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Dr. Shabibi at The World Bank 9/24/2011


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As we all know by now, Dr. Shabibi will be speaking today, Saturday, September 24, 2011 at The World Bank in Washington, D.C.

The meeting is from 2pm until 3:30pm EST

The meeting is entitled:

Launch of the Republic of Iraq Financial Sector Review

On Saturday September 24, the World Bank will host a discussion on a new comprehensive report about Iraq’s Financial Sector. The report highlights the potential of the country, ongoing reforms and remaining challenges.

Opening remarks will given by the Bank’s Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa region Inger Andersen, Iraq’s Minister of Finance, Rafi El Essawi and the Governer of Iraq’s Central Bank Sinan Al Shabibi. The session will be moderated by Omer Karaspan, Knowledge Coordinator at the Bank’s Middle East and North African region.

http://go.worldbank.org/L1CJS519U0

Shabibi BlackBerry found in Falafel Hut ... 2.14 IQD = 1 USD. 4.5 weeks or less.

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Lets keep our fingers crossed, our toe's crossed and anything that you can cross. Put on the rally caps and begin the chanting... Shabbs.... Shabbs....Shabbs....Shabbs.... Shabbs....Shabbs....Shabbs.... Shabbs....Shabbs....Shabbs....Shabbs....Shabbs....Shabbs Let's hope that this roller coaster is finally coming to an end and we can all get off this ride and move on to a bigger and brighter tomorrow..... :twothumbs:

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As we all know by now, Dr. Shabibi will be speaking today, Saturday, September 24, 2011 at The World Bank in Washington, D.C.

The meeting is from 2pm until 3:30pm EST

The meeting is entitled:

Launch of the Republic of Iraq Financial Sector Review

On Saturday September 24, the World Bank will host a discussion on a new comprehensive report about Iraq’s Financial Sector. The report highlights the potential of the country, ongoing reforms and remaining challenges.

Opening remarks will given by the Bank’s Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa region Inger Andersen, Iraq’s Minister of Finance, Rafi El Essawi and the Governer of Iraq’s Central Bank Sinan Al Shabibi. The session will be moderated by Omer Karaspan, Knowledge Coordinator at the Bank’s Middle East and North African region.

http://go.worldbank.org/L1CJS519U0

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PLEASE KEEP US UPDATED ON THE MEETING...WE'D ALL LIKE TO KNOW THE RESULTS OF THE MEETING....BTW

GREAT JOB!!! :D

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This is the World Bank's Republic of Iraq Financial Sector Review. I don't even know if this is current or not, but I found it on the site that was given here earlier, so here it is.

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTMENA/Resources/Financial_Sector_Review_English.pdf

Francie I think this a good find. It is not very old. 2010 at least. Thumbs up! A lot of reading though.

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This appears to be the book regarding all this good news. On the first couple of pages in, I found the following:

"This review came at a very opportune time in light of the need to respond to the potential impact on the Iraqi financial sector of the global financial challenges, and the need to ensure that the momentum behind reform efforts does not slow down. Furthermore, with the current political situation in Iraq, there is a need for additional policy guidance to identify new reform priorities, especially now that the first phase of the reform program is coming to closure."

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