In Uncategorized 

Laser23:  So Frank are you now taking Delta’s position of maybe having this investment go up in value before the end of this year?

Frank26:  No. But tell me what You say of this:

We have activation of a Budget on 1/1/16.

We have an HCL for the Citizens in it.

We have activation of T & T’s. (Taxes and Tarrifs)

We have laws that say no use USD in Iraq anymore only IQD.

We have LDS starting on my BD ……… IMO !!!  (12-20-tomorrow)

The KEY are the LDS ………. If we have TEAM see them then only ONE THING can Ignite the Activations.

An Internationally acceptable Rate for the IQD.

This is what I say ………. IMO.

Tell me.  What You say?   KTFA   Frank


Wishes:  hmmmm….. does that means kurds get their LDs or just a punch of # on the card…..

Frank26:  Most electronic BUT ………. If they come in to banks …….. They get a little something something…… 😉 KTFA   Frank


Dnari131:  Distribution of salaries of employees in the Kurdistan region next Monday

History of edits:: 2015/12/19 17:06

Distribution of salaries of employees in the Kurdistan region next Monday
{Erbil: Euphrates News} resume the Ministry of Finance in the government of the Kurdistan region, next Monday, the employees’ salaries for the month of September distribution.

The ministry said in a statement received {Euphrates News} a copy of it, today, that he “will be in on Monday 21/12/2015 the salaries of the month of September to the staff of the Ministry of Peshmerga in Kurdistan Regional Government distribution.”

The ministry announced that it has completed the employees’ salaries for the month of August distribution in the past on Thursday 10/12/2015.

http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/art … yid=103819


Dnari131:  Iran to unify exchange rate after nuke deal implemented


Bloomberg   Frankfurt

Iran plans to unify the rial’s exchange rates with the dollar after the nuclear accord signed with world powers is implemented, according to the country’s central bank Governor Valiollah Seif.

“We have a very stable currency market, but to proceed toward a unified exchange rate requires accelerating the country’s access to foreign currency,” Seif said in an interview in Frankfurt last month. “It can happen once the nuclear deal is implemented, maximum six months after that.”

The agreed lifting or suspension of sanctions on Iran is expected to begin in the first quarter of next year following verification that the Islamic Republic has met its commitments on dismantling its nuclear program. The unfreezing of assets worth at least $30bn and access to international finance and foreign direct investment may follow.

Under the terms of the deal, most of Iran’s banks will be reconnected to Swift, the global financial messaging system that facilitates bank transfers.

Iran has both an official exchange rate to the dollar and another rate that is used in unregulated markets.

The rial lost about 80% of its value in the year to late 2012 as a result of sanctions. Since President Hassan Rouhani took office in August 2013, the central bank has tightened credit and stabilized the currency.

The central bank’s role is to “smoothen fluctuations of exchange rates,” Seif said. But “if we allow the rate to be defined by the economic realities and decided by the market the bank’s only role will be to prevent shocks,” he said.

Iran’s economy will expand less than 3% this year, with growth rising to 5% in the Iranian year starting March 2016 boosted by oil sales, industrial output and tourism, he said. Inflation will fall to “single-digits” next year, from 13%, he said.

Rouhani has said Iran needs $150bn in investment to achieve the 8% economic expansion that can lower the country’s chronic youth unemployment. Iran has “€100bn worth of projects, which investors can review and choose from either by partnering, or financing them, or through direct investment,” Seif said. “Given the country’s geographic location, its mines reserves and the vast market around, Iran is in a position to create a good market for Europe’s developed industries so that in partnership, they can produce goods in Iran and sell in the region.”

http://www.gulf-times.com/eco.-bus.%20n … mplemented


IM2023:  Lost 80% because of the sanctions!!! They already have a stable currency market as well? And a rate for regulated and unregulated markets? My head is spinning lol.

Can anyone expand on this and how that effect the ME. Or point me in the direction of where to look. Thanks for the help.

Sounds like grease is about to hit a hot skillet as a friend of mine would say.