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Iraq an economic Study

 
seeker2 (OP)

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Iraq Oil-The Forum: Q&A with Iraq Oil Minister Abdul Karim Luaybi on Status of HCL
Posted: December 10, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Baghdad, Barham Salih, ExxonMobil, Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan, KRG, kurdistan, Kurdistan Regional government
By Ruba Husari

Iraqi Oil Minister Abdul Karim Luaybi gives the latest on the draft Oil & Gas Law (OGL) and the state of the dispute with Exxon Mobil over its signed contract with the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in an interview with Iraq Oil Forum editor Ruba Husari in Baghdad.

Q: You were expected to meet with the KRG’s Minister of Natural Resources Ashti Hawrami to agree a draft Oil & Gas Law (OGL) – or Hydrocarbon Law – based on the 2007 draft, that is acceptable to both sides before the end of the year. Have you met?

A: No we have not. The issue goes beyond the OGL law. I expressed my point of view during the meetings with KRG’s PM Dr Barham Salih as well as with Dr Hawrami here in Baghdad, which is that the oil industry is different from all other industries and other sectors.

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link for the this article and the one above. sk
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hmmm... geez... which is right? They are working it out or they are splitting up and not? It's like a big soap opera of there! lol
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hmmm... geez... which is right? They are working it out or they are splitting up and not? It's like a big soap opera of there! lol
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Yep, who knows could just be all smoke and mirrors to keep us guessing. sk
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Headlines:


“In view of potential progress between Iraq and Kuwait” UN Sec General will recommend extension of financing for UN High Level Coordinator
Iraqi List MP calls for international community to remove Iraq from Chapter VII
Source: Maliki will appoint Yasiri as Minister of Interior upon his return from Washington
President Najafi and Arab League leader discuss leagues role to aid Iraq out of CH VII
Kurds must decide to stay or leave says Iraq oil minister
Iraq Oil-The Forum: Q&A with Iraq Oil Minister Abdul Karim Luaybi on Status of HCL
Draft of Oil and Gas Law on revenues for Kurdistan Region
CBI confirms that it still lags behind in its financial management
Adoption of financial analysis to the control of performance and behavior of banks
UNAMI: Iraq and Kuwait had made little progress; Need for more efforts
Minister of Planning meets Director General of the World Organization of Intellectual Property
Iraqi Minister of Planning meets the Secretary General of the UN Conference on Trade and Development in Geneva
Ministry calls for U.N. support; No need for funds but planning and development
Parliament will reconvene Sunday
Iraqi White Bloc demands GOI sue Kuwait over Port Mubarak
Deputy for Iraq List: Reconciliation between Allawi and Maliki is conditional on implementation of Erbil agreement
Total eclipse of the moon set for Saturday in Baghdad
Communications Minister announces Basra closely linking Iraq to the world through the cables freely
Washington confirms 15,000 staff members will occupy embassy in Baghdad
Ban Ki-moon appointed Hungarian Gyorgy Posten as Deputy Special Representative in Iraq
Iraqi List deputy calls for Maliki to demand US pay 2003 Iraqi compensation during his visit to Washington
Kurdish Representative labels Maliki re-election legal
Baghdad is preparing to rebuild most of the suburbs
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I hope the rest of crew finds this thread. Nice to have some more company. Not that I don't like yours Calin, just saying it would be better. lol sk
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I hope the rest of crew finds this thread. Nice to have some more company. Not that I don't like yours Calin, just saying it would be better. lol sk
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I am just fine here with or without company. flowerflower
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Wow, lots in the news today. sk
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Wow, lots in the news today. sk
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Yes...every day it seems to be more and more... Waiting for the big EXPANSION! hehe
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Wow, lots in the news today. sk
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Yes...every day it seems to be more and more... Waiting for the big EXPANSION! hehe
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Expansion is nice. Go expansion, has a nice ring to it. sk
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Wow, lots in the news today. sk
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Yes...every day it seems to be more and more... Waiting for the big EXPANSION! hehe
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Expansion is nice. Go expansion, has a nice ring to it. sk
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It fits... EXPANSION... fell the energy of that word and the concept! It makes me smile!
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Well after cruising several Iraqi news sites. Not much new to report. Its getting late here, so I think I'm off to bed. Talk to you this evening your time. night sk
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Hello,

Out for a day or so...where's our popular thread?
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Hello,

Out for a day or so...where's our popular thread?
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Speak nothing about it!! ;) hiding

We are here now to discuss the financials of Iraq and changes.

I like to call our "anticipation" - EXPANSION! ;)

Thanks for finding this thread! Welcome home!



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Thanks for starting up a new thread. We're getting closer than ever.
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Thanks for starting up a new thread. We're getting closer than ever.
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Welcome home!
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Hello,

Out for a day or so...where's our popular thread?
 Quoting: jetphyxr


Speak nothing about it!! ;) hiding

We are here now to discuss the financials of Iraq and changes.

I like to call our "anticipation" - EXPANSION! ;)

Thanks for finding this thread! Welcome home!


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Thanks Calin! Good to be back. Had to travel cross country to breed my tomato plants!!! Being observed must mean we are closer than a cat's hair!
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Saturday, December 10, 2011

Twas the Night Before Reval

Twas the night before reval, when all through the house
Not a creature was sleeping, not even my spouse.
The Dinars were laid on the table with care,
In hopes that the news soon would be there.


The children were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of new cars danced in their heads.
And mamma in her snuggie, and I in my drawers,
Had just settled our brains for a long currency war.


When on the computer there arose such a clatter,
I sprang from the couch to see what was the matter.
Away to DinarGuru.com I typed with a clash,
opening to the homepage to see the news flash.


The glow of the screen on my laid out Dinar
Gave the vision of dreams I had held at afar.
When, what to my wondering eyes should appear,
But a flashing notice the RV was here .


The government was seated, so lively and quick,
I knew in a moment it must be a trick.
More rapid than eagles they fell all in line,
The IMF had told them "Now is the time".


"Now Maliki! now, Allawi! now, Shabibi and Saad!
On, Mullahs! On, Kurds! on, Ashour and Awaad!
To the top of the basket! to the top of the chart!
Now Revaluate! Revaluate! The RV must start!"


As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly,
When they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky.
So up to the top of the forex charts they flew,
With accounts full of dollars, and new millionaires too.


And then, in a twinkling, I heard on the tile
The prancing and dancing of my wife gone wild.
As I drew in my head, and was turning around,
I heard my phone ring, a startling sound.


It was my neighbor, who lives down the street,
He is a banker for Chase, and asked could we meet.
A bundle of ideals he had in his mind, of places my riches to put
he could find,
He sounded excited, but I had my plan set in my mind.


His voice how it lifted! He sounded so merry!
His words were like candy, his attitude so cherry!
He promised an exchange rate, without a great spread,
I feared if I trusted my dreams would be dead.


The receiver of the phone, he held tight in his hand,
And I could tell his heart, was beating like a band.
I could imagine his broad face and a big round belly,
That shook when he spoke, like a bowlful of jelly!


He is chubby and plump, like a fat old elf,
And I laughed when I thought about him, in spite of myself!
He asked me to call soon, as he was going to bed,
I thought to myself I have nothing to dread.


I put down the phone, and went straight to work,
I counted my money, then turned with a jerk.
I felt a soft finger aside of my nose,
And there stood my wife in an amorous pose!


I sprang to my feet, and let out a whistle,
And away we flew to our room like the down of a thistle.
The children surely heard me exclaim, as we dove out of sight,
"Happy RV to all, and to all a good-night!"



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Hi all, welcome. It would seem the expansion of our investment may be close at hand. Yahoo. Please feel free to share news of Iraq's ongoing progression toward sovereignty and achieving a better way of life. It would seem that progress is ongoing and excellerating. sk
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Headlines:


Security Council discusses the 3 reports to remove Iraq from Chapter VII
UN Secretary-General expects possible settlement for Kuwait’s missing men
Maliki and delegation left Baghdad on his way to the United States on an official visit
Deputy in the Finance Committee: Currency to equal the USD during the next biennium
Maliki opts to fly Arab Emirates Airways instead of Presidential Plane; Zebari will join PM in Washington
Maliki goes to Washington to open a new page in relations
Association of private banks: Large international banks expressed a desire for a partnership with Iraqi banks
Before leaving U.S. Maliki, Araji will give comfort to American companies; Reduce administrative red tape, amend investment law
Iraq’s unemployment hits one million
IMF warns Iraq over excessive budget
Iraq House of Representatives resumes today
CBI Daily Currency Auction Dec 11, 2011: $146.3 million
Editorial: Is a second war broke out between Iraq and Kuwait?
U.S. forces leave behind a chaotic Iraq
National Insurance: the high rate of insurance (50%) from last year
Sadrists mediate between Iraqiya and SLC

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Thanks for the headlines Calin. The 15th parliament session looks like it could be a important one with lots on the agenda. sk
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Thanks for the headlines Calin. The 15th parliament session looks like it could be a important one with lots on the agenda. sk
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We never get to see the full agenda. Have you seen one for the first session?
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Thanks for the headlines Calin. The 15th parliament session looks like it could be a important one with lots on the agenda. sk
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We never get to see the full agenda. Have you seen one for the first session?
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When I was looking for the agenda for the 8 I saw several sites with lists for the 15th agenda. I looked them over quickly, so I'm not sure which session there were for. sk
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Thanks for the headlines Calin. The 15th parliament session looks like it could be a important one with lots on the agenda. sk
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We never get to see the full agenda. Have you seen one for the first session?
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When I was looking for the agenda for the 8 I saw several sites with lists for the 15th agenda. I looked them over quickly, so I'm not sure which session there were for. sk
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Oh, then good!
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here is a link for the 11th session. Still looking for the 15th session

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here is a link for the 11th session. Still looking for the 15th session

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Parliament work session agenda Sunday, December 11, 2011


That's it SK.

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hmmm....




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Ban Ki-moon: Iraq must meet its obligations to Kuwait; This enhances exit from Chapter VII
Posted: December 11, 2011

Ban said, “It seems that the search for missing Kuwaitis and other nationalities in Iraq is still going on.”

On the issue of Kuwaiti archives, Ban expressed “concern about the lack of substantial progress in the search for, and the lack of documented information about his whereabouts until now.”

He called on Secretary General of the United Nations Iraq to “continue to work with Kuwait in an atmosphere of trust in order to achieve significant progress in resolving this humanitarian issue.”

He believed that “this cooperation as well as other important steps taken by Iraq on the path to fulfill its obligations under Security Council resolutions relevant, will enhance the chances of exit from Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.”

Is set to “decide the Security Council in a report that in the fifteenth of December, and Tarasov will be invited to provide a briefing to members on developments issues.”
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Posted Today, 01:57 PM
reached the Iraqi side and the American agreement on granting immunity to American trainers. Report of the audio ..
10/12/2011


A military source revealed a high level for the Iraqi side and reach an agreement on the U.S. granting immunity to American trainers.
The source (of the Agency news), on Friday, said the agreement was to give immunity to the Americans trained the same level of immunity granted to trained Iraqis.
The source has also been agreed to be trained at military bases and training camps, noting that the two sides failed to agree on the number of trainers and that the negotiations are still ongoing.
Meanwhile / spokesman of the Ministry of Defence Sami al-Askari survival of 7,500 U.S. in four camps Sacetkmlon their withdrawal in the coming days, while the Deputy Prime Minister Hussein al-Shahristani said the withdrawal would not affect the security situation but on the contrary, the piece would improve. Sabah Ahmed and details. ....

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Washington confirms that the number of staff at its embassy in Baghdad is 15 thousand

Dec 11th



Baghdad, said U.S. embassy spokesman Michael McClellan, Saturday, that the number of staff of the Embassy of his country's current close to 15 thousand, pointing out that it was knowingly and consent of the Iraqi government, as pointed out that this number is similar to the number of employees at U.S. embassies in several countries. McClellan said in remarks to a number of media, including the "Sumerian News", "approximately 15 thousand is the number of employees at the U.S. Embassy in Iraq now, and any number of little information other than this number are the numbers are exaggerated," noting that "this number is fixed and would be lowered in the future to be replaced Baracaan.

" McClellan said that "the U.S. Embassy in Iraq need this number of workers to the large size of the relations between Iraq and the United States, as well as the size of the U.S. Embassy in Iraq," pointing out that the Strategic Framework Agreement that was signed between the two countries talked about the cooperation in various fields, including diplomatic cooperation, health, culture and environment. " He said McClellan that "the size of the U.S. Embassy in Iraq commensurate with the Convention", stressing that "this number of employees at the Embassy of America in Iraq similar to the number of employees at U.S. embassies in some countries such as Germany, Mexico and Japan.

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Message from Phoenix

My take on this is that the revaluation of the Iraqi Dinar can happen anytime from this moment forward (NOW) and the decision they have made to do this will not change (irreversable).

It also states the value of the Iraqi Dinar will be equal to one US Dollar or 1 IQD = $1.00

They rate this rate will remain at this level for a 2 year period (bienium) and will be held at the 1 to 1 rate by the auctions.

I have always thought the starting rate would be 1 IQD to 1 USD to avoid confusion in the market place. rolleyes As i have been saying.

Looks like we are about to see the removal of the artificial program rate and the revaluation of the Iraqi Dinar to a rate of 1 IQD = $1.00

Things are looking good.

Phoenix

Posted by kel at 12/11/2011 11:46:00 AM Labels: Letter From Phoenix
*Iraqi Dinar = U.S Dollar ~ Deputy in the Finance Committee is expected to equal the Iraqi Dinar against the U.S. Dollar during the next biennium
Snip ~ "and issued its decision, irreversible and started his first steps will be implemented during the next biennium from NOW.

December 11, 2011

Deputy in the Finance Committee is expected to equal the Iraqi dinar against the U.S. dollar during the next biennium

Baghdad (news) was likely a member of the Finance Committee and the representative / National Alliance / Haitham Jubouri Sarraldenaralaraca equal to the U.S. dollar during the next biennium after the implementation of the project to delete three zeros from the Iraqi currency.

Jubouri said In a statement to the Agency (news) said on Sunday: that the approach that the Central Bank of Iraq's retention rate Dinaromam dollar during the current period, it Maharidl that monetary policy in Iraq is able to make the Iraqi dinar is equal to the U.S. dollar "any Dinaraluahd matched by one dollar.

The to: that this retention was by selling huge amounts of dollars at auction, and inject some of the other of them to Iraqi banks to control the price of the Iraqi dinar against the dollar.

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