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?xyz: International Monetary Fund »: Regulatory measures to reduce corruption http://www.alsabaah.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=156136 Baghdad / follow – up to the morning IMF encouraged its members to address the phenomenon of corruption, where the fund will adopt, as of Tmosalmqubl, a new regulatory framework to allow for the annual missions of the teams on the ground to conduct a regular assessment on the “nature and gravity of corruption”,
and that includes corruption all the countries of the world From the public and private sectors, and at all levels of society, as evidenced by the recent condemnation of Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva for 12 years in prison for corruption and money laundering.
“We know that corruption hurts the poor and undermines trust in institutions,” said Christine Lagarde, IFAD’s Director-General, during a recent conference on the phenomenon. Meanwhile, Paraguayan Finance Minister Lea Jiménez stressed that corruption is “a multi-level problem involving several elements.”
Despite Paraguay’s attempt to tackle corruption, it remains ranked 135th out of 180 countries, according to Transparency International’s 2017 report. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has no control over corruption, but it can exert pressure across Financial Programs.
He imposed conditions for the payment of additional funds to Ukraine, including the implementation of reforms, and also make real progress in addressing the rampant corruption in the country.
“Corruption thrives in the dark,” Lagarde said, adding that the fund’s teams got green light from the management committee “to play a more intrusive role.” What is new is that the fund will address private sectors, including multinational corporations involved in corruption or money laundering.
dinard: @xyz the corrupt watching for the corrupted. Gotta love it
Spectra: American Contractor (Dinar Guru) – …You may see some action possible after the elections depending on which party has control of the government. The Iraqi parliament will have to vote on the delete the zeros project given that they did not get the opportunity in 2012.
The Iraqi cabinet stopped it because they believed the economic climate was not yet ready. …Oil prices are continuing to go up and businesses are returning although cautiously and investing in startups and existing companies… …You will learn of the delete the zeros project getting ready to be implemented when you read that there is a education campaign going on inside Iraq.
The education campaign will consist of news media, flyers, and radio advertising to get the word out. The CBI wants to make sure that everyone is informed about the delete the zeros project…
Spectra: American Contractor (Dinar Guru) – …In the course of the next few months you may quite possible see media reporting about a delete the zeros project.
According to the intel I have, as well as info I received today from a banker, the delete the zeros project is going to be progressing at a much faster pace, and word has it that new information will be published after Ramadan. …Everything from this point on is riding on the upcoming national and local elections (May 12). There appears to be a vast more supporters than not for the delete the zero’s project…
Spectra: futuremoney: @Spectra whatever: Im done with this a: lol ;ha-Ha:
Spectra: Zig: @xyz : We have no answers in this chat room….only questions…..:??
Tebow: The Iraqi parliament will have to vote on the delete the zeros project per American Contractor…… Wrong CBI handles monetary policy!
Spectra: sandyf: @Spectra: Please explain this regret ????? ——in 2004 —-there was no GURU’S that ive ever heard of…..only people buying this were those with military contacts,also no one made you buy dinar….or MLM …IF THIS TRUE —(((response from snadyf…..
It is normally people that are used to making things up that are so suspicious of others.)))))……..wrong ……
i was not not on the internet watching my dinar until 2012 …….unlike many so do not even go there……ive made nothing up….this is all i know of because i was smart and waited for 10 years……..Once again …..you still have not exsplained what private groups means…..ill be waiting ……..
Tebow: why ask me
Tebow: what is wants Tebow: wants
Spectra: WANTA ..some bs about a guy who says the gov stold his trillions…
dinard: @Spectra oh neat he responded to my post. Maybe he is Lee wanta in disguise
Tebow: wanta Google spell check
xyz: @Spectra ask ya a question
Tebow: @Spectra like blackgold. Lol
xyz: silence is golden
Spectra: @Tebow kinda
dinard: @Spectra could be true. Never know
xyz: @dinard ask sandyf … he can claim that LoP is guarantee with impunity and still get @Zig support. Who is in this to loose? Even Kaperoni has a long term solution through floating
xyz: @Zig 4-23-2018 Intel Guru RayRen98 It’s confusing when we are getting different information from different sources. We heard that North America was ready to go from Friday evening, while Iraq is officially saying something different… and our sources in Iraq are saying something else again.
Reportedly from Sunday…Demonstrators took to the streets in Baghdad demanding fair pay. Rafidain Bank is underwriting 5-year loans to the citizens for vehicles. Abadi leads Sadr in the polls. Abadi and Maliki are being discussed on TV strongly contesting each other.
Monday Reports from Iraqi TV…UDB Bank has announced acquiring the necessary licensing to issue Vista International Credit Cards to the citizens of Iraq. Abadi is paying the farmers in Erbil back pay to the amount of 41 billion dinar.
xyz: @Zig 4-24-2018 Newshound Guru Kaperoni I can assure you nothing is going to happen with the dinar or the monetary policy at the CBI for at least two more months maybe longer because they have compliance commitments to meet with the IMF first. And then and only then when they’re in compliance and the elections are completed and the new government is formed will they consider moving forward by moving to a float and leaving the peg.
xyz: @Zig 4-24-2018 Newshound/Intel Guru Mnt Goat RUMOR: In Kurdistan banks exchanging damaged bills and three zero notes and giving out lower denom’s of five’s, two’s and ones.
The citizens in Iraq are NOT exchanging anything. I would not use the term “exchanges” but rather “turning in”. …Also if any banks are issuing the 5,10 and 1 dinars it is not with the permission of the CBI. It is a mistake and the CBI will correct this mistake. So recently the CBI simply asked the citizens in Iraq to look under their mattresses and backyards for their hoards of the 3 zero notes.
Then bring them in and deposit them in their bank account. They need to collect these notes prior to the RV to reduce the money supply first prior to issuing a new set of currency. Yes, some “smaller” notes are being given for some of the money turned in but certainly not fully replacing 3 zero note amounts for exact same amounts in the newer lower denominations. Why would they do this?
Spectra: What to Expect from a Post-Castro Cuba Apr 24, 2018 Ktfa post-walkingstick Apr 24, 2018 For the first time in almost 60 years, a Castro is no longer Cuba’s head of state. Last week, Miguel Diaz-Canel was sworn in as Cuba’s president, elevated from his previous role as first vice president.
He has promised to modernize the country’s social and economic model, including dismantling its dual-currency system and leveraging the internet for greater good, but he also committed to retain its socialist trappings. However, many Cubans are skeptical of how much good Diaz-Canel could bring them, and in fact are worried about making ends meet in the new regime, according to experts who spoke to Knowledge@Wharton.
The dual currency system has a Cuban convertible peso (CUC) that is pegged to the dollar, and a Cuban peso (CUP) that is worth a quarter of the CUC. The Cuban peso is used to pay state salaries and to set most domestic prices, while the convertible peso is used by tourists and multinational firms.
‘We’re willing to work with Zim… but it should have its own currency,’ says US Harare – United States President Donald Trump’s administration has reportedly said that it is committed to work with President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government, adding however, that Zimbabwe should “stop relying on the US dollar and instead introduce its own currency”.
xyz: @Zig did u know Spectra gotta a question that she can’t touch … am like wow … some forces r powerful that our earthly imaginations. Who is Alex Jones (wink)
xyz: Tomorrow will start the week of financial inclusion in Iraq
The Association of Iraqi Private Banks announced the launch of the Financial Inclusion Week on Wednesday in all parts of the country, with the aim of increasing the dealings with the banking sector .
The Executive Director of the Association of Iraqi Private Banks, Ali Tariq in a press statement that “on Wednesday will see the start of the activities of the week of financial inclusion, which will involve all banks and financial companies operating in Iraq, in order to educate the public on the importance of financial coverage, which will reflect positively on the economy “He said.
He added that “the Central Bank and the Association of Private Banks are directly supervising the organization of the week of financial inclusion, which will be launched in conjunction with Arab countries,” noting that “Iraq wants to increase the number of customers with the banking sector to a large proportion because it will make citizens enjoy the banking services available to the public of loans Electronic payment and others . ”
He pointed out that “the activities of the week of financial inclusion include the Iraqi banks to display their products in public places that you see appropriate from universities and commercial centers and others.” He pointed out that “the banks will during the week of financial coverage to open bank accounts and the granting of credit cards and others .”
BREW: Financial Inclusion is the process of. ? Financial Inclusion is the process of. ensuring access to appropriate financial products and services needed by vulnerable groups such as weaker sections and low income groups at an affordable cost in a fair and transparent manner by mainstream Institutional players.
xyz: The Central Bank signs a memorandum with Visa International tomorrow
The Central Bank of Iraq announced that it will sign a memorandum with Visa International on Wednesday to grant its legal framework within Iraq.
“On Wednesday, the central bank will sign a memorandum of understanding with Visa International that will provide the legal framework for the company in terms of providing services, consultancy and support to the banking and financial sector,” said Central Bank Payments Department Director, Duha Abdel Kareem.
“The presence of Visa International in Baghdad will make a positive change on the economic market,” adding that “the central bank has steps to support competition between international financial companies.”
xyz: visa: http://www.fromtexttospeech.com/output/0238667001524624265/35605413.mp3
BREW: @xyz i wonder how many iraqians would qualify for a VISA.
xyz: @BREW per celebrity guru sandyf, 100% cause the stack iqd in their wallets
Spectra: @BREW i think the qualification will be easier than ours…
BREW: @xyz , I WOULD BEG TO DIFFER, LOL
BREW: @xyz I could see a prepaid visa, but what good is that.
chattels: Religious disputes escalate over upcoming Iraqi elections Ali Mamouri (Iraq Pulse) April 22, 2018
Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/04/ira.html#ixzz5DdgrjZ6n
[pm]chattels: During the April 13 Friday sermon, the representative of Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, Ahmed al-Safi, reiterated how the Shiite religious establishment in Najaf insists that politicians who have previously failed to live up to executive or legislative responsibility not be elected.
Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/04/ira.html#ixzz5Ddh2LC8J
[pm]chattels: Safi warned against voting for those who have not provided any services to the people, saying, “Don’t vote for those you voted for before and who failed.” He stressed the importance of choosing individuals who have the ability to “swiftly respond” and solve problems.
Sistani’s representatives took to explaining his opinion, calling on voters to be careful and spare Iraq the dangers of choosing an ineffective parliament and government. Rashid al-Husseini, a high-ranking cleric close to Sistani, told Al-Furat TV on April 14, “The corrupt people we have voted for have robbed the nation. We ought to not vote for them again, even if they are members of our clan or sect.”
Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/04/ira.html#ixzz5DdhNCpj7
chattels: Although Shiite religious leaders in Najaf insisted that they do not support any candidate or political entity, Shiite cities, including Najaf, are still filled with pictures of candidates alongside a religious leader or authority to encourage religious people to vote for them. Iraqi parties are clearly exploiting the religious institution and its representatives to serve their political interests.
Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/04/ira.html#ixzz5DdhZPRGQ
?[pm]chattels: The Iraqi people have come a long way since they were a traditional society following religious and tribal loyalties; they now form a politically diverse society in which the religious institutions seek to avoid interference in the political rivalry among parties. Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/04/ira.html#ixzz5DdhinBkL
[pm]chattels: Saudi Arabia eyes Iraq’s Anbar for potential investments Omar al-Jaffal April 24, 2018 Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/04/saudi-iraq-iran-shiite-pmu.html#ixzz5DdiEHo9u
chattels: Iraq needs a very balanced policy in dealing with its conflicting neighbors Iran and Saudi Arabia, a fact that ought to be taken into account when either of these two countries wants to invest in Iraq, especially since both Iran and Saudi Arabia believe that investments are also a gateway to influence Iraq’s political situation.