year.
 Quoting: ReVbo™

Interesting ReV!

Telecom IPOs????
 Quoting: calin


Asiacell was one. I can't remember the names of the others, but they are basically just cell phone companies that moved in and issued stock on ISX.
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Is an IPO another term for stock?
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Initial Public Offering. Sorry. Yes, it's a stock issuance.
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Initial Public Offering. Sorry. Yes, it's a stock issuance.
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Can't figure out .. translation not good enough for me. Anybody know what this is saying?




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Finance parliamentary: the reliance on central bank monetary policy open
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Confirmed the parliamentary Finance Committee that "the first cause the dollar to rise against the Iraqi dinar lies in the political set by the Central Bank as the monetary policy pursued by the central bank with the companies and banks that deal with the bank."


A member of the Committee Faleh applicable to the newspaper "integrity electronic" that "the central bank told the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives will be followed by a new mechanism in place will contribute significantly raise the value of the Iraqi dinar ahead of next June will be the mechanism capable of raising the value of the Iraqi dinar against the U.S. dollar."


The force added that "the central bank to reduce the size of the companies that deal with it and put the money in the auction, which will lead to a reduction in the value of the dollar and reliance on monetary policy open without complicated procedures and controls and open a wider field of hopes the government banks." It is noteworthy that the banknotes market witnessed a clear variation in the exchange rate of the U.S. dollar against the Iraqi dinar.


[link to www.burathane...cle_207677.html]

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Can't figure out .. translation not good enough for me. Anybody know what this is saying?




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Finance parliamentary: the reliance on central bank monetary policy open
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Confirmed the parliamentary Finance Committee that "the first cause the dollar to rise against the Iraqi dinar lies in the political set by the Central Bank as the monetary policy pursued by the central bank with the companies and banks that deal with the bank."


A member of the Committee Faleh applicable to the newspaper "integrity electronic" that "the central bank told the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives will be followed by a new mechanism in place will contribute significantly raise the value of the Iraqi dinar ahead of next June will be the mechanism capable of raising the value of the Iraqi dinar against the U.S. dollar."


The force added that "the central bank to reduce the size of the companies that deal with it and put the money in the auction, which will lead to a reduction in the value of the dollar and reliance on monetary policy open without complicated procedures and controls and open a wider field of hopes the government banks." It is noteworthy that the banknotes market witnessed a clear variation in the exchange rate of the U.S. dollar against the Iraqi dinar.


[link to www.burathane...cle_207677.html]

Read more: [link to dinarvets.com]
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That's that same article I posted earlier about open market operations.

Here's a little tidbit from DA's Iraqi Television Transcript Service (IITS)...

IITS: According to two respected financial analysts, the value of the dinar will increase substantially by mid 2014 and Iraq will join the "international currencies organization" in the near future.

Not sure what an "international currencies organization" is, but I'm guessing it's probably IMF, WTO, or World Bank, moving from observer status to full membership. Just me pontificating, but I would say this, in addition to your article above, calin, indicates a float in the near future with a rate near a dollar by mid 2014.

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Posted Today, 03:15 PM

Anbuge: economic reform will pave the law to establish a sophisticated era in Iraq



08/22/2013 12:00 AM

Following ratification by the Council of Ministers
BAGHDAD-Hussein thghb Tamimi
said Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister Dr. Abdul Hussein Al-Anbuge, get the approval of the Council and the vote on the law of economic reform, which will ensure that after approval by the House of Representatives, the formation of the Supreme Council for economic reform in Iraq, stressing that Law sponsor at the same time to settle intersections occurring in the economic policies of Iraq.



comes Board approval in time see it as specialists in economic affairs, the absence of strategy and clear can be regulated economic reality in the country, as it provides increased revenues finance the one hand, and raising the rates of growth sustainable On the other hand.



And ratified the Council of Ministers during its regular recent law on economic reform, which he considered a number of nominated as "an important step towards the achievement of mutations in the development country."
said Anbuge during his speech for the (morning): that the strenuous efforts made by the team Iraqi specialist, international organizations and international, to outline key to this law, which will enable the economic reality in Iraq from growing remarkably in the coming years, and will also to revive many of the aspects of production capacity idle, Kalqtain industrial and agricultural.



According to Nbuge, the reform plan includes two, The first is to shift economic policy towards the open market, and the translation of the will of the Constitution, which stipulates the need for a policy, an approach economist in Iraq, noting that the second part of the reform plan recommends the formation of a higher council for economic reform, which would take it upon himself to draw the country's policies of development and productivity, especially after the dispersion obviously witnessed economic policies in the country, causing a decline of growth rates, and lower rates of production, and to keep the oil as the sole source to finance the budgets of the country's financial.



drew adviser to the council to be formed after the adoption of the law by the parliament, will be linked directly to the premiership, and Cedar by elements of efficient her position in the middle of economic, noting that the Council will, as well as revive the economic reality, the formation of a number of departments and important institutions in the country, particularly the Department of Lands, and the other to reform taxation, banking, insurance, and finance, as well as other department will be involved in passage of legislation and laws to ensure revive the economic reality in general in the country.



Expressed Economists satisfaction after the cabinet vote on the reform law, which the enemy step towards reviving all the joints of the country development, productivity, stressing that previous periods experienced dilemmas clear economic, and intersections big between the two policies fiscal and monetary, due to the lack of a law regulating the work of the two institutions, the form in which the impact much on the progress of the country economically.



believes economic expert on behalf of Jamil Antoine, that the process of approving the law will lead to the absorption of many of the economic problems that led to the decline in growth rates, indicating that such a law able to eliminate unemployment, and work to reduce poverty rates, especially after activating the work of the productive sectors stalled work at the moment, Kalmncat industrial and commercial, as well as revive the agricultural situation, which will require more manpower.



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Awwww, yeah! Get you some o' that good ole RE-form, as we say it in Alabama, Iraq!

No kidding. There's actually a town here called Reform that's pronounced RE-form. We have a town called Arab that we pronounce AY-rab, too.

I think I probably should've just highlighted the whole damn thing. I'm so excited, I can't stand it, y'all. This ride is about to get a whole lot more interesting. Just look for Econ Reform on Parliament's agenda, and we're in business.




Anbuge: economic reform will pave the law to establish a sophisticated era in Iraq

08/22/2013 12:00 AM

Following ratification by the Council of Ministers

BAGHDAD - Hussein ثغب of Tamimi

Male Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister Dr. Abdul Hussein Al-Anbuge, get the approval of the Council and the vote on the law of economic reform, which will ensure that after approval by the House of Representatives, the formation of the Supreme Council for economic reform in Iraq, stressing that the law sponsor at the same time to settle intersections occurring in the economic policies of the Iraqi .

Board approval comes at a time when sees specialists in economic affairs, the absence of a clear strategy and can be regulated economic reality in the country, as it provides increased financial revenues on the one hand, and raising the rates of sustainable growth rates of the other hand.

The Council of Ministers approved during its last regular meeting, on economic reform law, which is considered number of المعنين that "an important step towards the achievement of developmental mutations in the country."

He said Anbuge during his speech for the (morning): that the strenuous efforts made by the Iraqi team specialist, international organizations and international, to outline key to this law, which will enable the economic reality in Iraq from growing remarkably in the coming years, and will also to revive many aspects productivity broken, Kalqtain of the industrial and agricultural sectors.

According to Nbuge, the reform plan includes two, is the first in a shift economic policy towards the open market, and the translation of the will of the Constitution, which stipulates the need for a policy, an approach economist in Iraq, noting that the second part of the reform plan recommends the formation of a higher council for economic reform, which will take it upon himself to draw the country's development policies and productivity, especially after the dispersion clearly witnessed in the country's economic policies, and cause decline in growth rates, and lower rates of production, and to retain the oil as the only source to finance the country's financial budgets.

He pointed adviser to the council to be formed after the adoption of the law by the parliament, will be linked directly to the premiership, and Cedar by elements of efficient her position in the middle of economic, noting that the Council will, as well as revive the economic reality, the formation of a number of departments and institutions the task in the country, particularly the Department of Lands, and the other of the tax reform, and banking, insurance, and finance, as well as other department will be on the passage of legislation and laws to revive the economic reality of the country in general.

He expressed Economists satisfaction after the cabinet vote on the reform law, which promised him a step towards reviving all the joints of the country's development, productivity, stressing that previous periods experienced dilemmas clear economic, and intersections big between the two policies of fiscal and monetary, due to the lack of a law regulating the work of the two institutions, the form in which the impact too much on the economic progress of the country.

He sees economic Bassem Jamil Antoine, that the process of approving the law will lead to the absorption of many of the economic problems that led to the decline in growth rates, indicating that such a law able to eliminate unemployment, and work to reduce poverty rates, especially after activating the work of the productive sectors stalled for work Currently, Kalmncat industrial and commercial, as well as revive the agricultural situation, which will require more manpower.

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haha - you are too funny! Like it when you are happy!

Posted the article before you!
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haha - you are too funny! Like it when you are happy!

Posted the article before you!
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Oh, snap. You sure did. Sorry about that. ;)
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haha - you are too funny! Like it when you are happy!

Posted the article before you!
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Oh, snap. You sure did. Sorry about that. ;)
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But you gave it color and bolded stuff! lol
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Where can we find the agenda for Parliament?
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Can't figure out .. translation not good enough for me. Anybody know what this is saying?




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Finance parliamentary: the reliance on central bank monetary policy open
Ali Abdullah - 08/21/2013 - 5:29 pm | Hits: 17


Confirmed the parliamentary Finance Committee that "the first cause the dollar to rise against the Iraqi dinar lies in the political set by the Central Bank as the monetary policy pursued by the central bank with the companies and banks that deal with the bank."


A member of the Committee Faleh applicable to the newspaper "integrity electronic" that "the central bank told the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives will be followed by a new mechanism in place will contribute significantly raise the value of the Iraqi dinar ahead of next June will be the mechanism capable of raising the value of the Iraqi dinar against the U.S. dollar."


The force added that "the central bank to reduce the size of the companies that deal with it and put the money in the auction, which will lead to a reduction in the value of the dollar and reliance on monetary policy open without complicated procedures and controls and open a wider field of hopes the government banks." It is noteworthy that the banknotes market witnessed a clear variation in the exchange rate of the U.S. dollar against the Iraqi dinar.


[link to www.burathane...cle_207677.html]

Read more: [link to dinarvets.com]
 Quoting: calin


That's that same article I posted earlier about open market operations.

Here's a little tidbit from DA's Iraqi Television Transcript Service (IITS)...

IITS: According to two respected financial analysts, the value of the dinar will increase substantially by mid 2014 and Iraq will join the "international currencies organization" in the near future.

Not sure what an "international currencies organization" is, but I'm guessing it's probably IMF, WTO, or World Bank, moving from observer status to full membership. Just me pontificating, but I would say this, in addition to your article above, calin, indicates a float in the near future with a rate near a dollar by mid 2014.
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by mid 2014... that is ok as we will need the time to calm down and do some planning once we know the currency is free to raise.
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Where can we find the agenda for Parliament?
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Not released yet. Probably in the next few hours.
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Where can we find the agenda for Parliament?
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Not released yet. Probably in the next few hours.
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Where?

Isn't there a parliament site?

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Where can we find the agenda for Parliament?
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Not released yet. Probably in the next few hours.
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Where?

Isn't there a parliament site?
 Quoting: calin


I usually just get it from DV. Sorry. Yota will post it soon enough.
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Where can we find the agenda for Parliament?
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Not released yet. Probably in the next few hours.
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Where?

Isn't there a parliament site?
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I usually just get it from DV. Sorry. Yota will post it soon enough.
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I found the parliament site but it is in arabic.
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Can't figure out .. translation not good enough for me. Anybody know what this is saying?




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Finance parliamentary: the reliance on central bank monetary policy open
Ali Abdullah - 08/21/2013 - 5:29 pm | Hits: 17


Confirmed the parliamentary Finance Committee that "the first cause the dollar to rise against the Iraqi dinar lies in the political set by the Central Bank as the monetary policy pursued by the central bank with the companies and banks that deal with the bank."


A member of the Committee Faleh applicable to the newspaper "integrity electronic" that "the central bank told the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives will be followed by a new mechanism in place will contribute significantly raise the value of the Iraqi dinar ahead of next June will be the mechanism capable of raising the value of the Iraqi dinar against the U.S. dollar."


The force added that "the central bank to reduce the size of the companies that deal with it and put the money in the auction, which will lead to a reduction in the value of the dollar and reliance on monetary policy open without complicated procedures and controls and open a wider field of hopes the government banks." It is noteworthy that the banknotes market witnessed a clear variation in the exchange rate of the U.S. dollar against the Iraqi dinar.


[link to www.burathane...cle_207677.html]

Read more: [link to dinarvets.com]
 Quoting: calin


That's that same article I posted earlier about open market operations.

Here's a little tidbit from DA's Iraqi Television Transcript Service (IITS)...

IITS: According to two respected financial analysts, the value of the dinar will increase substantially by mid 2014 and Iraq will join the "international currencies organization" in the near future.

Not sure what an "international currencies organization" is, but I'm guessing it's probably IMF, WTO, or World Bank, moving from observer status to full membership. Just me pontificating, but I would say this, in addition to your article above, calin, indicates a float in the near future with a rate near a dollar by mid 2014.
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by mid 2014... that is ok as we will need the time to calm down and do some planning once we know the currency is free to raise.
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2014? That's not soon enough for me.
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Can't post it but check out dinar detectives.com. Kaperoni is saying "international currency organization," from the ITTS post earlier, is forex.
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Ohhh . . . that is some good advice right there! Buying US T-bills . . .

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Iraqi bonds, AC. Not American. They have almost no debt at the moment, so they should be able to sell quite a few.
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I was commenting on Alexanders post on post RV investment strategies at the end of the article that recommended "US" treasuries . . . not Iraqi treasuries.
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Can't post it but check out dinar detectives.com. Kaperoni is saying "international currency organization," from the ITTS post earlier, is forex.
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Who cares what pumper Pepperoni says these days?
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8-21-2013 Newshound Guru Kaperoni This is direct from Iraqi TV today. Iraqi dinar will increase substantially by mid -2014...but more importantly this...Iraq will join international currency organizations in the near future. that can only mean Forex folks! they not waiting... they said, its value will be substantial by mid 2014. that means they need to start soon raising the value if they expect to meet that goal. [So you believe the float will start soon? (Not Iraqi soon I hope)?] yes [that doesn't mean it will start at the 1160 that you say it could start at above a dollar right] it can start anywhere they want...just get it going. I think that is very good and no articles have it...that news [came] from iraqi tv.


21-2013 Newshound Guru Stryker Article Quote "Office announced the implementation of Article 140 of the Constitution, in the province of Dhi Qar, the arrival of more than 600 instrument, noting that the Bureau proceeded distributed among beneficiaries." It sure looks like article 140 has been implemented, at least according to this article. If this can be confirmed then things are being done and not being widely announced but could be more of the clues we have been waiting for.


8-21-2013 Newshound Guru Stryker Article Quote: "indicating the possibility of submitting a supplemental budget in July next inserts the agreement between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government." It tells me that the agreements between Maliki and Barzani in April are being implemented and the midyear supplement budget of $14 billion must have been approved without our knowledge because these funds were part of the agreement. These funds are benched marked to include Article 140, payments to Kurdistan for their Military, payments to Oil Contractors and other expenses.

8-21-2013 Newshound Guru Stryker Article Quotes "The Oil and Gas Law, the rights of the Peshmerga and Article 140 are among the most important issues to be discussed." "It is worth mentioning that during his recent visit to Baghdad, Kurdistan Region's Prime Minister, Nechirvan Barzani, met with the Federal Cabinet, discussing with them the seven points of Erbil Agreement, they got initial agreement." That says that all the outstanding Erbil Agreements are going to be implemented... If in fact, the Article 140 that almost everyone said could not get implemented because of all the disputes is implemented, then the rest is being completed without our knowledge...

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8-21-2013 Newshound Guru Kaperoni This is direct from Iraqi TV today. Iraqi dinar will increase substantially by mid -2014...but more importantly this...Iraq will join international currency organizations in the near future. that can only mean Forex folks! they not waiting... they said, its value will be substantial by mid 2014. that means they need to start soon raising the value if they expect to meet that goal. [So you believe the float will start soon? (Not Iraqi soon I hope)?] yes [that doesn't mean it will start at the 1160 that you say it could start at above a dollar right] it can start anywhere they want...just get it going. I think that is very good and no articles have it...that news [came] from iraqi tv.

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Basically someone can CE and then turn around purchase more IQD keeping it in a foreign currency account so one isn't holding any of the 3 zero notes.. and CE again next year after the rate goes up some more. Not a bad strategy for some.
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8-21-2013 Newshound Guru Kaperoni This is direct from Iraqi TV today. Iraqi dinar will increase substantially by mid -2014...but more importantly this...Iraq will join international currency organizations in the near future. that can only mean Forex folks! they not waiting... they said, its value will be substantial by mid 2014. that means they need to start soon raising the value if they expect to meet that goal. [So you believe the float will start soon? (Not Iraqi soon I hope)?] yes [that doesn't mean it will start at the 1160 that you say it could start at above a dollar right] it can start anywhere they want...just get it going. I think that is very good and no articles have it...that news [came] from iraqi tv.

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Basically someone can CE and then turn around purchase more IQD keeping it in a foreign currency account so one isn't holding any of the 3 zero notes.. and CE again next year after the rate goes up some more. Not a bad strategy for some.
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Now, your talking, I'm still not convinced we will only have 30 to cash in. Seems contrary to what shabibi said. But who knows
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