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Message Subject Iraq an economic Study
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Posted Today, 01:16 AM

View PostDinar Buddy, on 29 December 2011 - 11:00 PM, said:
The IQD seems to be still a year off from any change. The process will take more time and the world countries are handling their matters and building their own growth back. The IQD only needs it rise marginally to control budget and expense needs.

Is everyone so brain washed that this is suddenly just going to appear. Stay focused on the news and avoid the rumors and pumpers.

Let's go RV



you are very wrong in your aassessment what about contracts? what about the people giving back purchasing power? so marginally how is that going to affect the country in a positive way? and the budget doesnt require a marginally insignificant change believe me budgets need to have value to sustain their economy what are they gonna do flood the markets with lower denoms that are worthless aginst the USD? why even have the dinar in the first place? honestly the CBI is trying to get rid of the USd use in country. What good is it to keep the dinar with no value or little value if the usd use is rampant and has been for years. A country needs a valuable currency to be a strong country and Iraq has got the resources. only one way to stop the hostility and to gain the people's attention and to stat to trust the banks is to raise the vaue to at least a 1 to 1 imho.

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In all truth and trying to be subjective in regards to the dinar. I would have to say I agree with second opinion in the post. The minimum I see that the could get away with is .33 dinar to the dollar and then a slow growth in the value over time. My two dinar worth. Not much. sk
 
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