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Today Iraq Offically Moves To A Market Economy.

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Luigi found this article of interest.

This should lift up our hopes of MR soon.

Although this is a news story...treat as a rumor until verified by multiple sources.

 

3-14-2017   Newshound Guru loop    Article quote:  "today we move from a centralized economy to a market economyWho is saying this? Dr. Mohammed Saleh economic advisor to Prime Minister al - Abadi! BOOM!  ...moving to a true market economy would have to include an internationally recognized currency.  Market Economy = Free Market Economy.  There are currently 180 countries that are ranked from Free to Restricted. Iraq is not listed. Of the 180 list countries how many of them have a currency that is internationally recognized?  All of them. So do you think it is reasonable to theorize that given Saleh's quote "today we move from a centralized economy to a market economy" that with Iraq's move to some form of a market economy that the IQD will have to be internationally recognized as well? I DO!


 

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5 hours ago, MisterNope said:

There will be NO CHANGE IN MONETARY POLICY IN IRAQ THROUGH SUMMER!!
I CALL IT!

 

You keep spouting this, where are you getting your information, please share. If you have no facts your just an agitator! :wacko:

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I don't give to much credit in what this guy posts anymore, I haven't seen any truth to come yet and with his past track record with the :bs: I don't even wait for it anymore.

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5 hours ago, Starrider said:

I don't give to much credit in what this guy posts anymore, I haven't seen any truth to come yet and with his past track record with the :bs: I don't even wait for it anymore.

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Here's the interview:

http://www.alghadpress.com/news/94545/المستشار-الاقتصادي-لرئيس-الوزراء-أي-دولة-لها-علاقة

 

Here are the relevant quotes from Dr. Mohammed Saleh, deputy economic adviser to Prime Minister Abadi:

"...today we move from a centralized economy to a market economy, and for that there must be a sovereign wealth fund internal finances private sector"

"I am optimistic and say that after the liberation of Mosul, there will be a new path of economic reform."

 

"Loop" left out an important part of Saleh's quote, the qualifying clause after the part about moving from a centralized economy to a market economy, and he gave the impression that Saleh was literally talking about TODAY. He also neglected to mention the most important part of the whole interview, that second quote that gives a good time frame for when the implementation of the market economy will take place.  

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Well keep enjoying your Bruce KTFA conference calls, Iraq is nowhere NEAR ready, it's still in ruins.
However have joy in the knowledge that we all will at least triple our money on this thing. SOME DAY.

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3 minutes ago, MisterNope said:

Well keep enjoying your Bruce KTFA conference calls, Iraq is nowhere NEAR ready, it's still in ruins.
However have joy in the knowledge that we all will at least triple our money on this thing. SOME DAY.

Go away and leave the news and conversations to the Intelligent folks here. I  am sure there is some pages in your coloring book that are left you can amuse yourself with.

Sheesh !!!

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22 minutes ago, MisterNope said:

Well keep enjoying your Bruce KTFA conference calls, Iraq is nowhere NEAR ready, it's still in ruins.
However have joy in the knowledge that we all will at least triple our money on this thing. SOME DAY.

Still in ruins? To be sure, the areas retaken from ISIS have clearly taken a beating and some areas are barely functioning at best. However, the other areas in Iraq are functioning and are not in ruins while others are recovering and displaced peoples are returning to their homes. Some of the infrastructure in non ISIS held areas in Iraq is outdated, granted, but the new communication and banking infrastructure is very modern and may well be advanced beyond most, if not all, advanced countries. Hmmm.... if (all) Iraq is in ruins is misconstrued, could, "Iraq is nowhere NEAR ready" also be misconstrued?

Oh, yeah, no one knows the time, date, and rate. Many, like myself, can only watch and anticipate. Unfounded views are, at best, annoying and do not reasonably reflect the current capabilities of Iraq and what Iraq needs to accomplish to be fully integrated internationally for reconstruction, economic robustness, and to avoid a potentially looming crisis of sectarian violence in Iraq that is potentially fueled by outside entities like Iran.

Yepper! Another miscalculation and misstatement from the contrary(ians) at best!

Go Moola Nova!

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1 hour ago, Synopsis said:

Still in ruins? To be sure, the areas retaken from ISIS have clearly taken a beating and some areas are barely functioning at best. However, the other areas in Iraq are functioning and are not in ruins while others are recovering and displaced peoples are returning to their homes. Some of the infrastructure in non ISIS held areas in Iraq is outdated, granted, but the new communication and banking infrastructure is very modern and may well be advanced beyond most, if not all, advanced countries. Hmmm.... if (all) Iraq is in ruins is misconstrued, could, "Iraq is nowhere NEAR ready" also be misconstrued?

Oh, yeah, no one knows the time, date, and rate. Many, like myself, can only watch and anticipate. Unfounded views are, at best, annoying and do not reasonably reflect the current capabilities of Iraq and what Iraq needs to accomplish to be fully integrated internationally for reconstruction, economic robustness, and to avoid a potentially looming crisis of sectarian violence in Iraq that is potentially fueled by outside entities like Iran.

Yepper! Another miscalculation and misstatement from the contrary(ians) at best!

Go Moola Nova!

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Thanks

Nice read

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5 minutes ago, MisterNope said:

Things will happen, just not as soon as you think.

The end.

care to elaborate...or are you just being a noper?

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26 minutes ago, SnowGlobe7 said:

care to elaborate...or are you just being a noper?

Hahaha mister noper 

 

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