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  2. WOW! If I lived there, my Social Security check would put me in the Gazillionaire Category, compared to native Iraqis. (No Gazillions here in the US though, or I wouldn't be on the Dinar board every day.) 😂 It's really sad that in this day and age, their average income is $4,200 a year.
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  3. Since the new instructions were introduced, the daily auctions when down about $100 million. Thanks Ron. Go CBI Go reforms Go open market economy Go end of daily auctions Go Purchasing power
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  4. Iraq is going through a digital transformation to improve efficiency. Go Iraq 🇮🇶 Go reforms Go digital transformation Go growth
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  5. This shows why they need to revalue their money. It is a good reason for concern by the government, as this is not enough money to live on. They are sitting on so much oil & gas, that by the time the government distributes their share, they will be able to afford homes, food, vehicles, vacations. Hopefully, Sadr's block will help them, and increase their incomes!
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  6. Luigi found these articles of Dinarian interests... Treat as rumors. Not varafied. Your opine. Saturday Night “The Green Lantern” this just in: Washington DC indicated that release is on Monday US time which is Tuesday PST or Beijing time ,Oct 26,2021 . SANDY INGRAM: Article: “19 Iraqi Banks rated by international agencies” On the surface this sounds like insignificant news. However let me explain. You will be dancing after you understand this… Quote: “19 licensed banks in Iraq have been rated by accredited international rating agencies – Capital Intelligence, Fitch, Moody’s, Standards and Poors, – the bank [CBI] said…it is a sign of their compliance with domestic and international standards…”
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  7. UUmmmm just a thought, today is 10/25 and most have different dates, we're still doing Monday's right? Jus sayen..🤔
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  8. World Food: Iraq is experiencing the worst drought in 40 years money and business Economy News _ Baghdad The World Food Program ruled out, on Thursday, the existence of a crisis of acute malnutrition in Iraq, stressing that the lack of rain and drought that Iraq suffered during the last season is the first of its kind in the past 40 years. The representative of the World Food Program in Iraq, Ali Reda Qureshi, said that "the country's strategic plan for the World Food Program 2020-2024 outlined the support for Iraq, in close line with its vision for 2030," noting that "the program added 39,000 displaced persons and refugees. from vulnerable cases and launched new “livelihood” programs in urban areas to those affected by the Corona epidemic. Qureshi added, "The Iraqi economy was subjected to shocks, the first of which was the negative oil drop, affected by the repercussions of the Corona virus, as well as the depreciation of the Iraqi dinar last December, which further affected the food security of families in poor local communities." He continued, "The drought phenomenon due to lack of rainfall affected agricultural production, as the total grain production in Iraq decreased by 38%," noting that "Nineveh Governorate suffered from failure in crop production and lost nearly 70% of its production for the wheat crop and all its production for the barley crop." The grain production in the Kurdistan region has also been halved. Qureshi revealed that "the World Food Program established in April of last year the Hunger Monitoring System in order to monitor the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on food security in Iraq, through the main food security indicators, individual prices of basic commodities and monitoring market functions," stressing "more than 30 joint reports with the Food and Agriculture Organization, the International Fund for Agricultural Development and the World Bank, after analyzing the data of this system. Views 138 Date added 10/14/2021
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  9. A graph that reveals the average per capita income of Iraq since 2003 Time: 10/24/2021 22:08:03 Reading: 2,457 times {Economic: Al Furat News} A chart revealed the average annual Iraqi per capita income since 2003 after the change of the former regime until next year 2022. Economists said that "this average does not mean that every Iraqi individual received this amount, but rather a certain segment enjoys high incomes, and other segments that represent the majority of the Iraqi people receive low incomes much less than the mentioned amount." The lowest level of per capita income was in 2003 at a rate of $609 per year, while the highest rate was recorded in 2013 at $7,021. According to the plan, the average per capita income for the next year will be 5075 dollars, an increase of 799 dollars over the current year.
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  10. $4,200.00 in2020....that’s just 2/3rds of a month’s pay when I worked in the Oil & Gas Industry.... With a mere pittance like that I can well imagine malnutrition & starvation must be horrific among the greater population. Then I see photo ops of sand bagging foot dragging overweight pot bellied bureaucrats & politicians in plush surroundings that make my blood boil. If Sadr & this newly elected mob of politicians rolls out empty promises the regular folks will soon come to realize they’ve been had yet again. It will be pitchforks, torches, AKs & RPGs and probably no turning back this time.
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  11. Now you know Okie does not have a plane. Do you not remember the "ships at sea".
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  12. SRV, Jon Bonamassa, Albert King, BB King, or Buddy Guy style for me please.
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  14. 10/26 MM 16 27 30 43 66 mb19 10/27 PB 05 44 55 63 68 pb05
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  15. MM - 12 45 46 64 65, MB - 05 PB - 12 45 46 64 65, PB - 05 And... may the odds be ever in our favor!
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  16. PB - 12 45 46 64 65, PB - 05 And... may the odds be ever in our favor!
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  17. PowerBall #'s for 10/25 TexasGranny 3 17 23 32 64 PB 18 Jetman 1 12 14 21 69 PB 24 babycakes61 5 8 17 23 27 PB 13
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  18. Yota MM 10/26 18-43-47-64-67 MB 07 PB 10/27 21-29-46-48-63 PB 21 Me MM 10/26 13-23-31-45-58 MB 10 PB 10/27 20-23-26-28-66 PB 21
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  19. MM 26 Oct 21 04 07 11 20 52 MB 06 PB 27 Oct 21 05 08 14 23 53 PB 06
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  20. Decreased central bank sales of dollars 2021-10-25 07:20 Shafaq News/ The Central Bank of Iraq's sales fell today, Monday, from the dollar, to record 103 million dollars. Shafak News Agency correspondent stated that today, during its auction for buying and selling US dollars, the Central Bank witnessed a decrease in its sales by 31.5% to reach 103 million, and 313 thousand and 44 US dollars covered by the bank at a base exchange rate of 1460 dinars per dollar, compared to yesterday, Sunday, In which sales amounted to 150 million and 823 thousand and 703 US dollars. Our correspondent indicated that the purchases amounting to 97 million and 23 thousand and 44 dollars went to strengthen the balances abroad in the form of remittances and credits, while the remaining amount of 6 million and 290 thousand dollars went in cash. Our correspondent indicated that 16 banks have fulfilled requests to enhance balances abroad, 5 banks to meet cash requests, in addition to 42 mediation companies.
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  21. Digital transformation in the central bank and the banking sector Economic and banking advisor Samir Al-Nusairi Articles Samir Al-Nusairi* With determination and high confidence in the ability of the Iraqi financial and technical cadres to overcome the challenges of the technical gap that Iraq suffered due to the repercussions of the siege, wars and instability during the information revolution period. The Central Bank, banks and specialized technical companies were able to overcome the challenges that stand in the way of the digital transformation of the banking sector and stand in the right direction in the darkest economic and security conditions that our country has experienced during the past years and draw a sound road map to catch up with the technical developments in the countries of the world. The observer of the situation in Iraq during the years (2016-2021) notes the extent of belief in the Iraqi capabilities and competencies to bring about change and bridge the technical gap between us and the developed world. This is evident in the important achievements that have been achieved, as follows: 1 - The methodology adopted by the Central Bank and implemented by banks and electronic payment companies always focuses on working under a sound legislative, regulatory and legal umbrella, as well as strengthening the concepts of governance and global standards with regard to information technology and financial technologies. 2‐ Issuance of the electronic money payment system No. 3 of 2014 and the establishment of the National Payments Council, governance controls and institutional management of information and communications technology, and legal regulations and instructions that regulate the work of banks and electronic payment service providers. 3- The central bank plays a pivotal role in establishing advanced infrastructure, pursuing the latest global technologies, and developing the bank’s financial and banking systems, payment systems, and advanced communication networks according to the latest technologies. 4‐ The central bank, banks, and electronic payment companies own advanced payment systems as well as retail payment structures, and the national exchange was one of its most important parts. Up to 12 million credit cards were issued and approximately 1,300 ATMs were distributed and more than 5,000 points of sale. 5- Granting work licenses to many electronic payment service providers (card issuers, collectors, mobile payment companies’ operations, bill presenters and payment gateways through various channels). 6- Extensive interest in implementing the first objective of the first strategy of the Bank (2019-2020) and second (2021-2023), which is to achieve monetary and financial stability and enhance digital transformation in the banking sector through a sound financial system with interest in achieving financial inclusion and reducing risks, as well as adopting a localization project Employee salaries, which increased from 11% to 23%, and expected to achieve the target percentage in 2023. It is clear from the above achievements that the Central Bank, the banking sector and electronic payment companies have overcome the challenges of the technical gap due to the blockade, occupation and terrorism, and it is moving today at a steady pace to achieve digital transformation in the comprehensive financial and banking sector towards achieving financial stability and moving from the cash society to the cashless society, which is also one of the objectives of the curriculum The reformist government in the white paper for the transition towards a digital economy. Future plans for digital transformation 1- Enhancing research and development activities for the manufacture of new banking products that are spread across governorates, districts, districts, and small cities. 2- Improving the performance of banks through new inputs based on modern technologies, as well as the development of patterns and policies that adopt modern banking techniques that the countries of the developed world preceded us to. 3- Capacity building and qualification of digital transformation leaders and human resources in the field of modern banking sciences, technology and innovation with the aim of achieving sustainable development goals. 4- Develop plans and programs that aim to transform society into a society that deals with criticism, into a non-cash society and into an information society, so that plans and strategies for economic and social development are produced while working to achieve sustainable development goals. 5- Preparing national policies and strategies consistent with the plans of the monetary authority in management, supervision and control, and in coordination with information and communication technology. * Economic and banking consultant Views 94 Date Added 10/25/2021
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  22. Guterres: 40% of humanity cannot afford healthy food October 15, 2021 31 views0 Byiraqi news Follow - up / announced that the Secretary - General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres on Friday that about 3 billion people, or about 40% of the planet 's population, can not afford the cost of a healthy diet. Guterres said in a video address on the occasion of World Food Day, that “40% of humanity cannot afford a healthy diet, which is equivalent to 3 billion people. Hunger is increasing. The number of people suffering from malnutrition and obesity is increasing.” Guterres indicated that the situation in this area has seriously deteriorated due to the Corona pandemic and the economic issues it caused, adding that about 140 million people in the world suffer from food shortages. “At the same time, the methods we use to grow, eat and remove food put a heavy burden on our planet. It creates an unprecedented burden on our resources, our climate and our environment, and costs us trillions of dollars.”
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  23. She [The fat lady] may not be singing, but she sure is dancing. Iraq wants to co-mingle withinternational banks... [Post 2 of 2].. The fat lady has been dancing for years. That B**ch should be the size of a ballerina by now.
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  24. Planning and experts downplay the importance of the World Food Program report Monday 25 October 2021 194 Baghdad: Shaima Rashid The Ministry of Planning and economic experts downplayed the importance of a report issued by the World Food Program that ranked Iraq among the hungriest countries in the world, and indicated that the aforementioned report was "unrealistic." Economic expert Hazem Hadi told Al-Sabah: "The Central Bank was able to achieve very large reserves and provide loans to citizens, whether in the field of housing, employment, or small and even large projects, and these will certainly contribute to raising the income of citizens and the total income of Iraq." He added that "some people take a bad position from Iraq, but things are on the way to improvement and a large surplus in the process of selling oil," noting that "the issue of high oil prices is subject to an economic and political theory, as the economy says that any reform of the economic situation of any country must To take into account the exchange rates of the local currency, thus changing the exchange rate contributed greatly to the formation of the reserve at the Central Bank and will contribute significantly to reducing imports from abroad, especially since these neighboring countries of Iraq from which it imports goods and services have deliberately changed the exchange rate of their currency and this It will contribute to the goods being cheap," and he indicated that "the surplus could contribute to achieving development, operating factories and reducing unemployment, which bodes well for achieving a kind of well-off life for future generations." For its part, the Iraqi Ministry of Planning commented on the UN report, saying: “Iraq has not faced a food crisis that could cause a threat of hunger to vulnerable groups in society, even during the height of the spread of the Corona pandemic, in which many countries witnessed food crises, due to government measures that It contributed to the provision of foodstuffs, whether locally produced or imported, as well as social solidarity.” She added that "the government has taken a number of measures, including supporting the social protection network, securing ration card materials, and distributing emergency financial grants among those affected by the pandemic, with the aim of helping them face emergency conditions."
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  28. Baghdad comments on an international report that listed Iraq among the most hungry countries in the world 2021-10-24 07:24 Shafaq News / The Iraqi Ministry of Planning commented, on Sunday, on an international report that listed Iraq among the hungriest countries in the world, stressing that they are unrealistic indicators. A report attributed to the World Food Program at the United Nations ranked Iraq among the seven most hungry countries in the world, and that a third of the Iraqi people sleep hungry, along with very poor countries, such as Somalia, Madagascar, Congo and others. The ministry explained in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, that "Iraq did not face a food crisis that could cause a threat of hunger to vulnerable groups in society, even during the height of the spread of the Corona pandemic, in which many countries witnessed food crises, due to government measures that contributed to providing Food, whether locally produced or imported, in addition to social solidarity. She added, "The government has taken a number of measures, including supporting the social protection network, securing ration card materials, and distributing an emergency financial grant to those affected by the pandemic, with the aim of helping them face emergency conditions." The ministry indicated that "talking about a third of Iraqis being hungry is contrary to reality, because the rate of food fragility in Iraq is less than 2% of the total population, and this percentage increased after the waves of displacement in 2014." And she added, "The poverty rate in 2020 rose to 31%, and this does not mean that this percentage represents the hungry population at all, but this falls within the framework of what is known as "multidimensional poverty", which includes health, education, housing, and income, and the percentage increased as a result of the Corona pandemic. And its economic repercussions,” noting that “the total percentage of families that receive the ration is 95%.” The Iraqi Ministry of Planning pointed out that "the indicators it adopts are extracted from the statistical surveys carried out by the Central Bureau of Statistics in accordance with the global standards approved by the United Nations." The ministry concluded by saying, "The indicators referred to in the report attributed to the World Food Program are unrealistic, and are not based on the indicators adopted by the Ministry of Planning, as it is not possible in any way to compare the food and living situation of the Iraqi people with countries that are already suffering from severe famine. Iraq is not hungry."
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  29. Hey Breitling, Just wonder, did the minister of finance really write a letter to the IMF about getting the rate back to $3.25? Is there a source/ link to back it up? I would love to read it.
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  30. Was going to watch the video until I looked her up! Wow she is a doozy! Obviously she is the clickbait Queen! https://www.politifact.com/personalities/candace-owens/
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