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  1. Al-Hankal reviews the work of the Hamorabi Bank Banks Economy News _ Baghdad The President of the Association of Iraqi Private Banks, Wadih al-Hantal, visited on Wednesday the Hamorabi Bank to view the work of the bank and follow up the obstacles facing it. The delegation included the Economic and Banking Advisor of the Association of Iraqi Private Banks Samir Al Nusairi. A source in the Association of Iraqi Private Banks told "Economy News" that "the delegation of the Association held a meeting with the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Hamorabi Bank, Dr. Majid Al-Soury and the Commissioner of the bank. During the meeting were discussed the obstacles facing the work of the bank and find possible solutions to overcome them. He added that "the Association will continue within the plan for the year 2019 to support Iraqi private banks through cooperation with the Central Bank of Iraq." Views 27 Date Added 02/20/2019
  2. Janet Yellen: It is difficult to prevent China from manipulating its currency February 20, 2019 12:28 PM Former US Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen said Washington's ban on Beijing from manipulating its currency could be more difficult than US trade negotiators have imagined. Press reports said yesterday that Washington was seeking a pledge from China not to devalue the yuan as part of their joint trade deal. "Some of the tools used by central bank officials to stabilize their economy ultimately weaken their exchange rate," she said on Tuesday, on the sidelines of a conference. The president of the Federal Reserve, whose term expired in February, said it was really difficult to say whether central bank officials were manipulating currency or good monetary policy. The former Federal President explained that monetary policy has a systemic effect on the exchange rate of the nation's currency, "yet I think it is a broad agreement that this must be available for use for national purposes." Janet Yellen therefore stresses that they should be careful not to define local monetary policy tools as currency manipulation. The United States itself was accused of manipulating its currency in the post-Great Depression period when it engaged in large bond purchases, Yelen said.
  3. The Kuwaiti Minister of Trade from Baghdad: Our visit is aimed at resolving all trade obstacles with Iraq 01:30 - 20/02/2019 Baghdad - Kuwait's Minister of Trade and Industry Khalid Al-Roudhan said on Wednesday that his visit to Iraq aims to resolve all obstacles to activating trade between the two countries and moving them to good levels. "Iraq today, after its victory over terrorism, seeks to develop its economy," Minister Al-Roudhan said in a speech during an official talks with his Iraqi counterpart, Mohammed al-Ani, in the presence of senior officials from the two ministries. He added that "cooperation with Kuwait in this Stage that would benefit both parties. " "The level of trade between the two countries currently does not rise to the level of the developed relations between them and must be upgraded and developed." The Kuwaiti minister, He also noted that "the presence of many obstacles to the development of trade movement," stressing that his visit "today reflects a sincere desire to resolve all these obstacles." He said that his visit would "witness meetings with several competent governmental bodies and the Iraqi private sector. Representatives from the Kuwaiti private sector will meet with their Iraqi counterparts." The two countries have a golden opportunity to increase the volume of trade exchange and achieve a good partnership between them. On Wednesday, Kuwait's Minister of Trade and Industry Khaled Al-Rawdan arrived in the Iraqi capital Baghdad for a two-day official visit to meet with senior Iraqi officials to discuss ways of developing trade relations between the two countries.
  4. Baghdad wants to expand the free zone between Iraq and Kuwait similar to that with Jordan 01:26 - 20/02/2019 BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Trade Minister Mohammed al-Ani said on Wednesday that Iraq wants to expand the free zone into a joint industrial zone, similar to the one recently opened between Iraq and Jordan. "Visiting the Kuwaiti delegation today will break the stalemate in trade relations between the two countries and elevate them to higher levels," Al-Ani said in a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) on the sidelines of his reception with Kuwait's Minister of Commerce and Industry Khaled Al-Rowdan. "Iraq welcomes the idea of establishing a free zone between the two countries because it will add many citizens to the two countries and enhance trade cooperation between them," Al Ani said, "likely to reach smooth agreements in this regard." He expressed Iraq's desire to "expand the free zone into a joint industrial zone, similar to the one recently opened between Iraq and Jordan," adding that "an important principle in the relationship between the two countries is the existence of a joint industry." Kuwaiti Minister of Trade and Industry Khalid Al-Roudhan arrived in Baghdad on Monday for a two-day official visit to meet with senior Iraqi officials to discuss ways of developing trade relations between the two countries.
  5. Kuwaiti Minister of Trade reveals eight economic files to cooperate with Iraq 02:59 - 20/02/2019 BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi Trade Minister Mohammad Hashim al-Ani unveiled on Wednesday the main points of the meeting with his Kuwaiti counterpart. The Kuwaiti Minister of Trade and Industry revealed eight economic files to be presented to the Iraqi side during the meetings. "We value this visit, which comes to break the gap between the two countries, to restore trade and economic relations and to raise the level of trade exchange," Al-Ani told a news conference with Kuwaiti Minister of Trade and Industry Khalid Al-Rawdan. He stressed that "the visit aims to establish a clear picture of the agreements between the two countries after the opening of Iraq to the world and its openness to the free market, which is the goal of the Iraqi government and translated by its program to increase the volume of exchange between the countries of the world and Kuwait. For his part, the Kuwaiti minister pointed out that "there is a sincere and genuine desire to open new horizons for cooperation and raise the level of economic relations in various sectors between the two countries." He stressed that "Kuwait has every potential to create opportunities and partnerships with Iraq." Al-Roudhan revealed his government's desire to "overcome all obstacles and resolve all issues and create investment opportunities in Iraq and Kuwait." He added that "the most important topics to be raised by the Kuwaiti side to discuss them are the establishment of an area for trade exchange and develop the port of Safwan and the development of trade between Iraq and Kuwait, and agree on the mechanisms of development and the introduction of areas of cooperation in various fields, as well as the activation of measures and increase the volume of trade exchange and create investment opportunities" . He said, "Iraq passed through the circumstances and events exhausted a lot of energies and time, but recovered and won and liberated the territory of the worst gangs." "The delegation will hold meetings with the three presidencies and hold joint meetings with the Iraqi private sector, businessmen and presidents of the federations," the statement said. "The delegation includes several sectors operating in many fields."
  6. Presidency of the Parliament: the amendment of the law of parties will be a turning point in the democratic process in Iraq 04:07 - 20/02/2019 Presidency of the Parliament: the amendment of the law of parties will be a turning point in the democratic process in Iraq
  7. Secretary-General of the United Nations intends to visit Iraq 04:02 - 20/02/2019 BAGHDAD (Reuters) - UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterich is interested in pursuing Iraq and his desire to visit Baghdad, UNAMI chief of staff Jenin Henness Blachkart said on Wednesday. In a statement on the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, "Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim met Balashkart to discuss the overall political developments in the Iraqi arena and the efforts of the United Nations in support of Iraq." He added: "The two sides discussed joint cooperation in the field of clearance of mines and explosives from Iraqi territory," noting that "Hakim reviewed the efforts of Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi in the fight against corruption, including the formation of the Supreme Council to combat corruption." The statement pointed out that "Blachkart reviewed the activity of the mission in Iraq since taking office, and meetings with Iraqi officials and the supreme religious authority Ali al-Sistani." According to the statement, "Blachkart praised the ability of the population of the city of Mosul to overcome the ordeal they suffered as a result of its occupation of the gangs of the Daash terrorist."
  8. National retreat from its previous agreements with the Democratic on the formation of the Kurdistan government 12:12 - 20/02/2019 BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) announced on Wednesday that it was backtracking on its agreements with the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) on the formation of the new Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), adding that it would start a new round of negotiations. "The party will enter a new round of negotiations after the election of the Kurdistan parliament and the ensuing events," said party spokesman Shaykh Latif Sheikh Omar for a number of media following an expanded meeting of the political bureau of the National Union, including Mawazine News. "He said. He added that "when negotiations on positions again we will have another talk and a different position from the previous round." Sheikh Omar pointed out that "the stage we are going through a new stage, especially after the selection of the speaker of parliament without the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan," explaining that "we will have a different proposal regarding presidencies during the rounds of the next negotiations."
  9. The meeting of the heads of blocs in the parliament of Kurdistan ended without a result 08:10 - 19/02/2019 Baghdad - Mawazin News The meeting of heads of blocs in the parliament of Kurdistan, which was held earlier in the day, ended without any result to determine the legal committee of the parliament. "The identification of the president, deputy and members of the committees will not take place without the National Union, and the leaders of the blocs have reached the conviction that the error committed in the parliament on Monday should not be repeated," the PUK media quoted a source as saying. He added that "without the consent and participation of the National Union in parliament will not be possible to form parliamentary committees within the parliament of Kurdistan."
  10. 20-02-2019 11:03 AM Washington: We have invited 50 US companies to invest in Iraq Baghdad BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The US envoy to Iraq, Joe Hood, said Wednesday that his country had invited 50 US companies to invest in Iraq. "The United States has insisted that the elimination of da'is and security alone will not be enough to flourish in Iraq," Hood said at the Fourth International Conference on Counter-Media, which he attended. He explained that "America has invited 50 US companies to invest in Iraq," noting that "this will be in the interest of the United States and Iraq."
  11. 20-02-2019 12:31 PM NATO: We aim to develop a sustainable defense plan against Da'ash in Iraq Baghdad The head of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Iraq, Danny Fortin, said Wednesday that the alliance aims to develop a sustainable defense plan against Da'ash in Iraq. Fortin said in a statement to the correspondent "news" that "the alliance seeks to invest years of experience to have to train and advise the Iraqi forces," noting that "this is in the interest of security in Iraq." "The goal of the alliance is clear and the survival of security stability in Iraq, and we will support the Iraqi Ministry of Defense at the level of human resources and logistics through the provision of training teams."
  12. 20-02-2019 01:29 PM NATO: We aim to train the troops from "foreign - Iraqi" to "Iraqi - Iraqi" Baghdad NATO chief Danny Fortin said Wednesday that the alliance aims to train Iraqi forces "Iraqi-Iraqi" rather than "foreign-Iraqi." Fortin said in a statement to the correspondent "news" that "the NATO forces are advising and advice to Iraqi forces, through workshops and ongoing discussions." "Our teams are working with military schools to provide new plans and strategies for the forces," he said. "The alliance aims to train the troops from a foreigner - an Iraqi to an Iraqi - an Iraqi."
  13. Saleh stresses the importance of following the decisions of the Kuwait Conference for the reconstruction of Iraq Editorial date: 2019/2/20 15:50 • 28 times read (KUNA) - Kuwait's Minister of Trade and Industry Khalid Al-Roudhan and his accompanying delegation stressed on Wednesday the importance of following up what was approved at the Kuwait Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq held in February 2018 and collecting 29.6 billion dollars Dollars. Saleh stressed during the meeting, according to a presidential statement received by the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it, "the need to strengthen trade cooperation between the two countries, and ways to develop it to achieve economic development in the interest of the two friendly peoples." "Iraq has a serious desire to open up to its Arab, regional and international environment in the economic and industrial fields, in order to enhance its status and realize the aspirations of its people. For his part, Minister Al-Roudhan stressed his country's keenness to develop relations with Iraq and the willingness of Kuwaiti companies to invest and rehabilitate infrastructure in its cities. During the meeting, they discussed a number of issues of interest to both countries, stressing the increase in the level of trade and economic exchange, exchange of experiences and joint coordination in all fields
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  15. UNAMI official: Guterich wants to visit Baghdad Release date: 2019/2/20 12:55 • 223 times read The head of the UNAMI mission in Iraq, Genin Henness Blachkart, revealed the interest of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterich in pursuing Iraq's affairs and his desire to visit Baghdad. "Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim met to discuss the political developments taking place in the Iraqi arena and the international efforts in support of Iraq," a foreign ministry statement said. The two sides discussed "the cooperation between the parties in the field of clearing mines and explosives from Iraqi territory, reviewing the efforts of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi in the fight against corruption, including the formation of the Supreme Council to combat corruption." The Foreign Minister pointed out that "there is a state of harmony and agreement between Iraqi politicians, and that the government seeks to strengthen Iraq's relations with the regional environment." For her part, Balashkarat reviewed the activities of the mission in Iraq since it took office, and its meetings with Iraqi officials and allowed the supreme religious authority Imam al-Sayyid al-Sistani, praising the ability of the people of Mosul to overcome the ordeal they suffered as a result of their occupation of terrorist gangs.
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