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6 hours ago, jg1 said:

Thanks you guys. You helped me pick up my spirits. 

 

Damn . . . the feeble excuses companies give nowadays when they kick folks to the curb is infuriating. That really Chaps My Azz. Perhaps this might be a Silver Lining around that Dark Cloud ? 

 

Possibly you've begun your Pre-Rv Prepare to Standby mode ahead of the rest us. :twothumbs:

 

A JOB stands for Just Over Broke and I reckon with maybe a few exceptions in here we're ALL in that category. I've been " Laid off " twice or as they now like to call it  . . . Someone who has been affected by the " Reduction in the Workforce of his/her company "  WHAT:bs:

 

I'd like to think  jg1 you'll ( and ALL the rest of us working class stiffs ) have the last when these Pin Heads push the button this month and you/us can FLIP THEM OFF as you/we laugh all the way to the Bank . . . 

 

There's a couple of people in everyone's Job that I'm sure that WE would love to tell to go get f*^ked. Hang tuff  :salute:

 

 

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41 minutes ago, 10 YEARS LATER said:

 

Damn . . . the feeble excuses companies give nowadays when they kick folks to the curb is infuriating. That really Chaps My Azz. Perhaps this might be a Silver Lining around that Dark Cloud ? 

 

Possibly you've begun your Pre-Rv Prepare to Standby mode ahead of the rest us. :twothumbs:

 

A JOB stands for Just Over Broke and I reckon with maybe a few exceptions in here we're ALL in that category. I've been " Laid off " twice or as they now like to call it  . . . Someone who has been affected by the " Reduction in the Workforce of his/her company "  WHAT:bs:

 

I'd like to think  jg1 you'll ( and ALL the rest of us working class stiffs ) have the last when these Pin Heads push the button this month and you/us can FLIP THEM OFF as you/we laugh all the way to the Bank . . . 

 

There's a couple of people in everyone's Job that I'm sure that WE would love to tell to go get f*^ked. Hang tuff  :salute:

 

 

Yes sir!😁 Chuckle. Will do and thanks.

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Then we chip in buy the company and inform the all of the higher ups that 

 their position's no longer exist :wave: and turn it into an employee owned company. :twothumbs:

53 minutes ago, 10 YEARS LATER said:

 

Damn . . . the feeble excuses companies give nowadays when they kick folks to the curb is infuriating. That really Chaps My Azz. Perhaps this might be a Silver Lining around that Dark Cloud ? 

 

Possibly you've begun your Pre-Rv Prepare to Standby mode ahead of the rest us. :twothumbs:

 

A JOB stands for Just Over Broke and I reckon with maybe a few exceptions in here we're ALL in that category. I've been " Laid off " twice or as they now like to call it  . . . Someone who has been affected by the " Reduction in the Workforce of his/her company "  WHAT:bs:

 

I'd like to think  jg1 you'll ( and ALL the rest of us working class stiffs ) have the last when these Pin Heads push the button this month and you/us can FLIP THEM OFF as you/we laugh all the way to the Bank . . . 

 

There's a couple of people in everyone's Job that I'm sure that WE would love to tell to go get f*^ked. Hang tuff  :salute:

 

 

 

56 minutes ago, 10 YEARS LATER said:

I'd like to think  jg1 you'll ( and ALL the rest of us working class stiffs ) have the last when these Pin Heads push the button this month and you/us can FLIP THEM OFF as you/we laugh all the way to the Bank . . . 

 

There's a couple of people in everyone's Job that I'm sure that WE would love to tell to go get f*^ked. Hang tuff  :salute:

 

Oh boy do I/We ever.!!!!!!

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Alsumaria News / BAGHDAD - 
Head of the border crossing authorities Kadhim al-Aqabi said on Monday that corruption is the reason that made the delay clear in the construction and development of ports, especially with regard to the perpetrators of Shalamjah and Safwan, pointing out that one of these executors percentage completion 0% despite receiving the operational advance before Contractor. 

The body said in a statement received by Alsumaria News a copy of it, "the head of the border crossing points Kadhim al-Aqabi discussed today with the governor of Basra, Asad al-Eidani ways to improve the work of border posts in the province and improve the service reality," expressing "the hope of cooperation of the two governments in the province with the Commission."

 

 
 


"The delay is clear in the construction and development of the ports with regard to the perpetrators of Shalamjah and Safwan and the reason is that corruption is still present," the statement said, adding that "the visit to the province was to discuss how to develop these outlets, as the reasons for their failure clear because they turned to contractors did not abide Through contracts with them. " 

He continued, "The completion rate in the port of Shalamjah 0% despite the fact that the contractor has received the operational advance As for the port of Safwan has been the completion rate is 17% These ports were originally transmitted as contracts from the Directorate of Contracts in the Ministry of Interior, and after (Service Companies) These projects have been suspended after the Council of Ministers Resolution No. 347 and now after the issuance of the budget law 2018, which allocated Article 18 of the law, which necessitates the allocation of 50% of the ports of border ports to maintain that allocated to develop ports and approaches and projects of the province " .

He explained that "our presence and our meeting today with the Governor for the purpose of understanding and development of ports in the light of imports from the ports and agreement to increase the area of the port of Shalamjah from (96 acres) to (340 acres) and has been guaranteed to finance this project."

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Kuwaiti trade delegation to visit Iraq next month

 

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A Kuwaiti trade delegation will visit Baghdad in March to discuss the establishment of a free trade zone with Iraq.

"Kuwaiti Minister of Trade Khaled Al-Roudhan will visit Iraq next March to discuss the establishment of a free trade zone with the Iraqi authorities and sign an agreement on it," Kuwait's Al-Qabas newspaper said in a report.

She added that "the Committee on Economic Affairs will meet tomorrow afternoon to discuss the mechanisms and proposals for the completion of this late project, and the meeting under the chairmanship of the Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh and the presence of the relevant authorities, namely the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Interior, Finance and Trade, the General Authority for Investment, , And Customs

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On 2/10/2019 at 9:41 PM, nannab said:

Then we chip in buy the company and inform the all of the higher ups that 

 their position's no longer exist :wave: and turn it into an employee owned company. :twothumbs:

 

 

Oh boy do I/We ever.!!!!!!

That’s awesome rite there!!  🤪. Still want to be like you when I grow up!!  

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Harmonization of the tariff enters into force between the Kurdistan Region and the federal government in both languages

Harmonization of the tariff enters into force between the Kurdistan Region and the federal government in both languages
 



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The General Authority of Iraqi Customs on Friday that it is continuing to implement this agreement to cancel the customs points established on the federal border with the Kurdistan Region.

 The Authority said in a statement today that it will begin the consolidation of customs procedures at all border crossings as of Saturday, 2019/26.

The Authority added that the agreement included the unification of the procedures and the provisions of the Customs Tariff Law, and the adoption of a customs declaration in Arabic and Kurdish to work at all border crossings.

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Customs: We will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of tomorrow

 

 

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Customs: We will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of tomorrow The customs authority announced on Friday that it will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of Saturday. The agency said in a statement received by Al-Maaloumah that “the implementation of the agreement concluded between the federal government and the Kurdistan region to cancel the customs points established on the federal border with the region and will begin the unification of customs procedures at all border crossings as of Saturday 2019/2/16.

The Authority added that “the agreement included the unification of all procedures and provisions of the customs tariff law and the adoption of a customs declaration in Arabic and Kurdish to work at all border crossings.”  


https://www.almaalomah.com/2019/02/15/389001/

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16 hours ago, 6ly410 said:

 

Customs: We will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of tomorrow

 

 

- 15/02/2019

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Customs: We will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of tomorrow The customs authority announced on Friday that it will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of Saturday. The agency said in a statement received by Al-Maaloumah that “the implementation of the agreement concluded between the federal government and the Kurdistan region to cancel the customs points established on the federal border with the region and will begin the unification of customs procedures at all border crossings as of Saturday 2019/2/16.

The Authority added that “the agreement included the unification of all procedures and provisions of the customs tariff law and the adoption of a customs declaration in Arabic and Kurdish to work at all border crossings.”  


https://www.almaalomah.com/2019/02/15/389001/

IS THAT A SUB I SEE

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13 minutes ago, 10 YEARS LATER said:

 

So it is .... interesting, huh

Who’s it can we tell no colors!

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23 minutes ago, Artitech said:

Who’s it can we tell no colors!

There’s a white flag with some dark diagonal slash on it. Have to enlarge the Coning Tower to match it up with some online research. I’m on my phone presently. Be early evening before I’m at home.

.....perhaps someone in DV might get on to this ????

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if iraq is importing on a large scale now what currency is being used to purchase those goods .. if it even matters... letsroll

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Customs: Unification of customs procedures in all ports as of Saturday

BAGHDAD - The Customs Authority announced on Friday, February 15, 2019, that it will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of Saturday.

The agency said in a statement that "the implementation of the agreement concluded between the federal government and the Kurdistan region to cancel the customs points established on the federal border with the region and we will begin the unification of customs procedures at all border crossings as of Saturday 2019/2/16.

The Authority added that "the agreement included the unification of all procedures and provisions of the customs tariff law and the adoption of a customs interpretation in Arabic and Kurdish to work at all border crossings."

Follow the obelisk

 

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Quite honestly can they do these tariffs at their current rate?  I hear people say no they need to have a better rate than what it is now and others say that they can still trade at their 1190 rate. :confused:

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WheresmyRV, yes they still can trade at the current rate...but the problem with this is that when they start taxing, the rest of the goods will start to increase, and as a result, inflation will start to creep up...We wait.

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Customs: We will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of tomorrow
 
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15/02/2019
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The customs authority announced on Friday that it will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of Saturday.

The agency said in a statement received by Al-Maaloumah that "the implementation of the agreement concluded between the federal government and the Kurdistan region to cancel the customs points established on the federal border with the region and will begin the unification of customs procedures at all border crossings as of Saturday 2019/2/16.

 
The Authority added that "the agreement included the unification of all procedures and provisions of the customs tariff law and the adoption of a customs interpretation in Arabic and Kurdish to work at all border crossings."
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