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The World Bank announces important details in its report on Iraq

  •  Time: 05/27/2021 21:15:10
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The World Bank announces important details in its report on Iraq
  
{Economist: Al Furat News} A senior expert at the World Bank, Wael Mansour, revealed, on Thursday, important details in his report on Iraq.
 

Mansour said in a televised interview, "Negative GDP growth has reached 10%, which is one of the worst growth that we see after 2003, and we attribute it to the drop in the price of oil, the OPEC Plus agreement that reduced oil production, and the Kurna pandemic that strikes many sectors, including services, religious tourism and others." . 
He pointed out, "a sharp decline in financial resources, and the government has taken harsh measures, including with regard to reducing all spending outside of wages and salaries, and we have seen a sharp decline in public investment, social benefits and all programs that can support growth and reduce poverty, and a sharp decline in them."
Mansour stressed, "The World Bank is very interested in the growth factor and sustainable growth, the need for diversification and job creation outside the oil sector, and a fundamental necessity for the participation of women in the labor market, as Iraq is at the lowest rates in the world in this aspect."
And he stated, "If Iraq is able to achieve policies and involve women in the labor market 2. 
$ 2.5 billion as a result of burning gas associated with oil extraction and losses in agriculture and water. ”
Mansour continued,“ The solutions to Iraq's problems have become a large structural pile up from one government to another, and solutions are not easy and not immediate, and we are talking about problems in the public sector, electricity and infrastructure, and a very small banking sector that does not exist. And not supportive of public sectors. ”He 
noted,“ We are aware of the importance of the current government's white paper, which is diagnosed with such accuracy and seriousness and sounds an alarm bell for the Iraqi economic situation and says that the solution is not immediate and there must be short-term measures and all of the reforms need a pause and a political decision in the first place. ”
Mansour concluded, "Not diving into these reforms means that problems will recur from one government to another with the low exchange rate of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar." The first is the political and security risk that topples all economic recovery and the risk of fluctuations in the price of oil, and it may drop to 50 or 40 dollars a barrel. The other danger is the absence of reform and the failure to implement the white paper means losing 11 billion dollars for Iraq.

The World Bank expert stressed that "reforms affect salaries, electricity, social protection networks and other government-supported aspects," noting that "e-government places Iraq in the back ranks in terms of corruption and the effectiveness of management." 

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Mary it is a financial plan that was given to Iraq that was drawn up by the IMF and the World Bank. Reducing the exchange rate to 1450 is part of the White Paper Economic program to save the dinar because there was a lack of liquidity and it was suppose to stop the auctions. The plan is design to prevent Iraq's economy from depending on just oil revenue and to use their other resources like sulphur and phosphates which they have $7 trillion dollars worth, not including what else is under that sand. As you can see from the report above it is the same ole Iraq and the question is will they squander their wealth because of corruption and Iran. It went into effect on 1/1/2021 but not much has changed since then. 

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46 minutes ago, GreedyDinar07 said:

Mary it is a financial plan that was given to Iraq that was drawn up by the IMF and the World Bank. Reducing the exchange rate to 1450 is part of the White Paper Economic program to save the dinar because there was a lack of liquidity and it was suppose to stop the auctions. The plan is design to prevent Iraq's economy from depending on just oil revenue and to use their other resources like sulphur and phosphates which they have $7 trillion dollars worth, not including what else is under that sand. As you can see from the report above it is the same ole Iraq and the question is will they squander their wealth because of corruption and Iran. It went into effect on 1/1/2021 but not much has changed since then. 

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7 minutes ago, Laid Back said:

As we can see by World Bank report Iraq still have a lot of work to do.

 

 

 

 

Yep agreed so to make this wait easier I recommend heading on over to the Wallstreet topic and everyone here read the AMC to the Moon thread!!! If AMC does what most think it will do during the squeeze it will make this dinar seem like peanuts just saying do yourself a favor and check it out folks!!!

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6 hours ago, Shelley said:

it truly sounds to me like a gradual rise  

actually, i don't like a gradual rise ( gradual means little by little )  because it is going to take many many years just to reach at least 1:1. but what can i say, everything about iraq is beyond our control. we have no choice but wait patiently folks.

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15 hours ago, Mary B said:

dinarham

what is white paper

It is time for the Iraqis to learn from measures that have registered success in economically troubled countries.
Saturday 02/27/2021
 

A brick factory in Maysan, southern Iraq

Brick factor: the state of the Iraqi economy after a century of oil rents, development and education
 Washington Consensus: Markets drive more growth than the state
 The Iraqi "white paper" is fully consistent with the provisions of the Washington consensus
 Reducing the value of the dinar is the first harsh government steps against large segments of Iraqis

In 1989, economist John Williamson developed an economic draft of ten articles, which he presented as a treatment description for failed states that suffer major financial and economic problems in the Latin continent (failed states or fragile states is a political term referring to weak and ineffective governments that were unable to control the performance of Its successful or failed service and administrative duties to monopolize the authority of legitimate violence) during which it called the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank to adopt this bylaw, and the recommendations presented at the time were as follows:

  1. Policy of fiscal discipline and consideration of expenses
  2. Redirecting public spending from random subsidies to infrastructure investment
  3. Tax reform in the sense of moderately broadening the tax base
  4. Giving markets the freedom to set prices so that they are higher than inflation
  5. Liberalizing the trade sector with a focus on the principle of eliminating quantitative restrictions, such as licensing and concessions
  6. Liberalization of foreign investment flows
  7. Privatization of state institutions
  8. Liberate and abolish regulations and laws that hinder market entry or restrict competition
  9. The currency exchange rate is appropriate and reflects economic strength
  10. Observance of laws and land rights

In the 1990s, this list took a broad political turn, after it was approved by the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and the US Treasury Department based in Washington, DC, until these policies were overshadowed by the term Washington Consensus, referring to those institutions that adopt these policies that Supports international globalization policies.

And between a critic and objector to these policies, which were considered by some, an interventionist policy directed in favor of certain liberal countries in manipulating the competitive advantages of those countries for political purposes, as these reform policies were applied in Latin countries and applied again in the second world countries, i.e. socialist countries after their separation from the Union Then, ten other items were added to the list, called at the time - Post-Washington Consensus, the amended Washington consensus - during which consideration was given to the developing countries' economic conditions and the size of the responsibilities restricting their economies and constrained by the dependence of many social classes and classes on their central economies.

The principle of the regulation and its provisions in general - as economists see it - is based on the concept that markets lead to achieving growth more than the state itself, and to reduce the state’s role in managing the economy.

White paper

In August 2020, the Iraqi government presented the economic reform report, which it called the "white paper", which included a set of recommendations, strategies and policies that it thinks are capable of reforming the economic and financial system in Iraq, and through which the Iraqi government believes, as stated in the preamble of the paper, that it is inevitable. Other than implementing these reforms, there is no room for postponing those decisions and policies and continuing to depend on Iraq on recovering oil prices and export quantities to finance its increasing expenditures.

With the study of the five frameworks and axes of the white paper and allowing ourselves to rearrange them in accordance with the terms of the ten Washington Consensus paper, we find that most of the themes and topics dealt with in the Iraqi White Paper came fully compatible with the terms of the Washington Consensus. And if its effect was not clearly observed in the last proposed budget for 2021, the privatization of public sectors is another goal that the Al-Kazemi government seeks to implement, while the move to change the exchange rate of the dollar and reduce the value of the dinar was the first steps that the government implemented, whose severity was reflected on large segments of the people Iraqi.

Feasibility and effectiveness of these steps

We can at least agree with most liberals and believers in the free economy who believe in the principle of limiting state intervention in the economy, with the importance of implementing these paragraphs, but it is possible that the objections about the implementation and implementation mechanism are logical, acceptable and justified as well, especially with the nature of the fragile and complex situations of those countries whose environments were not Legal, economic and political are qualified to carry out comprehensive reforms of this magnitude, which could harm the interests and entry of many segments of their societies that are unable to defend their interests or even understand their rights and their duties.

As for returning to the countries and institutions that sponsor these articles, which are considered advanced industrial capitalist countries such as the United States and Britain as an example, whose economic thinkers, their major economic institutions and their research centers have adopted these reform items! We find that it took a contradictory behavior with the call of developing countries and socialist countries to adopt these difficult decisions in a time of financial and economic crises that they experienced in the years 2008 and 2020, as the United States and even the European Union countries and Britain abandoned measures to lift state support system" rel="">support, and turned towards interventionist policies in the market, And increase spending and economic stimulus, and support system" rel="">support the affected companies with grants and loans without interest or negative interest, and the adoption of spending policies, and a large increase in spending to take care of the vulnerable classes and large payments for unemployment!

Those international financial institutions and those who support system" rel="">support them from among the major countries are trying to impose policies that pressure peoples' governments to implement harsh economic provisions and steps in difficult periods, as is happening in Iraq today, contrary to the nature of the behavior of their decisions and economic policies in times of crisis, which calls us to stop a little and reconsider adopting such The procedures in our countries and the return to hearing the opponents of those policies and procedures or to re-evaluate and discuss the objective reasons for the success or failure of such measures and economic policies on the reality of developing countries or countries that are in a state of economic transition from centralization to a market economy.

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The World Bank: Iraq stands at a crossroads, and its economic reforms are limited

 

2,387 Economie 05/28/2021 21:54 Baghdad Today -

Translation Volatile oil prices and COVID-19 have increased economic problems in Iraq and deepened the current economic and social fragility. With global oil market trends turning positive, future prospects for Iraq are expected to improve. The new release of the Iraq Economic Monitor for Spring 2021 entitled "Seizing the Opportunity for Reforms and Managing Volatility" is expected to gradually recover the economy against the backdrop of high oil prices and the rise in OPEC + production quotas, with the expectation that GDP growth gradually by 1.9 percent. In 2021 and 6.3 percent on average in 2022-2023. Higher oil revenues combined with the effect of devaluation are expected to reduce the fiscal deficit to 5.4% of GDP in 2021. However, the fiscal position remains expansive as budget financing needs are projected to average $ 13.7 billion annually (7.5% of GDP) in the forecast period (2021-2023), a high level compared to pre-COVID levels. -19, Although eased, the 2021 budget includes reforms such as measures to improve public financial management and domestic revenue mobilization efforts that, if implemented, can help alleviate the fiscal deficit and exchange rate pressures, however, more structural issues such as public wages remain. Pensions are tightened without treatment. A report found that this cautious improvement in expectations masked major risks that could materialize at any time, and the dependence on oil threatening growth, exports and revenues, in addition to increasing budgetary tightening, macroeconomic stability with cycles of low oil prices and failure to implement structural financial reforms in the year The election. Continued lack of investment, linked to poor public investment implementation and an unfavorable business climate for private investment in non-oil sectors, impedes programs supporting growth and service provision. Delays in launching the vaccine may lead to additional closures with a negative impact on the activities of service sectors. Finally, the deterioration may result. The potential in security conditions amid rising regional geopolitical tensions may reverse many of the past economic gains. To manage these risks and avoid a repeat of past economic performance, Iraq has a way forward: Ambitious reforms put in place under the Iraqi government's White Paper, the Economic Monitor notes that Iraq's experience has shown time and time again that oil prices and reforms are inversely related. Successive governments have launched reforms under pressure from low oil prices and amid an ever-high perception of corruption in addition to poor public service delivery. This combination created social and political tensions that undermined the success of most reform initiatives. "Structural reforms are essential to create a sustainable economic future in Iraq," said Saruj Kumar Jha, Regional Director for the Mashreq at the World Bank. "Building back better is the key to creating the necessary jobs for young people and helping restore balance to Iraqis, not to mention the transformations needed to build equal economic opportunities for women." This time is different. The country stands at a crossroads where quick solutions are limited, and the economy needs a serious transformation if it is to create jobs for its growing youth. The IEM Spring 2021 release estimates that Iraq could get an annual fiscal gain of US $ 11 billion if the policies supporting growth in the non-oil sectors are implemented in tandem with addressing the budget deadlock. Accelerating the vaccination program could also help accelerate the recovery and gradually reverse the sudden spike in poverty observed during the summer of 2020, with oil prices rising above $ 60 a barrel, Iraq could use these windfall gains to mitigate the social fallout of those intended reforms and invest in its capital. Human and physical. One area that is not explicitly mentioned in the white paper but is beneficial to achieving economic transformation in Iraq is increasing the rate of women's participation in the workforce. Female participation in the workforce in Iraq is among the lowest in the world, and even when women enter the workforce, they Three times more likely to be unemployed than men, the barriers to entering and remaining in the labor market differ greatly for women from different socio-economic groups, and across critical turning points in women's lives. To address this, labor market interventions are needed to ensure a better match between labor supply and demand. These interventions include focusing on the presence and accessibility of demand-driven skills training programs, improving access to affordable and high-quality childcare, providing incentives for the private sector to invest in sectors that employ more women and providing culturally acceptable income-generating options for women and supporting such Initiatives to scale up. Specific legislation and regulations can contribute to limiting women's access to employment opportunities, including vague child marriage legislation, as well as stark gender inequality in property and inheritance rights. There is a need to review laws and regulations, and although addressing social norms can be difficult, some interventions aimed at correcting misconceptions can be effective in improving women's participation in the labor market in Iraq. The Economic Report provides a non-exhaustive set of recommendations to help the Iraqi government achieve its goal of increasing the labor force participation rate by 5 points in 2025. These recommendations call for a better match between labor supply and demand (for example, by developing matchmaking). Credibility (services), creating gender-specific solutions in the workplace, and creating an overarching legislative framework (for example by removing occupational and sectoral restrictions). Besides the intrinsic value of empowering women, increasing gender equality in the labor market is the smart economy. Increasing women's participation in the workforce in Iraq to their average income would increase per capita GDP by about 31 percent. A remarkable gain in the country's wealth.

 

 

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 Baghdad: Hazem Muhammad Habib
 
Tomorrow, Monday, the World Bank in Iraq will release the official report "Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement", which will discuss the government's response to address deficiencies in human capital indicators within the framework of a reform roadmap for Iraq, with the participation of a number of decision-makers, Iraqi and foreign experts and personalities High-level.
The head of the World Bank office in Iraq, Ramzi Numan, said in an exclusive interview with Al-Sabah: The World Bank in Iraq will officially launch tomorrow, Monday, the report "Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement", in the capital, Baghdad.
He added that the launch ceremony will include a presentation on human capital development, as well as an overview of the human capital situation in Iraq and aspects of public spending on vital human development sectors, as well as a discussion of the Iraqi government's response to address deficiencies in the formation of human capital, in addition to a discussion The road map towards structural reforms to review the human development model in the education and health sectors within specialized sessions.
The head of the World Bank office in Iraq indicated that the conference launching the report will be attended by the ministers of planning, education, higher education and scientific research, as well as the Deputy Minister of Health, the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Humanitarian Coordinator, Arina Vujakova Soler, and the Director of the Human Development Program in the Middle East Division And North Africa, and the Regional Director of the Levant Division, the World Bank Group, Saruj Kumar Jha, in addition to representatives of the Iraqi Ministry of Finance and a large group of specialists through a very large personal and electronic participation, while the event is transmitted directly through social media and through local media coverage. 
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Information / Baghdad ..
The World Bank in Iraq will release , tomorrow, Monday, the official report “Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement”, which will discuss the government's response to address deficiencies in human capital indicators within the framework of a reform roadmap for Iraq, with the participation of a number of makers Resolution, Iraqi and foreign experts and high-level personalities.
The head of the World Bank office in Iraq , Ramzi Numan, said in an interview with the information, that "The World Bank in Iraq officially launches tomorrow, Monday, the report" Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement ", in the capital, Baghdad.
"The launch event will include a presentation on human capital development, as well as an overview of the state of human capital in Iraq," he addedAnd aspects of public spending on vital human development sectors, as well as discussing the Iraqi government's response to addressing deficiencies in the formation of human capital, in addition to discussing the road map towards structural reforms to review the human development model in the education and health sectors within specialized sessions.
The head of the World Bank office in Iraq noted To, “The report launching conference will be attended by the ministers of planning, education, higher education and scientific research, as well as the Deputy Minister of Health, the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Coordinator of Humanitarian Affairs, Arena Fugakova Soler, the Director of the Human Development Program in the Middle East and North Africa Division, and the Regional Director of the Department Al-Mashreq, the World Bank Group, Saruj Kumar Jha, in addition to representatives of the Iraqi Ministry of Finance and a large group of specialists through a very large personal and electronic participation, while the event is transmitted directly through social media and through local and international media coverage. ” End / 25

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The World Bank launches the report on human development reform in Iraq

2021-05-30 | 02:03
The World Bank launches the report on human development reform in Iraq
 
 
 
 
 
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The World Bank in Iraq, on Monday, will release the official special report (Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement), which will discuss the government's response to address deficiencies in human capital indicators within the framework of a reform roadmap for Iraq, with the participation of a number of decision-makers, Iraqi and foreign experts, and high-ranking personalities. the level.


The head of the World Bank office in Iraq, Ramzi Numan, said in press statements that the World Bank in Iraq officially launches tomorrow, Monday, the report "Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement", in the capital, Baghdad.
 
 
 
 
 

"The launch event will include a presentation on human capital development, as well as an overview of the state of human capital in," he added Iraq And aspects of public spending on vital human development sectors, as well as discussing the Iraqi government's response to addressing deficiencies in the formation of human capital, in addition to discussing the road map towards structural reforms to reconsider the human development model in the education and health sectors within specialized sessions.
 


The bank chief noted International at Iraq Until the conference launching the report, the ministers of planning, education, higher education and scientific research will participate, as well as the deputy minister of health and a deputy Special Representative To the UN Secretary-General and Humanitarian Coordinator, Arena Vujakova Soler, Director of the Human Development Program, Middle East and North Africa Division, and Regional Director, Levant Division, Bank Group International, Saroj Kumar Jha, In addition to representatives from Iraqi Ministry of Finance And a large group of specialists.

 

https://www.alsumaria.tv/news/محليات/384273/البنك-الدولي-يطلق-التقرير-الخاص-باصلاح-التنمية-الب

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Tomorrow, the World Bank will release the official report on human development in Iraq. This is what it contains

Political08:01 - 05/30/2021

 
 
 

 

 

Baghdad - Mawazine News

Tomorrow, Monday, the World Bank in Iraq will release the official report "Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement", which will discuss the government's response to address deficiencies in human capital indicators within the framework of a reform roadmap for Iraq, with the participation of a number of decision-makers, Iraqi and foreign experts and personalities High-level.
The head of the World Bank office in Iraq, Ramzi Numan, according to the official newspaper, said, "The World Bank in Iraq will officially launch tomorrow, Monday, the report" Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement ", in the capital, Baghdad.
He added, "The launch ceremony will include a presentation on human capital development, as well as an overview of the human capital situation in Iraq and aspects of public spending on vital human development sectors, as well as a discussion of the Iraqi government's response to address deficiencies in the formation of human capital, in addition to Discussing the roadmap towards structural reforms to review the human development model in the education and health sectors in specialized sessions.
The head of the World Bank office in Iraq pointed out that "the conference launching the report will be attended by the ministers of planning, education, higher education and scientific research, as well as the Deputy Minister of Health, the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Humanitarian Coordinator, Arina Fujakova Soler, and the Director of the Human Development Program, the East Division." Middle and North Africa, and the Regional Director of the Levant Division, the World Bank Group, Saruj Kumar Jha, in addition to representatives of the Iraqi Ministry of Finance and a large group of specialists through a very large personal and electronic participation, while the event is transmitted directly through social media and through local and international media coverage. Ended 29 / A43

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The World Bank releases the official report on human development in Iraq

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The World Bank releases the official report on human development in Iraq
  
{Economist: Al Furat News} The World Bank will launch in Iraq, tomorrow, Monday, the official report "Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement", which will discuss the government's response to address deficiencies in human capital indicators within the framework of a reform road map for Iraq, with the participation of a number of Decision-makers, Iraqi and foreign experts, and high-level personalities.

The head of the World Bank office in Iraq, Ramzi Numan, said in a press statement, "The World Bank in Iraq officially launches tomorrow, Monday, the report" Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement ", in the capital, Baghdad.

"The launch ceremony will include a presentation on human capital development, as well as an overview of the human capital situation in Iraq and aspects of public spending on vital human development sectors, as well as a discussion of the Iraqi government's response to address deficiencies in the formation of human capital," he added. Discussing the roadmap towards structural reforms to review the human development model in the education and health sectors in specialized sessions.

The head of the World Bank office in Iraq indicated that "the conference launching the report will be attended by the ministers of planning, education, higher education and scientific research, as well as the Deputy Minister of Health, the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs, Arina Fujakova Soler, and the Director of the Human Development Program, the East Division Middle and North Africa, and the Regional Director of the Levant Division, the World Bank Group, Saruj Kumar Jha, in addition to representatives of the Iraqi Ministry of Finance and a large group of specialists through a very large personal and electronic participation, while the event is transmitted directly through social media and through local and international media coverage.

Hazem 

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9 hours ago, yota691 said:
 
 Baghdad: Hazem Muhammad Habib
 
Tomorrow, Monday, the World Bank in Iraq will release the official report "Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement", which will discuss the government's response to address deficiencies in human capital indicators within the framework of a reform roadmap for Iraq, with the participation of a number of decision-makers, Iraqi and foreign experts and personalities High-level.
The head of the World Bank office in Iraq, Ramzi Numan, said in an exclusive interview with Al-Sabah: The World Bank in Iraq will officially launch tomorrow, Monday, the report "Human Development in Iraq - Review of the General Agreement", in the capital, Baghdad.
He added that the launch ceremony will include a presentation on human capital development, as well as an overview of the human capital situation in Iraq and aspects of public spending on vital human development sectors, as well as a discussion of the Iraqi government's response to address deficiencies in the formation of human capital, in addition to a discussion The road map towards structural reforms to review the human development model in the education and health sectors within specialized sessions.
The head of the World Bank office in Iraq indicated that the conference launching the report will be attended by the ministers of planning, education, higher education and scientific research, as well as the Deputy Minister of Health, the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Humanitarian Coordinator, Arina Vujakova Soler, and the Director of the Human Development Program in the Middle East Division And North Africa, and the Regional Director of the Levant Division, the World Bank Group, Saruj Kumar Jha, in addition to representatives of the Iraqi Ministry of Finance and a large group of specialists through a very large personal and electronic participation, while the event is transmitted directly through social media and through local media coverage. 
And international.

Could this be it? The big banana 

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