In KTFA 

Rich4hyip: Monday’s cc seems like quite stimulating. lol.

Frank26:  On W CC …………. What did i say was on the table of the MR right now?

Brandon:  How long they can keep it ( the rate)  a secret was on the table?

MilitiaMan:  How long they can have two sets of books..? ~ MM

BGlight3:  Coins and LDs?

Frank26:  YES !!! !!! !!! ………….. Therefore ……….. They shall be on Your MONDAY CC tonight …….. Hope some will show up to be with us …….. Aloha KTFA FAMILY \m/


Doc.K:  In this article they are making the cleric look good by saying Raise the Rate / more purchasing power for the people of Iraq , thus have confidence in their country,  the banks ,  and in their leader.   If the Cleric says it,  the Cleric gets credit .   The Iraqis trust the Clerics.


In coming hours , in the coming days ,  or …?

Samson:  Hamoudi stresses the need to create an attractive economic environment for investors inside Iraq

30th July, 2017

A member of the Presidency of the House of Representatives, Hammoud Hamoudi, on Sunday, the need to create an attractive economic environment for investors inside Iraq after the liberation of Mosul, while the Chairman of the Investment Authority, Sami Araji to activate investment activity between Iraq and the Czech Republic.

“The First Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Hamam Hamoudi, sponsored a seminar for the Investment Authority to activate the trade and investment exchange between the governments of Iraq and the Czech Republic in the presence of Jan Bartoszek and the First Vice-President of the Czech Senate and their accompanying delegation, “He said.

Hamoudi stressed that “the importance of creating a competitive economic environment, attracting investors to the interior, especially after the victory of Mosul,” calling on Czech economists to “strengthen cooperation in the rehabilitation and operation of Iraqi factories and strengthen the industrial sector in general in Baghdad and the provinces.”

For his part, the head of the Investment Authority, Sami Araji, at the start of the opening of the symposium held in Baghdad today, in the presence of representatives of ministries and trade unions and Iraqi businessmen, seeking to re-cooperation in all areas between Iraq and the Czech Republic of his predecessor, “stressing the need to activate investment activity, Especially in the field of roads and bridges.

Jan Bartoshek explained that his country has “many businessmen and successful companies that we would like to invest their activities in Iraq, especially after the development of security in the country,” noting that “this visit comes at the invitation of Hamoudi after his visit to the Czech and seek to ensure trade exchange “He said.

On Friday and Saturday, the Czech delegation conducted a series of activities, including the visit of the imams Kadhimin A and the National Museum, expressing their great admiration for the authenticity of the Iraqi heritage Baghdadi, followed by a visit to the displaced persons camp in Zayouna area in the capital.



WK:  Now why in the world would China pump that kind of money into Zimbabwe unless they knew it would pay off hugely??? China does nothing for nothing.

Samson:  Chinese Investments help boost Zimbabwean Economy

29th July, 2017

HARARE: Zimbabwe is benefitting from lucrative business deals with China, with the Asian giant becoming the biggest injector of foreign direct investment (FDI) in this southern African country.

The Zimbabwe Investment Authority approved 929 million U.S. dollars of FDI in 2015 with more than half of it from China.

“We would want to see them invest more in value addition and more on technology transfer and share more of their knowledge and expertise with local business people,” ZIA spokesperson Nixon Kanyemba told Xinhua Friday.

“During the past couple of years alone we have seen the Chinese taking a keen interest in Zimbabwe’s agriculture, energy and tourism sectors,” said Joseph Ngwawi, head of the Regional Economic Development Institute at the Southern Africa Research and Documentation Centre.

“We are bringing about 30 million dollars per month into Zimbabwe. China has become the largest source of foreign currency in Zimbabwe,” a Zimbabwe-based weekly English newspaper quoted Xing Shanshan, vice secretary-general of the Chinese Federation of Zimbabwe as saying.

Among the largest foreign importers is Chinese tobacco company Tianze, which helped revive the country’s tobacco output which had plummeted to a low of 48 million kilograms in 2008.

Since inception, the company has injected 40 million dollars annually in interest free loans and subsidized inputs, in addition to free technical support, training and other services to its contracted farmers.

Through its support, Zimbabwe’s tobacco output has rebounded and reached 217 million kilograms in 2014, slightly short of peak production of 231 million kilograms in 2001.

“Chinese investment in agriculture has, to a large extent, sustained Zimbabwe’s tobacco industry through the out-grower scheme operated by Chinese firms.

“In addition to providing capital for farmers, the outgrower scheme has guaranteed a ready market for Zimbabwean tobacco and ensured viability of the sector,” Ngwawi said.

In the area of infrastructural development, Chinese companies are taking the lead in power plant construction.

Chinese companies have struck multi-million-dollar deals for solar power stations in Zimbabwe to help this country build its first batch of solar plants.

In 2015, power generating entity the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) signed an agreement with Intratrek Zimbabwe which would work with Chinese engineering, procurement and construction partner CHINT Electric to build a 202-million-dollar plant in Matabeleland South Province.

It also signed agreements with Chinese companies to build the other two solar power stations in Zimbabwe.

All three projects will generate 100 megawatts each to feed 300 megawatts into the strained national grid currently struggling at less than 1,000 megawatts against peak demand of 2,200 megawatts.

“Solar power plants are quicker to construct and are quite suitable for phased construction. As the technology matures, prices are expected to be going down so that it can come at an affordable tariff,” a spokesperson for ZPC’s parent company ZESA Holding said.

Many Zimbabweans have interacted with the Chinese at various levels. For those in Harare, capital of Zimbabwe, the most recognizable Chinese feature is the imposing Long Cheng Plaza, a mall to the west of the city where they shop, enjoy Chinese cuisine and even hold parties and weddings in the glamorous amusement park.

The mall, built by Chinese Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Corporation (AFECC) at an estimated cost of 200 million U.S. dollars, opened in December 2013.

While engaging in economic activities, the company has also done some philanthropic work and brought in eye surgeons to perform cataract operations on many Zimbabweans and has also given donations towards flood mitigation and food aid.