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  4. Posted on 20 January 2012. Tags: gdp, Growth, World Bank Iraq to Grow 36% in Three Years The World Bank says it expects Iraq’s gross domestic product (GDP) to grow by 12.6 percent in 2012, and 10.2 percent in 2013, following a growth of 9.6 percent last year. If achieved, this would give a compound growth of 36 percent in just three years. This follows a downward revision of growth expectations for the world as a whole, with the global economy expected to expand 2.5 and 3.1 percent in 2012 and 2013 (3.4 and 4 percent when calculated using purchasing power parity weights), versus the 3.6 percent projected in June for both years. Bespoke Market Intelligence from US Embassy Afren To Acquire 20% Interest In Ain Sifni Production Sharing Contract – The Agreement with KRG to Allow Afren’s Entry into Iraq – Deal Analysis From GlobalData Continued Business Risks Prompt Mellower Terms for the Upcoming Oil and Gas Auctions in Iraq Perspectives on Iraqʼs Private Banks: Growth, Consolidation and Outlook Iraq Power Market Outlook to 2030 – Market Trends, Regulation and Competitive Landscape Iraq Tagged: ‘ Middle Income Fragile Country’ Anbar Province – ‘Field guide for investors’ by Dunia Frontier Consultants New Report on Investment in Iraq Detailed New Briefing Paper on Iraq Middle East Country Risk Report
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  6. just read this no bashing just tryin Iraqi Dinar Under Attack Posted on 12 January 2012. Tags: dinar, IQD, iraqi dinar, re-denomination, re-valuation, Redenomination, revaluation The Iraqi Central Bank (ICB) said it’s under a “currency attack” as traders buy U.S. dollars in daily auctions and resell them on the black market in Syria and Iran, which face hard currency shortages due to sanctions, according to a report from Bloomberg. Demand for the dollar at the central bank auctions has risen since November to about $200 – $300 million a day, compared with about $160 million per day over the prior 12 months, the deputy central bank governor, Mudher Salih, said in an interview. He added, “now we are checking the applications to buy dollars from the auctions more closely. We are afraid that some of it may be related to money laundering. We are now under a currency attack because of the regional situation.” U.S. Treasury Undersecretary David Cohen said on 1st December that Iranians are having trouble accessing foreign currencies due to the plunge in the value of the rial following sanctions. Syria, Iran’s regional ally, has also come under greater sanctions from the U.S., Europe and some Arab countries over a violent crackdown on pro-reform protests. A European oil embargo is affecting Syria’s revenues and giving the state far less access to foreign exchange, David Butter, regional head for the Middle East at the Economist Intelligence Unit, said last month. Pages: 1 2 Posted in Banking & Finance1 Comment Opportunity Iraq Seminar Opportunity Iraq Seminar Posted on 12 January 2012. Tags: AAIB, Aberdeen, Anglo Arab Insurance Brokers, upper quartile Businesses considering entering the Iraqi market are being offered a second free seminar, to explore further the considerations for operating in Iraq. The second of a series of “Opportunity Iraq” seminars is being delivered by Upper Quartile as part of Aberdeen City Council’s international trade and investment team’s support services. This will deal with the commercial aspects of managing and building a commercial operation in Iraq and in particularly Basra. The Seminar will be held in Marischal College on Friday 27 January, with presentations commencing at 2pm and concluding by 5pm. Presenters include representatives from AAIB Insurance, who offer specialist insurance in high-risk markets; Blue Hackle, who offer security in Iraq and an Iraqi national whose business helps foreign companies set up in Iraq. Companies attending the seminar will have the opportunity to discuss specific issues relating to their business with the speakers, representatives of both Upper Quartile and Aberdeen City Council. Please click here to download futher details and agenda. Posted in 'Your Country' - United Kingdom, Banking & Finance, Construction & Engineering, Industry & Trade, Oil & Gas0 Comments 2nd Middle East Energy Insurance Forum 2nd Middle East Energy Insurance Forum Posted on 11 January 2012. Tags: C5, Energy Insurance Forum Insurance solutions to address and cover the risks and exposures in oil and gas exploration & production. Tuesday, February 14 to Wednesday, February 15, 2012 Hilton Jumeirah Hotel, Dubai With recent political unrest in the Middle East facilitating a spike in oil prices, the growth in energy projects is set to continue unabated with the Arab Petroleum Investment Corporation predicting $530 billion in investment over the next 5 years. However, as projects become increasingly ambitious and ever greater in size and scope, there are a number of technical challenges and risks which need to be clearly understood by both risk managers and their insurers in order to prevent significant losses. Expert insights, advice and guidance on the hottest issues affecting the Middle East energy insurance market: Gain exclusive insights on the current risks, potential losses and exposures for insurers arising from large scale construction projects in Iraq and Saudi Arabia Hear leading risk managers from the region discuss their concerns as well as their considerations when purchasing insurance Understand how international reinsurance market capacity will affect the regional market and what the opportunities are for regional reinsurers over the coming year Get the latest statistics and analysis on energy claims including attritional losses and its affect on policy margins Hear how the events of the Arab Spring have impacted upon existing and future projects and underwriting in the MENA region For further information, please contact Toby Hartley on t.hartley@c5-online.com or visit www.c5-online.com/energyinsurance Take advantage of your Iraq Business News relationship by registering with a 10% discount now. Register HERE and quote Priority Service Code 657I12-IBN Posted in Banking & Finance, Industry & Trade, Oil & Gas0 Comments Warka Bank enters Djibouti Market Warka Bank enters Djibouti Market Posted on 11 January 2012. Tags: Warka Bank President Ismail Omar Guelleh recently inaugurated the first subsidiary of Iraq-based Warka Bank for Investment and Finance (BWAI) in Djibouti to offer full range of banking services. The ceremony was attended by the Prime Minister Dileita Mohamed Dileita, Mr. Hichem Ben Turkia, who is Warka Bank representative, several members of government, as well as ambassadors and representatives of diplomatic corps accredited to Djibouti and representatives of international organizations. Established in 1999 in the Iraqi capital, Warka Bank for Investment and Finance now has branches in Jordan and Lebanon and is one of Iraq’s biggest private banks. The entry of BWAI has risen the number of private banks operating in the country to a dozen. It plans to offer facilities such as transferring remittances, credit cards, personal loans, long-term finance, trade finance, structured finance and investment. The Chief of Djibouti’s central bank, Mr. Jama Mohamoud Haid, who was also present for the occasion said this event highlighted Djibouti’s rapidly growing economy. “This second ribbon cutting ceremony of a banking institution in the space of two weeks demonstrates the vitality of the sector particularly financial and our economy in general,” he said. He further stressed that the bank will place Djibouti in a more favorable economic position in the region and help strengthen trade relations with the Arab world. He said the central bank was providing the right environment for private banks to thrive. “I can assure you Mr. President, the local banks tell me that their goal is also to play an important economic contribution to the creation of national wealth. And therefore , to improve the lives of our citizens the central bank of Djibouti is committed to motivate and support them in this will,” he said. He urged international investors to take advantage of Djibouti’s position as a stable and leading regional financial, trade and transport hub. Appealing to foreign investors, he said, “a strong and stable currency, political stability, Geo-strategic position open to the outside world, a telecommunications system performance, and finally the existence of a port structure in the potential.” “We hope that the arrival of Warka Bank in the financial Djibouti will contribute to further transform the banking landscape, making it more competitive by introducing a wider range of financial products and services, while respecting international law and regulations of the Central Bank of Djibouti which has continued to support us and advice, “he said finally. (Source: Somaliland Press) Posted in Banking & Finance1 Comment DFC Iraq Market Tracker DFC Iraq Market Tracker Posted on 10 January 2012. Tags: DFC Market Tracker, DNO, Dunia Frontier Consultants, Exxon, Genel Energy, Gulf Keystone, WesternZagros Advertising Feature Iraq Business News is delighted to bring you the latest Market Tracker report from Dunia Frontier Consultants. In This Report: Companies Mentioned: DNO, Exxon, Genel Energy, Gulf Keystone, WesternZagros Action Calls Maliki on way to de facto majority government Stability in government, but watch Kurds for Exxon, future of oil in both Kurdistan and Iraq. Genel Energy to buy Longford’s Chia Surkh oil stake Genel continues consolidation drive in Kurdistan. Exxon payments deliberately delayed? Distraction. Don’t watch this – watch Kurds and Maliki. Headlines Confusion surrounding Issawi “assassination attempt” Maliki not likely behind this. Unfortunately, just de rigueur in Anbar. Multiple explosions rock Baghdad Unfortunately, not unexpected: recent uptick in violence explainable as annual attack on Shiites during Ashura and Arbaeen. Calendar January – Kurdish statements, continuing Maliki cabinet appointments Watch the noise coming out of Erbil for an indication of how the Kurds’ discussion with Maliki’s government over regional rights is shaping up. This will be the prime indicator of the future of Kurdish autonomy over oil and territory, and therefore the future of oil contracts within Kurdistan and Iraq in general. Secondly, with the parliamentary crisis subsiding, look for Maliki to clean up his cabinet with appointments moving his rivals out of, and his allies into, key roles. However, don’t expect a walkover for him, as the Sadrists’ turning down Finance in favor of the existing Minister (and sometime Iraqiya PM) Issawi indicates that Maliki is being watched by his coalition in these appointments. (Which by the way is a good sign for the maintenance of plurality and minority rights in Iraqi government.) Please click here to download the full report free of charge. If you would like to sign up for a weekly email version of this newsletter please send an email to kyle.stelma@dfcinternational.com. Posted in DFC Market Tracker, Investment0 Comments “Iraq infinity” Posted on 04 January 2012. Tags: Al Jazeera, Entreprenuership, Ideas sYnergy, Iraq, TEDxBaghdad, Youth By T. Keyzom Ngodup, co-founder at Ideas sYnergy. Ideas sYnergy is Iraq’s first multiple bottom line advisory company committed to inclusive economic and social development through market-based solutions that help build and scale youth-driven innovative ideas for social change. Hamada Zahawi’s article on Al Jazeera writes about the TEDxBaghdad conference in Baghdad that focused on hope. A hope that Iraqis may pass on a great Iraq to their children. Central to this hope is TEDxBaghdad’s goal to galvanize and re-engage Iraq’s scattered and highly educated diaspora to provide invaluable mentorship, training, opportunities and inspiration to Iraq’s youth. TEDx Baghdad supports ‘ideas worth spreading’ and aims to provide a stage for the ideas to spark deep discussions and foster innovation. Iraq’s youth do not have a voice in driving their country’s future. Although the youth overcame fear of bomb blasts during the 2011 demonstrations, everyone thought everyone else was a government intelligence agent, inciting paranoia in citizenry. It is thus concluded that Iraq’s youth do not have the avenue/forum through which to participate in Iraq’s future. Iraqis are inherently entrepreneurial. My last post showcased some of the daring young entrepreneurs. There are others applying for Echoing Green innovation fellowship, a linkage Ideas sYnergy is facilitating. . Many open a coffee shop, a restaurant, a computer servicing company, or a salon while at university or even right after 12th grade. Most of the ideas are not revolutionary but they are an indication that a revolution is brewing at bay. Our success as Iraqis and stakeholders in Iraq will be measured by our ability to create dynamic, supportive and empowering entrepreneurship ecosystems for the Iraqi youth. By T. Keyzom Ngodup, co-founder at Ideas sYnergy. Ideas sYnergy is Iraq’s first multiple bottom line advisory company committed to inclusive economic and social development through market-based solutions that help build and scale youth-driven innovative ideas for social change. Posted in Keyzom Ngodup0 Comments Dar Es Salaam Sells Insurance Unit Dar Es Salaam Sells Insurance Unit Posted on 04 January 2012. Tags: banking, Dar Es Salaam Bank, Gulf Insurance Company, HSBC, Insurance Dar Es Salaam Investment Bank, a 70.1% owned subsidiary of HSBC Asia Holdings BV, has sold its 19.465% equity interest in Iraqi insurance company Dar Es Salaam Insurance to Gulf Insurance Company for a cash consideration of IQD1.557bn (approximately US$1.33m). The sale took place on 18 December 2011 and represents the disposal of a non-core investment by HSBC. (Source: HSBC) Posted in Banking & Finance0 Comments KRG granted 1,500 Agricultural Loans in 2011 KRG granted 1,500 Agricultural Loans in 2011 Posted on 03 January 2012. Tags: agricultural loans, KRG, Loans The Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) gave loans to almost 1,500 individual projects in 2011, reports AKnews. Nuri Ismael, The Ministry’s loans and marketing director, told the news agency that the agricultural banks in Sulaimaniya, Erbil, and Duhok provinces as well as Garmiyan area have given a total of 57.465 billion IQD (almost $49m) as loans to 1,498 projects. The official did not provide any figures for comparison with the previous years. Currently the maximum loan is 100 million IQD ($85,000 USD), to be repaid in installments, but Ismael added that the Ministry of Finance and Economics has decided to raise the maximum loan to 150m IQD ($127,500 USD). “But we will try to issue new instructions for obtaining the loans so that more farmers can benefit from them,” he added. Agriculture Minister Jamil Suleiman told AKnews in December that the Ministry will hold a conference in January to reconsider and improve agricultural loans which in the past few years have boosted the sector. At the conference, the minister added, agricultural directors and the director-generals of the agricultural banks will recommend more productive methods for boosting agriculture in the region by utilising these loans. Three years ago the Ministry announced a five year strategic plan which aims at regional self-sufficiency in vegetables, grains, diary and meat by end of 2013. (Source: AKnews) Posted in Agriculture, Banking & Finance0 Comments Older Entries » Advert IBN Newsletter 'FREE Weekly Subscription' Email: EIMEF Follow our expert Bloggers Dr. Mark A. DeWeaver Dr. Mark A. DeWeaver Iraqi Banking’s Great Leap Forward Ahmed Mousa Jiyad Ahmed Mousa Jiyad Federal Oil and Gas Law:... Lisa Knight Lisa Knight Brand Iraq and the Arab Spring Keyzom Ngodup Keyzom Ngodup “Iraq infinity” John F Drake John F Drake Deterioration Ahead of the Pullout Popular Latest Comments Tags RSS Feed History’s lesson for the dinar History’s lesson for the dinar Iraqi Dinar Revaluation Enthusiasts are Unaware of Bernie Madoff’s Fame Iraqi Dinar Revaluation Enthusiasts are Unaware of Bernie Madoff’s Fame New Report on Investment in Iraq New Report on Investment in Iraq Iraq Central Bank ‘To remove 3 Zeroes from Dinar” Iraq Central Bank ‘To remove 3 Zeroes from Dinar” Redenomination and the <em>Spinal Tap</em> fallacy Redenomination and the Spinal Tap fallacy Ad Ad AAIB Libya Business News http://www.iraq-businessnews.com second part Rising demand for dollars “is affecting our dollar-sale auction,” Salih said. “This isn’t in the interest of the Iraqi economy and it will suck foreign currency reserves … A lot of money in dollars and also deposits which are supposed to be invested in Iraq are being exchanged to U.S. dollars to fund the trade in neighboring countries.” Foreign exchange reserves in Iraq, holder of the world’s fifth-largest crude deposits, touched $60 billion this year, the most in its history, he said. Salih added that the central bank will cut three digits from the currency in 2013, reversing a policy it introduced in the 1980s to address the government’s budget deficit. The yield on the country’s six-month treasury bills fell 1.1 percentage points to 8.2 percent at the last auction on Dec. 13, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, the lowest yield since August 2010. With yields above 8 percent, Iraq has no plan to issue sovereign bonds this year, the deputy governor said.
  7. i was told vnd and showed this why is this all zeros thanks ng? See the Yahoo! Finance Currency Trading Center. More On VNDUSD=X Quotes Summary Charts Interactive Basic Chart News & Info Headlines VND/USD (VNDUSD=X) -CCY 0.00 Up 0.00(0.02%) Jan 13 Add to Portfolio Prev Close: 0.0000 Open: 0.0000 Bid: 0.00 Ask: 0.00 Day's Range: 0.00 - 0.00 52wk Range: 0.0001 - 0.0001 http://finance.yahoo.com
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  9. Iraq's central bank said it's under a "currency attack" as traders buy U.S. dollars in daily auctions and resell them on the black market in Syria and Iran, which face hard currency shortages due to sanctions, Bloomberg reported. Demand for the greenback at the central bank auctions has risen since November to about $200 million to $300 million a day, compared with about $160 million in the prior 12 months, the deputy central bank governor, Mudher Salih, said in an interview in Baghdad on Jan. 10. "Now we are checking the applications to buy dollars from the auctions more closely. We are afraid that some of it may be related to money laundering," Salih said. "We are now under a currency attack because of the regional situation." Iranians are having trouble accessing foreign currencies due to the rial's plunge. The Iranian currency weakened this year after the U.S. and allies prepared for further sanctions that may include an oil embargo, the state-run Mehr news agency reported on Jan. 2. The allies accuse Iran of a covert plan to build nuclear weapons, a charge Iran's government denies. Rising demand for dollars "is affecting our dollar-sale auction," Salih said. "This isn't in the interest of the Iraqi economy and it will suck foreign currency reserves." Foreign exchange reserves in Iraq, holder of the world's fifth-largest crude deposits, touched $60 billion this year, the most in its history, he said. "A lot of money in dollars and also deposits which are supposed to be invested in Iraq are being exchanged to U.S. dollars to fund the trade in neighboring countries," Salih added. Iraq's revenue is on the rise after crude oil production jumped to the highest in at least 20 years, or more than 3 million barrels a day, deputy prime minister for energy affairs Hussain Al Shahristani said last month. The country, which unveiled a 2012 federal spending plan of almost $100 billion in December, is seeking foreign investment and expertise boost energy exports and rebuild an economy and infrastructure destroyed by conflict, economic sanctions and sabotage. "The country will reduce its budget deficit to 11 percent of economic output this year from 14 percent in 2011," Salih said. In 2013, the Central Bank will cut three digits from the currency, reversing a policy it introduced in the 1980s to address the government's budget deficit. The yield on the country's six-month treasury bills fell 110 basis points, or 1.1 percentage points, to 8.2 percent at the last auction on Dec. 13, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That was the lowest yield since August 2010. Iraq plans to reduce international debt to $38 billion in 2012 from $40 billion last year and $135 billion in 2003, Salih said. It owes between $23 billion and $25 billion of this total to Persian Gulf countries Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar, he said, adding Algeria had written off a debt two months ago. With yields above 8 percent, Iraq has no plan to issue sovereign bonds this year, the deputy governor said. Iraq last sold $2.7 billion of bonds six years ago to restructure debt accumulated during the era of former President Saddam Hussein, who was ousted from power by a U.S.-led military invasion in 2003. The last U.S. combat troops left Iraq in December. www.turkishweekly.net
  10. January 10, 2012 Stephanie Ho | Beijing In-Depth Coverage U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is on a two-day visit to China, where he is expected to discuss U.S. sanctions against Iran and the huge imbalance in China-U.S. trade. Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan is hosting Geithner for a dinner in Beijing Tuesday, followed by a day of meetings with Chinese officials on Wednesday. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin says the two sides will exchange views on economic relations as well as the global financial landscape. He says the two countries agree on establishing a cooperative partnership based on mutual respect and mutual benefit. He adds that Sino-American cooperation is needed to tackle what he describes as “grave” global economic challenges. Geithner's visit comes as China released trade figures Tuesday that show its overall trade surplus shrank more than 14 percent - from $183 billion in 2010 to $155 billion in 2011. China has been accused of purposely keeping the value of its currency low to help its exports. But Hong Kong University visiting public administration professor Alejandro Reyes says China's shrinking trade deficit may help weaken the arguments of critics in the United States who urge Beijing to revalue its currency. “The administration has resisted naming China as a currency manipulator and there are signs, although there is a lot of rhetoric about trade surplus, a little 'bit of the wind in the sails' of the argument against China has come down because the trade surplus itself has come down,” Reyes said. Another issue in Geithner's talks is America's efforts to persuade other countries to support sanctions targeting Iran's oil profits. The United States and European Union believe Iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons and they have been tightening sanctions in a bid to stop its suspect activities. Tehran says its nuclear program is strictly for peaceful purposes. China did not veto United Nations sanctions against Iran, but has expressed its opposition to the much tougher U.S. sanctions. Beijing says domestic laws should not over-ride international laws, in the form of already existing U.N. sanctions against Iran. Reyes says China does not want to be seen as being pushed to do something by the United States, and would rather play some kind of behind-the-scenes role. “How much leverage they [China] have is a good question, but it is an important question," Reyes said. "But I can see where if the United States plays this card, the Iran card, plays it hard and the European Union is also there, that China could sort of stiffen its resolve and there could be kind of bad blood that emerges from that.” Although China is Iran's top oil customer, there are reports that it has already reduced its purchases of Iranian crude in the past month because of a dispute over prices. Meanwhile, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao is leaving Beijing Saturday for a trip to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar - three key oil and gas suppliers. The Chinese leader also is set to attend the Fifth World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi next week. http://www.globalsecurity.org
  11. yup its true heard it on the news 1st part of the week
  12. MY FRIEND KELLY. KEEPS SAYING SHE WILL BE RICH ONE DAY. AND HAS TOLD ALOT THAT SO I WATCH AND READ TO SEE WHAT IS GOING. THEN WHEN WE TALK I ASK HER WHAT IS GOING ON AND SHE TELLS ME SOME OF THE SAME STUFF ON HERE. SHE TOLD ME TO GO TO INTERNET AND TYPE IN DINAR AND PICK A CHAT. SO I DID.. SHE LISTEN TO SOME PTR SOMETHING LIKE THAT BUT I CANT GET IN THERE. I HVE TO REASON TO LIE... SEE HOW THINGS GET READ IN TOO.. IM NOT BEING MEAN OR ANYTHING.. ITS ALWAYS A QUESTION. OF HONESTY.. IS THE WAY I FEEL..
  13. YEAH I DONT TRUST HIM TO GET A WAR STARTED. JUST SO HE CAN STAY IN
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