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Alsumaria News / Baghdad called on the President of the Republic , Barham Salih, Thursday, World Bank for the Middle East and North Africa, to support social and economic development projects in Iraq, stressing the importance of achieving financial, monetary and economic stability in the country. 

The President of the Republic, in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it, said that "President Barham Salih received at the Peace Palace in Baghdad this afternoon, World Bank Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa Farid Belhadj, accompanied by Regional Director of the World Bank for Central Asia Saroj Kumar Jha" .


  • He pointed out the importance of the World Bank's support for social and economic development projects in Iraq, as well as appropriate reforms, combating corruption, the necessity of developing and diversifying the sources of the national economy and ensuring the requirements of reconstruction. 

    "The achievement of financial, monetary and economic stability in Iraq is not only a goal but also a basis for political stability and an important strategic project for sustainable development and civil development in the country," Barham Saleh said. 

    For his part, the World Bank Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa said that "the World Bank is determined to support the Iraqi economy positively and work to support partnership with Iraqi financial institutions by increasing areas of cooperation and the adoption of better investment resources and energies."
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Abdul Mahdi to the World Bank delegation: Consumer loans weigh the budget

10:39 - 29/11/2018

 
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- Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said on Thursday that consumer loans weigh heavily on the budget
, while 
Abdul-Mahdi said, "Iraq is focusing on investment and providing the right environment for the Middle East and North Africa. Which will contribute positively to the reconstruction of the country and the provision of services to citizens, "noting that" the credit must be on the loans produced that promote the economy and production and employment, not consumer loans that weigh the budget. " 
The World Bank Group delegation to the Middle East and North Africa region affirmed the World Bank's continued support for Iraq, cooperation in productive projects, streamlining of procedures and helping young people to establish and register projects and develop their capabilities to succeed.
"The World Bank is determined to support the Iraqi economy positively and work to support the partnership with Iraqi financial institutions by increasing areas of cooperation and adopting the best investment of resources and energies," the World Bank Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa said during a meeting with President Barham Salih. 
He also discussed with the President of the Republic ways of cooperation between Iraq and the World Bank. The President of the Republic referred to the importance of the World Bank's support for social and economic development projects in Iraq, as well as appropriate reforms, combating corruption and the need to develop and diversify the sources of the national economy. 
"The achievement of financial, monetary and economic stability in Iraq is not only a goal but also a basis for political stability and an important strategic project for sustainable development and civil development in the country," Barham Saleh said.

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  • yota691 changed the title to World Bank Announces Decision on Iraq Economy
Editorial date: 2018/11/29 20:23  1247 times read
World Bank Announces Decision on Iraq Economy
{Baghdad: Al-Furat News} A World Bank official confirmed the Bank's intention to support Iraq's economy.
"President Barham Salih received at the Peace Palace in Baghdad on Thursday afternoon World Bank Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa Farid Belhadj, accompanied by Regional Director of the World Bank for Central Asia Saroj Kumar Jha," said a presidential statement received by the {Euphrates News} . 
"The World Bank is determined to support the Iraqi economy positively and work to support partnership with Iraqi financial institutions by increasing areas of cooperation and adopting the best investment of resources and energies," said the World Bank Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa. 
He discussed with the President of the Republic "
"The achievement of financial, monetary and economic stability in Iraq is not only a goal but also a basis for political stability and an important strategic project for sustainable development and civil development in the country," President Barham Salih said.
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God how I despise Bureaucrats......they’re just full of themselves... meanwhile things still crumble around them. Job security really-play both ends against the middle..... they cause the problems, then “ come to the rescue “ with the “ solution “ - which ultimately leads to more problems, then “ come to the rescue “

 

 

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1 hour ago, 10 YEARS LATER said:

God how I despise Bureaucrats......they’re just full of themselves... meanwhile things still crumble around them. Job security really-play both ends against the middle..... they cause the problems, then “ come to the rescue “ with the “ solution “ - which ultimately leads to more problems, then “ come to the rescue “

 

 

Well said 10. It is truly a pathetic and vicious cycle.

Semper Fi:salute:

RV there yet ?:pirateship:

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2 hours ago, 10 YEARS LATER said:

God how I despise Bureaucrats......they’re just full of themselves... meanwhile things still crumble around them. Job security really-play both ends against the middle..... they cause the problems, then “ come to the rescue “ with the “ solution “ - which ultimately leads to more problems, then “ come to the rescue “

 

Agreed 10 Years

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6 minutes ago, Donziman said:

Hey 10 did you notice what was missing..  They didn't say  "We welcome Iraq

as a full member [not observer] into the World Bank . now did they ??

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Good catch “ D “  - they danced around it. 

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Thank you Yota ! I seriously don't know how you do it day in day out. I'm sure all of DV appreciates your reporting corrispondence . Best of all you are the best unbias reporter of all times. Good news, bad news you give it your all ! We are blessed by you unwavering endures that sometimes predicate our day . Thank you ! 

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President of the Republic stresses the importance of achieving financial, monetary and economic stability in Iraq

29/11/2018 08:34 PM | Number of readings:

President of the Republic stresses the importance of achieving financial, monetary and economic stability in Iraq

President of the Republic stresses the importance of achieving financial, monetary and economic stability in Iraq
President of the Republic Dr. Barham Salih received at the Peace Palace in Baghdad Thursday afternoon the World Bank Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa Mr. Farid Belhadj, accompanied by the Regional Director of the World Bank for Central Asia, Saroj Kumar Jha. In a statement received by the "Ahed News", a copy of it said that during the meeting, they discussed means of cooperation between Iraq and the World Bank. The President of the Republic referred to the importance of supporting the World Bank for social and economic development projects    President Barham Saleh stressed that achieving financial, monetary and economic stability in Iraq is not only a goal but also a basis for political stability and an important strategic project for sustainable development and civil development in the country. For his part, said the Vice President of the World Bank for the Middle East and North Africa that the World Bank is determined to support the Iraqi economy positively and work to support partnership with Iraqi financial institutions through increasing areas of cooperation and adoption of exclusion R best resources and energies.

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Thanks to both of y'all again ! Oh sweet Jesus we need this today !" Lord we've got only do many days left on this wonderful planet and most of us could do great things , wonders , joys, mercies  and great deeds ! I will promise you on my life and soul to keep , that we will be even greater fishers of men for your kingdom , should you bestow another one of your great blessings upon on us " Amen.

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How many ways and how many times do they need to rehash this rehash of the same ole hash. YES YES we ALL know by know and if anyone out there hasn't got a clue on this hash, they've been living under a very large rock.

 

Getting ready no doubt for the BIG DAY real sharpish like so lets ramp up the CHAT !

 

Oh, hurry the hell up would ya . . . for crying out loud ! YOU know it's coming, WE know it's coming . . . Come on now, quit teasing us with a good time . . . and Let the Good Times Roll ! 

 

 

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23 minutes ago, 10 YEARS LATER said:

How many ways and how many times do they need to rehash this rehash of the same ole hash. YES YES we ALL know by know and if anyone out there hasn't got a clue on this hash, they've been living under a very large rock.

 

Getting ready no doubt for the BIG DAY real sharpish like so lets ramp up the CHAT !

 

Oh, hurry the hell up would ya . . . for crying out loud ! YOU know it's coming, WE know it's coming . . . Come on now, quit teasing us with a good time . . . and Let the Good Times Roll ! 

 

 

We know it's supposed to be coming 10YL but so it the beginning of my next year in this speculative venture.. At the news these days is all positive but there's still those little niggle words  that keeps me grounded..  They are "This Is Iraq"

 

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World Bank: The region will need 300 million degrees by 2050

10:28 - 03/12/20180


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The World Bank unveiled on Monday the need for 300 million new jobs by 2050 if current population trends continue to rise.
"If current population trends continue to rise, by 2015 the Middle East and North Africa region will need more than 300 million new jobs," said Farid Belhadj, vice president for Middle East and North Africa, in an article.
"Will the region be able to create the 300 million new jobs required by 2050 to enable large numbers of young people to lead the economy in the future and prosper?" Belhadj asked.
"There are signs of hope as some countries focus on building human capital and start implementing reforms to take advantage of the digital economy and provide the funds for the large investments required. Lebanon is currently taking steps to increase the quality of broadband services while at the same time reducing Prices and expansion ". Ending / 25

 

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The Minister of Transport is discussing with the World Bank team linking Iraq and Sakkia with two countries

December 5, 2018
Transport Minister Abdullah Luaibi discussed with the World Bank team to discuss the development of transportation in the affected areas.

"The World Bank team has a great desire to cooperate with the Ministry of Transport in various fields," he said in a statement.

He also added that the regional rail link linking Iraq, Jordan and Saudi Arabia to transport passengers and goods has been discussed as a feasible economic project, pointing out that the two sides agreed during the meeting to continue the fruitful joint effort to achieve the outcome of the meeting.

 

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  • yota691 changed the title to A record of expected remittances to developing countries

A record of expected remittances to developing countries

01:12 - 09/12/2018

 
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World Bank report said that remittances will be a very important source of revenue in poor countries , having seen a rapid rise this year. 
The report predicted that the volume of funds sent to developing countries will increase by 10.8 per cent this year, to $ 528 billion. 
The World Bank said the new record came after robust growth of 7.8 percent recorded in 2017, according to the newspaper "Economic" Saudi Arabia. 
Overall, remittances, which include those sent to rich countries, are expected to reach 689 billion in 2018, up 10.3 percent.
Remittances flowed to all regions, but especially to Europe and Central Asia (20 percent), South Asia (13.5 percent), Sub-Saharan Africa (9.8 percent), the Middle East and North Africa (9.1 percent) Caribbean (9.3 per cent) and East Asia and the Pacific (6.6 per cent). 
India is one of the top countries with the funds, with a total of $ 80 billion, followed by China ($ 67 billion), Mexico and the Philippines (34 billion each) and Egypt ($ 26 billion). 
The World Bank added that the increase in remittances is directly linked to the strength of the economy and job opportunities in the United States, and a recovery in the Gulf countries.

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12 hours ago, yota691 said:

The World Bank added that the increase in remittances is directly linked to the strength of the economy and job opportunities in the United States, and a recovery in the Gulf countries.

 

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The True The United States Of America Patriot President Donald J Trump HAS ACTUALLY been IMPLEMENTING HIS 2016 Presidential Election Campaign PROMISES!!!

 

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Go Moola Nova (YEAH AND YEE HAW, BABY, READY WHEN YOU ARE BROTHER (OR SISTER) - LET 'ER BUCK!!!)!!!

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