BACKDOC: EXCELLENT WALKINGSTICK! (see articles below)
WE KNOW THAT TPP WILL REPLACE THE POWER OF THE DOLLAR WHEN IT COMES TO TRADE AND SHIPPING BECAUSE IT WON’T BE SOLELY BASED ON SUPPLY AND DEMAND BUT ON CONTRACTS!
THE IMPORTANT THING TO NOTE IS THAT THE WTO WILL BE THE ENFORCER FOR THE “GLOBAL NEW REALITY” ON TRADE AND SHIPPING!
ONCE TPP IS SIGNED ON THE 4TH AND 5TH OF FEBRUARY GOVT.’S WILL HAVE TO RATIFY IT BUT IT WILL ALREADY BE UNDERWAY!
EVENTUALLY ALL COUNTRIES WILL BE FORCED INTO ITS SYSTEM OF CONTROL. THE EMPIRE WILL BE ABLE TO ELIMINATE CORRUPTION AND PREVENT THEFT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY!
THE DOWNSIDE TO TPP WILL BE THAT IT GIVES POWER OF CORPORATIONS OVER COUNTRIES SOVEREIGNTY.
WALKINGSTICK, IF YOU SEE ANY ARTICLES ABOUT INVESTMENT POSSIBILITIES FROM THE KUWAITI SIDE OF THE PORT AS WELL AS THE IRAQI SIDE IT WOULD BE MOST HELPFUL!
AGAIN THANKS FOR THESE EXCELLENT ARTICLES! DOC IMO
Walkingstick: The start of preparations for the holding of the private port of Faw investment conference
BAGHDAD / JD / .. of the Committee on Economy and Investment has announced parliamentary began initial preparations for the convening of the private port of Faw investment conference.
A member of the committee MP proof Almamori in a written statement / dinars / received a copy of it: that the committee embarked for months to address the relevant authorities in order to speed up to complete this vital project by investing way after we found the inability to provide the required funding through the budget that have been affected negatively, down allocations Iraq’s imports, which depends on oil as a principal source of funding.
He noted that the committee will examine the possibility of allocating part of the project through shares system any shares are offered direct to subscribe to the Iraq Stock Exchange and here we will let citizens contribute to the project, one of the best types of investment which would accrue to the shareholders good profits, but what is important is the project, which will be its imports not accomplish the importance of less than oil imports not to mention that it will provide jobs for large numbers of young people and operate related sectors.
The port of Faw one of the largest littoral ports on the Arab Hebron, one of the important strategic projects for the global commercial exchange has in accordance with fundamental to his designs developed by the consulting firm Italian will be the port of Faw on the container terminal 3,500 meters long, and a berth last a length of 2,000 meters, as well as an arena for storage containers an area of more than one million square meters, and other multi-purpose yard with an area of 600 thousand square meters. / End / 22 /
Economy and Tenders Since 01.27.2016 at 13:00 (GMT Baghdad)
BAGHDAD – scales News
Announced for the economic and investment commission member of the parliamentary proof Mamouri, on Wednesday, the start of the initial preparations for the holding of private international investment conference the port of Faw in Basra province.
Said Mamouri in a statement received / scales News / copy of it, that “the committee embarked months ago to address the relevant authorities in order to speed up the completion of this vital project by investing the way, after we found the inability to provide the necessary funding to him through the budget, which have been adversely affected, down Iraq’s imports allocations that rely on oil as a main source of funding. ”
He pointed out that “the Commission will examine the possibility of allocating part of the project over the stock system, any direct shares are offered for subscription in the Iraq Stock Exchange here and we will let the citizen to contribute to the project, one of the best types of investment that will return profits to shareholders is good.”
However, that “what is important is the completion of the project, which will be imports no less important for oil imports, not to mention that it will provide jobs for large numbers of young people and operate related sectors.” It ended 29/38
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Walkingstick: Wednesday, January 27, 2016 – 02:00 Sepehr Arefmanesh
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is expected toimprove Iran’s rating on long-term risk factors at a meeting on Tuesday, Kamal Seyed Ali, Export Guarantee Fund of Iran’s CEO told a press conference on Tuesday.
“We have been holding talks with credit rating agencies, including the Bern Union, to remove Iran from the list of off-cover countries — countries considered not creditworthy,” he said.
“We expect Iran’s credit rating to stand at 4 as the country has fulfilled all its commitments, even during the years of sanctions,” he said. While EGFI’s debts amounted to $28 billion in 2008, it met all “its commitments on time even with restrictions on money transfer.”
“The lifting of sanctions last week and the plunging oil prices are an opportunity to increase non-oil exports,’’ he said, adding that such exports have the potential to annually generate $200 billion or 30% of the GDP.
An increase in non-oil exports will help pull the country’s markets out of recession, and create jobs, he told the press.
Iran’s absence from the WTO, a shortage in export funds, market recession and lack of public awareness about advantages of export guarantees are the main obstacles to export promotion, he added.
Seyed Ali called on the National Development Fund of Iran and the banking sector to improve its resources for non-oil export. “Iranian companies, especially those exporting engineering services, do not stand a chance to win international contracts without the support of domestic finance.”
The EGFI supports Iranian exports to high-risk countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan — countries few if any “dare to enter.”
Asked by the Financial Tribune on the fund’s services to foreigners, Seyyed Ali said the EGFI “offers guarantees only to foreign companies that invest in export-based projects.
“Moreover, we also provide other credit agencies and export guarantee funds data related to the credibility of Iranian firms.”
Arash Shahr Aeini, EGFI deputy chief, told the Financial Tribune that the fund has reached a cooperation agreement with the United Kingdom Export Finance (UKEF) and a MoU will be signed soon.
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