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The World Bank revealed on Sunday that Iraq has exceeded the financial coverage of the Arab countries by 11%.
The Bank said in a press statement that “Iraq recently worked with the system of financial inclusion in order to continue the financial and banking progress that the world works today, which reached very advanced levels.”
According to the bank, “Iraq accounts for 11% of the financial system, 15.3% in Sudan, 24.2% in the West Bank and Gaza, 24.6% in Jordan and 27.3% in Tunisia.”
Worldwide, Canada was the world’s most prevalent country with 99.2% prevalence, followed by the UK and Australia with 98.9%, Germany with 98.8%, Japan and France with 96.6%.
Financial coverage, known as financial spread, is the ability of the banking system to provide banking services to the largest number of segments of society at reasonable costs, and can be expressed in several measures, most notably the proportion of individuals over the age of 15 who have bank accounts in the banking system.

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Release date: 2018/2/25 11:02 • 130 times read
World Bank: Iraq is making progress in financial inclusion
{Follow-up: Al-Furat News} The World Bank revealed on Sunday that Iraq exceeded the achievement of financial coverage compared to the Arab countries by 11%.
The Bank said in a press statement that "Iraq recently worked with the system of financial inclusion in order to continue financial and banking progress that the world works today, which reached very advanced levels." 
According to the bank, "Iraq accounts for 11% of the financial system, 15.3% in Sudan, 24.2% in the West Bank and Gaza, 24.6% in Jordan and 27.3% in Tunisia." 
Worldwide, Canada was the world's most prevalent country with 99.2% prevalence, followed by the UK and Australia with 98.9%, Germany with 98.8%, Japan and France with 96.6%.
Financial coverage, known as financial spread, is the ability of the banking system to provide banking services to the largest number of segments of society at reasonable costs, and can be expressed in several measures, most notably the proportion of individuals over the age of 15 who have bank accounts in the banking system.
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33 minutes ago, yota691 said:

Iraq recently worked with the system of financial inclusion in order to continue the financial and banking progress that the world works today, which reached very advanced levels.”

 

19 minutes ago, yota691 said:

Financial coverage, known as financial spread, is the ability of the banking system to provide banking services to the largest number of segments of society at reasonable costs

good read this morning ,  now we wait and see if the banking industry in the world  takes  the dinar back on board for international trading !     ( good  morning  yota !   and hello  coffee !!! )

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Iraq has surpassed 11 percent of the country's financial coverage compared to Arab countries, the World Bank said on Sunday. 
The bank said in a statement, received by "Al-Gharab Press," that "Iraq recently worked with a system of financial inclusion in order to continue the financial and banking progress that the world works today, which reached very advanced levels."
According to the bank, "Iraq accounts for 11% of the financial system, 15.3% in Sudan, 24.2% in the West Bank and Gaza, 24.6% in Jordan and 27.3% in Tunisia." 
In the world, Canada came to the world with 99.2%, followed by the United Kingdom and Australia with 98.9%, Germany with 98.8%, Japan and France with 96.6%. 
Financial coverage, known as financial spread, is the ability of the banking system to provide banking services to the largest number of segments of society at reasonable costs, and can be expressed in several measures, most notably the proportion of individuals over the age of 15 who have bank accounts in the banking system.
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I guess from the stacks of coins  ,  Iraq is the 2nd stack ,   iran the 1st stack  ,  and so on up the ladder of wealth  ( need Iraq to be the 7th  stack , or the  11 th  stack against the dollar  !  :wacko:

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World Bank: Iraq is making progress in financial inclusion

 

 Since 2018-02-25 at 11:02 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad Mawazine News

The World Bank revealed on Sunday that Iraq has exceeded the financial coverage of the Arab countries by 11%.

The Bank said in a statement, "Mawazine News," that "Iraq recently worked with a system of financial inclusion in order to continue financial and banking progress, which works the world today, which reached very advanced levels."

The statement added that "the data showed that Iraq occupies 11% of the deployment of the financial system, while Sudan was 15.3%, in the West Bank and Gaza Strip was 24.2%, in Jordan was 24.6%, and in Tunisia, the rate was 27.3%.

Worldwide, Canada is the world's most popular country with 99.2% prevalence, followed by the United Kingdom and Australia with 98.9%, Germany with 98.8%, Japan and France with 96.6%.

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The answer to making Iraq a market economy is to close the auctions and

everyone knows it. The banks are not really banks in a traditional way. They

loan very little money. All they want to do is collect fees on curentcy exchange.

They biggest reason this does not stop is the fact that the politicians are all

secretly involved with the bankers in this fraud.I don't see the auctions stopping

anytime soon. Remember the bank bail-out in usa. Politicians and bankers will

always WIN citizens LOOSE .

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The World Bank revealed on Sunday that Iraq has exceeded the financial coverage of the Arab countries by 11%.
The Bank said in a press statement that “Iraq recently worked with the system of financial inclusion in order to continue the financial and banking progress that the world works today, which reached very advanced levels.”
According to the bank, “Iraq accounts for 11% of the financial system, 15.3% in Sudan, 24.2% in the West Bank and Gaza, 24.6% in Jordan and 27.3% in Tunisia.”
Worldwide, Canada was the world’s most prevalent country with 99.2% prevalence, followed by the UK and Australia with 98.9%, Germany with 98.8%, Japan and France with 96.6%.
Financial coverage, known as financial spread, is the ability of the banking system to provide banking services to the largest number of segments of society at reasonable costs, and can be expressed in several measures, most notably the proportion of individuals over the age of 15 who have bank accounts in the banking system.

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Secretary General of the House of Representatives meets the delegation of the World Bank in Baghdad

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The Secretary General of the House of Representatives met on Monday 2/4/2018 in his office the delegation of the World Bank on the UNDP provided by them to strengthen the institutions of oversight and accountability in the management of public investments in Iraq.

The proposed technical assistance program comes to complement vigorously the ongoing initiatives of the World Bank and focuses on important accountability institutions to supplement the Bank's other public finance management processes through the Public Financial Management System Modernization Project.

 

http://ar.parliament.iq/2018/04/02/الامين-العام-لمجلس-النواب-يلتقي-وفد-ال/

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Iraq is discussing with the World Bank to help Iraq with real estate finance
 
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Economy News _ Baghdad

The Under Secretary of the Ministry of Construction and Housing, Istbork Al-Thouk, discussed Thursday with the delegation of the World Bank headed by financial adviser to the finance sector, Sayed Mahdi Hassan, prospects for joint cooperation between Iraq and the World Bank in assisting the Iraqi government in housing finance.

The World Bank's contribution to the reconstruction of liberated areas, rehabilitation of infrastructure, reconstruction of damaged bridges and ensuring the return of displaced persons to their areas were discussed, the ministry said in a statement.

He added that the projects implemented by the ministry and the proposed projects have been reviewed and the areas that the World Bank can support to contribute to the reconstruction process as international institutions in support of post-conflict reconstruction plans are the core of the World Bank's mission to seek financial assistance and strategies for developing countries.

He stressed the need for World Bank representatives to put in place close working arrangements for quick results, calling on the World Bank and donors to support institutional development and help build capacity for sustainable development.

On the other hand, Financial Advisor Sayed Hassan presented the World Bank's vision to work in Iraq and its contribution to the development of solutions to reduce financial risks on the state budget by raising the efficiency of the management of housing finance in the field of housing and the development of concessional lending frameworks for citizens affected by conflicts.

According to the statement, it was agreed that the delegation will visit the housing fund and study the possibility of financing the World Bank in the field of expanding lending to citizens, especially in liberated areas. The World Bank can provide expertise to strengthen the governance framework and develop mechanisms to reduce the credit risk within the housing fund and make it sustainable.

 

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The World Bank provides $ 200 million to support social stability in Iraq

More than 1 million families benefit from programs ...

 
 

 06/04/2018 - 12:50

 
 
The World Bank provides $ 200 million to support social stability in Iraq
 

The World Bank Group on Friday approved a $ 200 million emergency stabilization and social stabilization project in Iraq aimed at improving the livelihoods of more than 1 million Iraqis in liberated areas.

The emergency project to support social stability and resilience of citizens, especially those most vulnerable to poverty, will provide cash support, short-term employment opportunities and other forms of social support.

 The project provides cash and employment support to 150,000 families, benefits some 840,000 people and generates about 15 million working days.

The project will also increase access to psychosocial services for more than 150,000 people who will receive mental health services and address the effects of violence against women and mitigate the impact of the psychological and social conflict on the population.

At the same time, the project will support the development of medium-term social safety nets and support for livelihoods through micro and microenterprise financing, which will benefit some 12,000 families.

"This project is vital to ensure that Iraq reconstruction not only rebuilds the traditional infrastructure, but also improves the lives of Iraqis and social stability," said Saroj Kumar Jah, Regional Director, Mashreq Department, World Bank. Individuals and families in order to address the effects of the recent conflict, help communities start economic activity and create more jobs. "

 The project will rely on existing social researchers and existing payment methods, and will mainstream the concept of strong social accountability, citizen engagement and grievance processing mechanisms to build social cohesion, trust and strengthen the relationship between the central government and local governments.

These mechanisms will also take into account aspects of equality between women and men and support for vulnerable and vulnerable groups, which will help address some of the root causes of violence.

The project is part of an integrated package of World Bank support for the reconstruction and development of liberated areas that focuses on infrastructure and social dimensions.

 "The project will support efforts to combat poverty and stabilize the liberated areas ... At the same time, income-generating microfinance programs will provide opportunities for families to resume business activities and create employment opportunities," said Mohammed Shi'a al-Sudani, Iraqi Minister of Labor and Social Affairs. In these areas ».

 The project will also strengthen the capacity of social safety net programs to withstand, in order to enable the Iraqi government to assist poor and vulnerable groups and build resilience to shocks effectively and efficiently.

"One of the key components of this project is to ensure that citizens are able to cope with current and future shocks," said Ghassan Al-Khoja, senior social protection officer at the World Bank in Iraq and head of the project team. The project will improve social safety net programs for 1.2 million families throughout Iraq. It will also allow families to invest in health and education and put an end to inter-generational poverty. "

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Morning Yota and thanks 🙏 

 

The money is really starting to pour into Iraq, the world has more confidence, Corruption being tackled, modern banking system. It’s all good. :twothumbs:

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My concern is, if they are getting money from World Bank, IMF, and other Banks, maybe they won't be in a hurry to RV their currency yet??  I have been in this a long time, and I hope, that eventually, the world would make this bunch of procrastinators stand on their own two feet!!!  JMHO...:crossedfingers:

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Washington, April 5, 2018 – The World Bank Group approved today the Emergency Social Stabilization and Resilience Project (ESSRP), a US$200 million project that aims to improve the livelihoods of over one million Iraqi in liberated areas through the provision of cash, short-term employment, and other means of social support, namely to the most vulnerable. 

As the Government of Iraq (GoI) is moving quickly back into ISIS liberated areas, the ESSRP will support the Government of Iraq in providing social support to the existing populations and returnees within the overall Iraq Social Protection Strategic Roadmap.

It will increase short-term employment and livelihood opportunities, and thus provide 150,000 households with cash for work support, benefiting about 840,000 individuals, and generating about 15,000,000 work days.

The project will also increase access to psychosocial services for more than 150,000 people who will receive mental health and gender based violence assistance services to mitigate the psychological impact of the conflict on the population and would strengthen the systems to expand the provision of social safety nets. At the same time, ESSRP will support the medium-term development of resilient social safety nets and provision of livelihood support, through financing small and micro enterprises benefiting about 12,000 households 

This project is vital for ensuring that rebuilding Iraq is not only about rebuilding brick-and-mortar infrastructure, but also about improving the lives of Iraqis and bringing social stability,” said Saroj Kumar Jha, World Bank Mashreq Regional Director. “This project will support individuals and households to address the impact of the recent conflict and help communities to kick-start economic activity and create more jobs.

The project will leverage existing social workers and payment methods and would also introduce robust social accountability, citizen engagement, and grievance redress mechanisms to build social cohesion, trust, and strengthen the relationship between the central and local governments. These mechanisms will also consider gender aspects and support for vulnerable and marginalized groups, helping to address some of the root causes of violence. The project is part of a full World Bank package of support to the reconstruction and development process in the liberated areas which focus on both the infrastructure and social dimensions. 

The project will support poverty reduction and stabilization in the liberated areas,” said H.E. Mr. Mohammed Shayaa Al-Sudani, Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, “At the same time, income generating microfinance programs will allow households to restart business activities, and to create jobs in these areas.

The project will also strengthen the resilience of social safety net programs to allow the GOI to assist poor/vulnerable groups and build resilience to shocks effectively and efficiently. “One key component of this project is to ensure people can address existing and future shocks. This project will improve social safety net programs for 1.2 million households across Iraq. It will allow households to invest in health and education, to break the intergenerational transfer of poverty” said Ghassan Alkhoja, World Bank Senior Social Protection Specialist and Project Team Leader.

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Over one million households to benefit from social and financial programs across all of Iraq

The World Bank Group approved the Emergency Social Stabilization and Resilience Project (ESSRP), a US$200 million project that aims to improve the livelihoods of over one million Iraqi in liberated areas through the provision of cash, short-term employment, and other means of social support, namely to the most vulnerable.

As the Government of Iraq (GoI) is moving quickly back into ISIS liberated areas, the ESSRP will support the Government of Iraq in providing social support to the existing populations and returnees within the overall Iraq Social Protection Strategic Roadmap.

It will increase short-term employment and livelihood opportunities, and thus provide 150,000 households with cash for work support, benefiting about 840,000 individuals, and generating about 15,000,000 work days.

The project will also increase access to psychosocial services for more than 150,000 people who will receive mental health and gender-based violence assistance services to mitigate the psychological impact of the conflict on the population and would strengthen the systems to expand the provision of social safety nets. At the same time, ESSRP will support the medium-term development of resilient social safety nets and provision of livelihood support, through financing small and micro enterprises benefiting about 12,000 households.

“This project is vital for ensuring that rebuilding Iraq is not only about rebuilding brick-and-mortar infrastructure but also about improving the lives of Iraqis and bringing social stability,” said Saroj Kumar Jha, World Bank Mashreq Regional Director. “This project will support individuals and households to address the impact of the recent conflict and help communities to kick-start economic activity and create more jobs.”

The project will leverage existing social workers and payment methods and would also introduce robust social accountability, citizen engagement, and grievance redress mechanisms to build social cohesion, trust, and strengthen the relationship between the central and local governments. These mechanisms will also consider gender aspects and support for vulnerable and marginalized groups, helping to address some of the root causes of violence. The project is part of a full World Bank package of support to the reconstruction and development process in the liberated areas which focus on both the infrastructure and social dimensions.

“The project will support poverty reduction and stabilization in the liberated areas,” said H.E. Mr. Mohammed Shayaa Al-Sudani, Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, “At the same time, income-generating microfinance programs will allow households to restart business activities, and to create jobs in these areas.”

The project will also strengthen the resilience of social safety net programs to allow the GOI to assist poor/vulnerable groups and build resilience to shocks effectively and efficiently.

“One key component of this project is to ensure people can address existing and future shocks. This project will improve social safety net programs for 1.2 million households across Iraq. It will allow households to invest in health and education, to break the intergenerational transfer of poverty” said Ghassan Alkhoja, World Bank Senior Social Protection Specialist, and Project Team Leader.

Original source: World Bank
Published on 5 April 2018

 
 
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The World Bank on Thursday raised its forecast for growth in the East Asia and Pacific region in 2018 but warned that a possible US-China trade war could negatively affect growth in countries that are part of China's supply chain.
The growth rate of the East Asia-Pacific developing region, which includes China, is expected to reach 6.3 percent in 2018, slightly up from 6.2 percent in October, the bank said in a report released today.
Growth in 2018 is expected to fall below last year's 6.6 percent, reflecting a slowdown in China as Beijing continues to rebalance its economy to become more dependent on domestic consumption rather than investment, adopting policies that are more focused on slowing expansion. Credit and improving the quality of growth, according to the World Bank.
 
Growth in China in 2017 was faster than expected at 6.9 percent, prompting the World Bank to adjust its growth forecast for the year to 6.5 percent from its 6.4 percent estimate in October.
Sudheir Shetty, the region's chief economist for the region, said the outlook did not take into account a potential trade war between the world's two largest economies, but said he did not feel it was imminent.
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World Bank Raises Growth Expectations for East Asia in 2018

 

 Since 2018-04-12 at 13:13 (Baghdad time)

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Follow up of Mawazine News

The World Bank raised its forecast for growth in the East Asia and Pacific region in 2018, but warned that a possible trade war between the United States and China could adversely affect growth in countries that are part of China's supply chain.

The Washington-based bank said in a report on Thursday it expected East Asia and the Pacific developing region, which includes China, to grow 6.3 percent in 2018, slightly up from 6.2 percent in October.

The expected growth is 2018 below last year's 6.6 percent, reflecting a slowdown in China as Beijing continues to rebalance its economy to become more dependent on domestic consumption rather than investment, adopting policies that focus more on slowing credit expansion and improving quality. Growth, according to the World Bank.

China's growth in 2017 was faster than expected at 6.9 percent, prompting the World Bank to adjust its growth forecast for the year to 6.5 percent from its 6.4 percent estimate in October.

Sudheir Shetty, the region's chief economist for the region, said the outlook did not take into account a potential trade war between the world's two largest economies, but said he did not feel it was imminent.

Some US officials and analysts said they believe the dispute could eventually be resolved through dialogue, but Beijing has confirmed that no formal talks have been held.

However, Shetty pointed out that two-thirds of Chinese goods listed on the US list aimed at the United States to increase tariffs on them are manufactured in a supply chain extending across the region, especially in the Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam.

If these tariffs are imposed on goods being assembled in China, the economies associated with the supply chain will be indirectly affected, Shetty told a news conference.

"It's important that we have to worry about because the success of this region is based on open trade," he said.

The World Bank expects the region to grow 6.1 percent in 2019, unchanged from its previous forecast, and by 6 percent in 2020.

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The World Bank announced that Iraq is among the top five economies that have achieved the most reforms in the world.

"The Middle East and North Africa economies have implemented 10 reforms, and Iraq has implemented four reforms to win the position among the top five economies that have achieved the most reforms in the world," the World Bank said in its report Women and Business and Law 2018.

"Iraq's reforms covered areas of access to institutions, access to employment, incentives to work and protection of women from violence," he said.

"In the area of access to employment, Iraq increased the paid maternity leave from 72 days to 98 days and the enactment of a new labor law prohibiting gender discrimination," he said, noting that "the new labor law also allows employers to terminate workers' contracts when they reach the age of Five-year retirement for women. "


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The next economic program

   
 

 
 


17/4/2018 12:00 am 

Haidar Kazem al-Baghdadi 

Waiting and anticipation of the economic circles to find out the new, which will take place on the reality of the Iraqi market after the elections, which must be carrying an economic program able to change the reality of the economy towards a better stage.

The Iraqi economy is a major utility portal locally, regionally and internationally. It requires sound economic programs by the responsible figures. An economic program is urgently needed to move the country towards safety by moving the productive and service sectors that must be supported by a solid banking sector. 
It is hoped that the next economic program will carry solid plans that promote the actual transition to an open market economy, which depends on the private sector to manage the local economy, and take its actual role in enhancing the economic capabilities of the country by activating the investment aspects. 
In the midst of domestic and international desires to invest in employment opportunities, we must identify the reasons that hindered the arrival of investments in Iraq and contain them as quickly as possible. The international effort recognizes the importance of the country's economic capabilities. This requires us to recognize this interest and employ it to achieve the highest economic feasibility.
Economists and interested in it and in various disciplines and through accumulated experience in the field and theory are working to intensify the proposals, which represent solutions to many economic problems suffered by the country in a chronic manner. 
Making use of the experts' opinions is very important and can be the main pillars of a new economic program that will take the sectors to safety and start operating the productive and service sectors. It can draw up plans to produce production in a phased manner and from the right place to take further development of all work joints and feed the local market. Though relatively first.
Economic programs must be present in the electoral forum so that the candidate is closer to the economic reality of a country described as rich and suffers from chronic problems in need of successful solutions where the economic and political meet to paint both new courses of action. It requires the politician to create requirements that contribute to improving the work environment. The role of the economic executive or directed to the executive effort, which must be adopted to start the development work sought by Iraq. 
Available resources and expertise support any development process that promotes the national economy and change its shape. The need for an ideal working environment will only move all efforts and invest the natural and human resources as well as the advanced international effort to advance Iraq and make it a eighth economic tiger.

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The International Investment Report published by the World Bank on the second day of the Annual Investment Forum said that the past 20 years have seen growth in foreign direct investment (FDI) in developing countries more than 20 times higher than before, representing about 20 percent Of total global FDI flows. 

He stressed that developing countries have become the largest source of external financing, as their foreign direct investment exceeds official development assistance (ODA), remittances, or portfolio investments. More than 40 percent of the world's total FDI flows of $ 1.75 trillion in 2016 are directed to developing countries and contributed to the capital they desperately need. "Domestic policy choices in developing countries and global economic conditions have led to changes in the investment landscape."

However, the report emphasized that the funding required to achieve sustainable development goals was still inadequate, particularly in conflict-affected areas. 

To enhance the development impact of foreign direct investment and thereby help achieve the goals of sustainable development, the report added, "Private investment in these countries has to expand in areas that they have never experienced before, regardless of the risks associated with them. The benefits of foreign direct investment go well beyond attracting the necessary capital. " 

"Governments should ease restrictions on the investment climate by providing a business-friendly environment backed by legal protection against political risks, by creating an effective and predictable environment," said Peter Kosk, chief economist for macroeconomics, trade and investment at the World Bank Group. What foreign investors can feel safe. "

"In recent years, China's foreign direct investment (FDI) shares jumped from 12 percent 20 years ago to one-third of foreign direct investment (FDI). Multinational companies in developing countries are more willing to face higher risks than their developed counterparts. "FDI can accelerate productivity gains in host countries. That is, it brings foreign technology and knowledge to the latest developments, and if local firms succeed in absorbing it, it helps them improve their productivity directly. FDI can also increase competition among local firms in the market by reallocating resources and making them more productive, thereby increasing overall productivity over the long term. 

The World Bank called on governments to ensure "an investment environment free of any political or non-investment-friendly laws.

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