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Oil Prices Are Falling Due To The Impact Of The Statements Of “World Health”

Economy  Tuesday 4 August 2020 | 11:10 am| Views: 85

Baghdad / .. Crude oil prices fell in early Tuesday’s trading, following the statements of the World Health Organization, about the difficulty of getting rid of the Corona pandemic, during the coming period. On Monday, Tidros Adhanom Gebrysos, WHO Director-General, said in a press statement that there may be no solution to the pandemic at all, “There is no magic solution at the moment and it may never exist.”

He noted, “Fears that there will not be a vaccine that can work, or perhaps provide protection for a few months, not more, but we will not know before we finish the clinical trials.”

By the time (07:36 GMT), Brent crude futures for October delivery fell 0.50 percent, or 26 cents, to $ 43.86 a barrel. US West Texas Intermediate crude futures for September delivery fell 0.35 percent, or 18 cents, to $ 40.81 a barrel.

The virus is spreading with greater acceleration in many regions around the world, especially the United States, which is classified as the largest consumer of crude oil in the world, with near 5 million infections, including 159,000 deaths. –   https://aynaliraqnews.com/index.php?aa=news&id22=136994

The Iraqi Trade Bank Strengthens Its Rank To The Best 1000 Global Banks This Year

Tuesday 04, August 2020 11:11 | EconomicalViews: 144  Baghdad / Nina / The Trade Bank of Iraq was dissolved for the third year in a row in the list of the best 1000 global banks for the year 2020 ranked 319 issued by the prestigious British “The Banker” magazine.

The Banker Magazine is the most prominent reference in the banking and financial sector in the world, and it specializes in providing data and information related to global financial affairs since 1926, and the “Banker” list of the best 1000 banks in the world is the main criterion in this field since the year 1970, as this popular list provides comprehensive information on the performance and size of the banking sector’s wealth in various global markets.

The Iraqi Trade Bank succeeded this year by strengthening its global rankings and elevating 26 places to 319 in the new list for 2020 in the base capital category.

The bank had recently announced a significant capital increase to $ 3 billion (3.5 trillion Iraqi dinars) in 2020, up from $ 2.3 billion (2.7 trillion Iraqi dinars) in 2019, with the aim of raising the bank’s financial strength in line with With the new strategic vision of the bank during the period 2020-2023.

On this occasion, Faisal Al-Heims, Chairman of the Iraqi Bank for Trade and Chairman of the Board of Directors, said: “We are very proud of this success and our classification among the best financial institutions in the world.

He added, “This successful march of the Iraqi Trade Bank is based on its firm commitment to customer service and society throughout Iraq, as well as its prominent role in connecting Iraq to the international trade sector to provide for the needs of Iraq and its citizens.”

In addition to its distinguished ranking in the international list of “The Banker” magazine, the Iraqi Trade Bank was ranked 29th (29th) among the best banks in the Middle East.

The Iraqi Trade Bank recently announced a donation of $ 5 million to support the Iraqi Ministry of Health’s efforts to combat the emerging Corona pandemic “Covid-19” and to provide the resources required to support health institutions in the face of the spread of this virus.

Faisal Al-Heims added: “We succeeded in demonstrating high levels of flexibility and ability to adapt in the face of instability in light of these difficult conditions imposed by the new Corona virus,” stressing that “the classification of the Iraqi Trade Bank among the list of the best 1000 international banks for the year 2020 is clear evidence of The strength and stability of this bank  http://ninanews.com/Website/News/Details?key=847661

An Iraqi Bank Is In The List Of The Best Thousand International Banks For The Third Year In A Row

Author: Ahad7 On 4/8/2020 – 11:50 AM 138  The Trade Bank of Iraq was ranked for the third year in a row in the list of the best 1000 global banks for the year 2020 ranked 319 issued by the prestigious British “The Banker” magazine.

The Banker magazine is the most prominent reference in the banking and financial sector in the world, and it specializes in providing data and information related to global financial affairs since 1926, and the “Banker” list of the best 1000 banks in the world is the main criterion in this field since the year 1970, as this popular list provides comprehensive information on the performance and size of the banking sector’s wealth in various global markets.

The Iraqi Trade Bank succeeded this year by enhancing its global rankings and elevating 26 places to 319 in the new list for 2020 in the base capital category.

The bank had recently announced a significant capital increase to $ 3 billion (3.5 trillion Iraqi dinars) in 2020, up from $ 2.3 billion (2.7 trillion Iraqi dinars) in 2019, with the aim of raising the bank’s financial strength in line with With the new strategic vision of the bank during the period 2020-2023.

On this occasion, Faisal Al-Heims, Chairman of the Iraqi Bank for Trade and Chairman of the Board of Directors, said: “We are very proud of this success and our classification among the best financial institutions in the world.

He added, “This successful march of the Iraqi Trade Bank is based on its firm commitment to customer service and society throughout Iraq, as well as its prominent role in connecting Iraq to the international trade sector to provide for the needs of Iraq and its citizens.”

In addition to its distinguished classification in the international list of “The Banker” magazine, the Iraqi Trade Bank was raked 29th (29th) among the best banks in the Middle East.

The Trade Bank of Iraq recently announced its donation of $ 5 million to support the efforts of the Iraqi Ministry of Health in combating the outbreak of the Corona virus “Covid-19” and providing the resources required to support health institutions in the face of the spread of this virus.

Faisal Al-Heims added: “We succeeded in demonstrating high levels of flexibility and ability to adapt in the face of instability in light of these difficult conditions imposed by the emerging Corona virus. The strength and stability of this bank   https://alahadnews.net/93315/%d8%a7%d9%84%d8%b9%d8%b1%d8%a7%d9%82/

Diyala: The Flow Of Iranian Goods Through The Mandali Port Has Created An Economic Boom

13:50 – 08/08/2020  Information / Diyala .. A government official in Diyala confirmed on Monday that the activity of the Mandali border crossing with Iran did not stop during the Eid Al-Adha holiday, indicating that the flow of Iranian goods created an economic recovery.

The director of the Mandali side of the agency (90 km east of Baquba) Mazen Al-Khuzai said in a statement to “Information”, that “the activity of the Mandali border crossing with Iran in the commercial exchange did not stop during the Eid Al-Adha holiday,” noting that “the commercial convoys are still flowing towards the port towards the square Border crossings are entered according to the specified timing on Sunday – Wednesday every week.

Al-Khuza’i added, “The resumption of the Mandali port activity has created a remarkable economic recovery in the past two weeks, as it has provided job opportunities for dozens in addition to its positive impact on different occupations.”

He pointed out that “the port is considered an important economic path”, expressing his hope that “there will be a portion of its revenues allocated to financing construction and building projects in Mandali and the surrounding areas.” Ended / 25   https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/08/03/488155/

 

Hundreds Of Tons Of Fish Continue To Die In Diwaniyah

Hundreds of tons of fish continue to die in Diwaniyah (pic) Zz1423

Tuesday 04, August 2020 15:14 | GeneralViews: 115  Baghdad / Nina / Video footage showed hundreds of tons of fish continue to die in the third river, the general estuary and the Dalmurj Valley, after unknown persons dumped toxic substances in the river basin, especially in the areas near Diwaniya governorate.   http://ninanews.com/Website/News/Details?Key=847710

Tons Of Fish Died As A Result Of Poisoning In Diwaniyah Suspect

Posted On 2020-08-04 By Sotaliraq  The head of the Committee on Agriculture, Water and Parliament Marshes, Salam al-Shammari, confirmed on Monday, the existence of “malignant agendas” internally and externally to prevent Iraq from being self-sufficient in animal and agricultural products.

Al-Shammari said in a statement, “After we witnessed the past period, a series of fires that affected vast lands of wheat and barley with active action and clear agendas, this time they returned to fish.”

Al-Shammari added, “Unidentified people threw toxic substances that caused the death of hundreds of tons of fish in the third river, the general mouth near Diwaniya Governorate.”

The Chairman of the Committee on Agriculture called on the concerned authorities to “reinforce their procedures for protecting the domestic animal and agricultural product in light of the unwillingness of some internally and externally for Iraq to reach self-sufficiency and export its surplus.”

Al-Shammari stressed that “protecting the local product depends not only on legislation and laws, but also on providing the appropriate means to protect it from the tampering of thieves and corrupt people who only care to fill their pockets of no man’s land without looking at the interest of the country and its people.”

In a related context, the official of the Division of Natural Ecosystems in the Diwaniyah Environment Department, Haider Al-Nashi, said that “after examination and verification, it was revealed that the case was the result of poisonous poaching in an area north of the pillar of the general estuary that feeds the marsh with a distance of more than 25 km and is usually empty From the points of observation, so some people took advantage of this vacuum and poisoned large quantities of fish for the purpose of hunting and obtaining them easily, which is considered a violation that the law will be held accountable for.

Al-Nashi ruled, that “fish deaths are caused by the presence of environmental pollution or the possibility of fish being exposed to a viral infection,” noting that “this case was repeated during separate periods due to resorting to this wrong method by some fishermen.”

He pointed out that “it is necessary for the fishermen to abstain from resorting to this type of fishing because it causes a great loss in fish wealth, and leads to its loss in such an important water surface in addition to causing pollution of the marsh waters and the loss of the aquatic life in which they live.”   LINK

https://www.sotaliraq.com/2020/08/04/%d9%86%d9%81%d9%88%d9%82-%d8%a3%d8%b7%d9%86%d8%a7%d9%86-%d9%85%d9%86-%d8%a7%d9%84%d8%a3%d8%b3%d9%85%d8%a7%d9%83-%d9%86%d8%aa%d9%8a%d8%ac%d8%a9-%d8%a7%d9%84%d8%aa%d8%b3%d9%85%d9%85-%d9%81%d9%8a-%d8%a7/

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