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  1. Adam Montana Weekly 13 December 2017

    Adam, by far a super Wednesday, one, to be alive and well, and 2nd, to be a part of this amazing group here in DV. As one of the many vips here I have always said, and, will keep saying, some of the best money I have spent. Now, with that being said, the news and excitement of the Crypto scene taking center stage right now has consumed my down time in learning as much as I can, and, with the group here in DV who have been engaged in this for a while now, your experience and thoughtfulness in sharing is very much appreciated. Like the investment in the Dinar, it was just as you said, “getting started “ and the rest is easy. The same is in Crypto currency, getting started and making that first move is the most challenging, but, once you dive in and get your feet wet, that coupled with the crew we have here with experience, it’s down hill from there. ‘Keep in mind, never bite off more then you can chew, do your research and get going. Thanks again Adam and mods for your ongoing support for all of us here. It truly is an amazing place DV
  2. Hopefully it will be soon time to adorn our sunglasses as we approach the light at the end of this tunnel 😎
  3. Iraq, December 13, 2017 Iraq has been ranked 168th out of 190 countries in the World Bank‘s recent Doing Business 2018 report, down from 165th place the previous year. Despite the fall in the rankings, the report notes that over the previous year Iraq simplified the process of starting a business by combining multiple registration procedures and reducing the time to register a company, and it launched a new credit registry, improving access to credit information. Top of the list were New Zealand, Singapore and Denmark, with last place going to Somalia, just behind Eritrea and Venezuela. Iran ranked 124th, with Libya 185th. Doing Business measures regulations affecting 11 areas of the life of a business. Ten of these areas are included in this year’s ranking on the ease of doing business: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property, getting credit, protecting minority investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts and resolving insolvency. Doing Business also measures labor market regulation, which is not included in this year’s ranking. businessnews
  4. Interesting that the Saudi king and Abadi have the same plan against corruption, I like where this is going.
  5. Thanks tiger for all your continued input here for us all, very much appreciated my brother Now we can see alongside the names of the criminals, the name of chief bandit #1, Maliki I am guessing that it won’t, or, should I say shouldn’t be long now before Maliki’s days are numbered
  6. All hands, be prepared to make the jump to light speed.............. Ok,ok, maybe a little pretentious on my part, but, yea gotta admit we are moving along with a sense of urgency it seems and the news just keeps getting better. A great day to be alive and the best to all of you here in DV Yota, Thugs, many thanks to you both for keeping us on the edge of our seats
  7. Iraq, December 11, 2017 Visas and drivers' license renewals will be a part of the Kurdistan Regional Government's efforts to simplify basic government services. 'The Ministry of Interior is committed to providing the quickest high-quality services to the citizens,” said Interior Minister Karim Sinjari in a UNDP statement. The e-visas and drivers' licenses are just portions of the KRG's 12 billion dinar (about $10 million) project supported by the UN Development Programme and the Azerbaijani government, as Rudaw previously reported. The Ministry of the Interior organized a conference which was under the auspices of KRG Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani. “This will not only save considerable time and money for the citizens and Ministry alike, but it will help address potential administrative and financial corruption as well,” said Minister Sinjari. Other services such as the issuing of birth, divorce, death and other certificates will also be included in the program, entitled E-Governance for Better Delivery Service which was launched in March. “Any such effort must pay special attention to helping the most vulnerable and marginalized segments of the population, who may not have access to or experience with ICT platforms to be equally served with these modern means,' stated UNDP Iraq Director Mounir Tabet. The process will be implemented through pilot Public Service Centers, which are hubs equipped with Information and Communication Technologies which can also be accessed remotely through the Internet. Prime Minister Barzani and his deputy Qubad Talabani have pushed for a modernization of government systems including foreign audits, biometric registration of civil employees, greater transparency, electricity reform, among other reforms. rudaw
  8. Iraq, December 11, 2017 Key Ministers and officials from the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KR-I) alongside representatives of the private sector, civil society, labour unions, the international community, donors and development agencies convened at a high-level conference yesterday in Erbil on E-Governance and Public Service Centres. The Ministry of Interior of the KR-I organized the conference under the auspices of the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, H.E. Mr. Nechirvan Barzani, and with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The conference examined progress on efforts of the Ministry of Interior to simplify citizens’ access to basic government administrative services, such as the e-visa and the new drivers’ licence renewal system, through online electronic platforms that can be used also from the convenience of their homes. This comes under a project entitled E-Governance for Better Service Delivery that the Ministry launched in March 2017, with help from UNDP, aiming to improve the responsiveness, transparency, and accountability of its delivery of quality administrative services to the public. To that end, the project promotes the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), including computer-aided platforms that can also be accessed remotely through the internet. “The Ministry of Interior is committed to providing the quickest high-quality services to the citizens,” emphasized the Minister of Interior, Mr. Kareem Sinjari. “This will not only save considerable time and money for the citizens and Ministry alike, but it will help address potential administrative and financial corruption as well.” businessnews
  9. Iraq, December 11, 2017 Two months after the flight ban imposed by Baghdad on the Kurdistan Region’s airports, the Kurdish authorities have lost hope for resolving the crisis, and reports reveal Baghdad’s intention to create an international airport in Kirkuk to replace Erbil and Sulaymaniyah airports. The Director of Sulaymaniyah Airport Taher Abdullah, told Sharq Al Awsat that authorities in the Kurdistan Region have lost hope to resolve the crisis, noting that there is no longer any role of the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority in the issue. The authority is confined to Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, he said. Abdullah said that there aren’t any reassuring signs of the opening of Erbil and Sulaymaniyah airports, stressing that the rumors about opening the two airports are unfounded. “There is no direction or decision or even contact between us and the Iraqi Aviation Authority in this regard, and therefore there is no hope to open our airports in the near future,” he said. The embargo has cost Kurdistan Region nearly half a million dollars a day. Kurdish political sources reveal the intentions of the Iraqi federal government to establish a civil airport in Kirkuk, according to Sharq Al Awsat. This raises concerns about turning the airport to an international one and maintaining the airports of Erbil and Sulaymaniyah only for domestic flights. Abdullah said that even humanitarian flights are prohibited at Sulaymaniyah and Erbil airports, adding that they require the approval of the Iraqi Prime Minister. There are patients and injured Peshmerga forces who need to travel abroad to receive treatment, but the federal authorities refuse any authorization for these flights, he noted. The Iraqi government imposed embargo on Erbil and Sulaymaniyah international airports on September 29, 2017 as a punitive measure in response to the independence referendum held by the Kurdistan Region on September 25 on secession from Iraq. basnews
  10. OIL-FOR-FOOD PROGRAM IMPOSED BY UN ON IRAQ FOLLOWING KUWAIT INVASION ENDS Iraq, December 11, 2017 The Iraqi Foreign Ministry on Saturday announced the end of Iraq's obligation of the Oil-for-Food program within Chapter VII of the United Nations charter, according to kurdistan24 website. Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1990, prompting the UN Security Council to place Iraq in Chapter VII of the UN Charter, which includes sanctions and considers the country a threat. The Oil-for-Food Program established by the United Nations in 1995 under the UN Security Council Resolution 986. The program was created in response to UN sanctions, which allowed the country to sell oil in the world market in exchange for food, medicine, and other humanitarian needs for the citizens of Iraq. Kuwait has objected the departure of Iraq from Chapter VII for years due to unresolved disputes over borders, missing persons, property and other issues with the country. The decision to remove Iraq from the Chapter VII on the oil-for-food program came after the “diplomatic successes” of Baghdad, Iraqi Foreign Ministry announced in a statement, reported by the site. alarabiya
  11. The release from chapter 7 (although expected) kinda came out of no where, let’s hope that Abadi has some more tricks up his sleeve. Have a great day sir
  12. IRAQ AND IRAN SIGN KIRKUK OIL EXPORT CONTRACT Iraq, December 10, 2017 Iraq and Iran have signed an agreement to export up to 60,000 barrels of oil per day from the fields of Kirkuk to Iran. The rate of exports can be increased through the basin until the completion of the extension of an oil pipeline for this purpose, said Iraqi Oil Minister Jabbar Ali Al-Luaibi. He added that the agreement signed by the Iraqi oil marketing company Sumo with the Iranian side provides for the Iraqi side to transfer oil via trucks to the joint border point between the two countries near the province of Kermanshah. Meanwhile the Iranian side delivered the same quantities and the same specifications through the ports South of Iraq. The agreement was signed by Alaa Yasiri, director general of Sumo and Hidayatzadeh, a representative of the Iranian Oil Ministry. Al-Luaibi said that Iraq is keen to strengthen relations with neighbouring countries and the world, and that the Ministry plans to establish strategic oil projects that enhance the prospects of bilateral cooperation with Turkey, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Syria, as well as Egypt. tradearabia

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