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  • Lenmon's Avatar
    Today, 11:26 PM
    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1322841997819893&id=125804980856940
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  • jonas's Avatar
    Today, 07:20 PM
    jonas started a thread New Doc in Iraqi Bank Accounts
    Can anyone translate this document? https://www.imeib.com/upload/upfile/en/117.pdf
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  • BatmaninIraq's Avatar
    Today, 06:10 AM
    Now It's moving..... LOOK AT THE EXCHANGE RATE
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Today, 12:11 AM
    Iraq Business News is proud to announce that our Expert Blogger Ahmed Mousa Jiyad has just contributed to a major new book on the regulation of the upstream oil and gas industry. The second edition of Upstream Law and Regulation: A Global Guide, published by Globe Law and Business, summarises the upstream regulation and the key concerns in over 30 important and emerging oil and gas jurisdictions. Globe Law and Business offers IBN readers a 20% discount off the normal price. Please enter the code “IBNGLB” on the website checkout page to receive the discount. This fully updated new edition of the practical handbook, now in two volumes, takes an in-depth look at the most relevant petroleum provinces, summarising upstream regulation and key concerns in over 30 important and emerging oil and gas jurisdictions. Issues featured include the key terms of petroleum law, the types of legal arrangement in place, the fiscal terms, how to qualify to acquire acreage, governing law, dispute resolution mechanisms, decommissioning and governmental control. As a result, the book provides a comprehensive global resource for upstream investments. New areas of coverage for this edition include Algeria, Ecuador, Israel, Lebanon, Morocco and Oman. Mr Jiyad has written the chapter on Iraq, and we are sure that this will be an important resource for oil industry professionals with an interest in Iraq’s most important sector. Congratulations Ahmed! Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 04:20 PM
    Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP) has announced that a crude oil sales agreement has been signed between Gulf Keystone Petroleum International Ltd (“GKPI”), on behalf of the Shaikan contractors, and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG). Under the agreement, the KRG will purchase Shaikan crude oil at the monthly average Dated Brent oil price minus a total of c.$22 per barrel for quality discount, as well as domestic and international transportation costs. This discount is based on the same variables contained within other oil sales agreements in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.* The majority of the Shaikan crude oil is currently being transported by truck from the Shaikan field to Fishkhabour, where it has been injected into the export pipeline to Turkey gradually since 15 November 2017, while the remainder is sold domestically.* The agreement is effective from 1 October 2017 until 31 December 2018.* GKPI will now invoice the KRG for oil sales for the months from October 2017 onwards on the basis of the realised netback price and net entitlement volumes in accordance with the Shaikan Production Sharing Contract, as amended by the 1st PSC Amendment in 2010 (“Shaikan PSC”). The Company continues its discussions with the KRG’s Ministry of Natural Resources (“MNR”) on the terms of a potential 2nd PSC Amendment. *The Company will inform the market of any material developments in this regard. (Source: GKP) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 04:20 PM
    By John Lee. Plans are reportedly progressing to launch a free ka-band satellite broadband service in Iraq in the second quarter of 2018. UK-based Quika promises the world’s first entirely free high-speed satellite internet for consumers in developing countries. Its free plan will be funded by paid-for services for enterprises and internet providers. According to Engadget, the company is led by the chief of satellite provider Talia. (Source: Engadget, Quika) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 04:20 PM
    Number of Returns Exceeds Number of Displaced Iraqis: UN Migration AgencyFor the first time since the beginning of the Iraq crisis in December 2013, the number of people returning to their area of origin has surpassed the number of people displaced in the country. Over the past four years, the country has been deeply affected by the conflict with ISIL, which led to the displacement of nearly six million people. Prime Minister Abadi announced Iraq’s victory over ISIL on 9 December 2017; by the end of 2017 IOM, the UN Migration Agency, identified 3.2 million people, who have returned back to their place of origin, while a staggering 2.6 million remained displaced. Following the improvement of the security situation in retaken areas, a sizable number of internally displaced Iraqis have returned to their location of origin, mainly to the Governorates of Anbar (38 per cent; more than 1.2 million people), Ninewa (30 per cent; nearly 975,000 people), and Salah al-Din (14 per cent; nearly 460,000 people). These three governorates were the worst affected by ISIL’s occupation, and count for 86 per cent of the current displaced population in the country. Shortly after the operation to retake Mosul was launched in October 2016, IOM Iraq constructed two emergency displacement sites, one in Haj Ali and one in Qayara, with combined capacity of sheltering 110,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs). The sites were constructed in partnership with the Government’s Ministry of Migration and Displacement; both sites are located in the southeast of Ninewa governorate. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 04:20 PM
    By Shelly Kittleson for Al Monitor. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.* Two months after government forces retook Iraq’s last major city from the Islamic State (IS), the country is preparing for parliamentary elections slated for May. Anbar, its largest and westernmost region, is where IS took control of its first Iraqi city in January 2014. Fighters from the international terrorist group are reportedly still hiding in parts of its vast desert. How the shift from fighting a terrorist group with roots in the area to competition at the political level plays out will affect the years to come. Provincial Gov. Mohamed al-Halbusi, who took office in the fall, told Al-Monitor that voter turnout had been very low in the province for many years due to the fear of insurgents but that he expected this to change in the upcoming elections. Local officials, security forces and a tribal leader echoed that sentiment to Al-Monitor over a number of days in the province in early January.*“About 85%” of the province’s inhabitants are home, Halbusi said, and “I think about 60% of them will vote.” However, with many of the displaced still not back in their homes, some have called for the elections to be postponed. Recent reports of forced returns from internally displaced person (IDP) camps scattered around the Sunni-dominant Anbar region and elsewhere in the country have also raised concern. In an interview in Ramadi, provincial police chief Gen. Hadi Rizej Kessar told Al-Monitor, “We decided to close all IDP camps and send families back to their homes because the security is now good. But if we have some families that remain in the camps, we can arrange for them to vote inside the camps.” Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 04:13 PM
    it's on the CBI site Will-it-happen, not sure what was up with the link, apologies... Based on the objectives of the strategic plan of the Central Bank of Iraq (2016-2020), including the aim of strengthening institutional relations, the Center for Banking Studies in the Central Bank of Iraq and in cooperation with the Iraqi Stock Exchange to implement a training program for staff of the Iraqi Fund for Foreign Development, which was the subject of Investment portfolios and trading in stocks, bonds and currency markets).The training program held in the Iraqi Stock Exchange will be in phases, starting with the first stage on 2018/1/14 and continuing until 2018/1/18. $
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  • Wolverine's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:35 PM
    Iraq nears oil output capacity of 5 MMbpd, committed to OPEC cuts 1/14/2018 ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Iraqi Oil Minister Jabar al-Luaibi said on Saturday that the OPEC member's oil output capacity is nearing 5 MMbpd, but the country will remain in full compliance with its output target under a global pact to cut supplies. Luaibi said the supply cut agreement between OPEC and non-OPEC producers should continue despite a rise in oil prices. "The market now is not 100 percent stable," he said at an industry conference in Abu Dhabi, adding that current oil prices could be sustained, but there might be some fluctuations. For the week, Brent crude rose 3.3 percent, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude jumped 4.7 percent, having hit its hit its strongest since late 2014 at $64.77 on Thursday. The deal between the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and Russia to cut 1.8 MMbpd of crude, which started in January 2017, is due to last until the end of 2018. Luaibi said current Iraq's oil production is about 4.3 MMbpd. Despite the increase in oil production from the United States, "so far there is a balance" in the oil market, Luaibi said. "We are watching the market and the market is okay in terms of supply and demand balance. There’s still a gap, inventories are still high. The inventory level will decrease gradually and we will see how things will go," he told reporters. Luaibi also said that his ministry plans to conclude three contracts with international gas companies by mid-2018 to utilize gas from Basra, Maysan and Nassiriyah southern provinces. He said that by 2021, the country plans to "reach zero gas flaring". Iraq is forced to flare some of the gas produced alongside crude oil as it lacks the facilities needed to capture and process it into usable fuel. The country has just one gas processing company, the Basrah Gas Company, a joint venture between Iraq's state-run South Gas Co., Shell and Mitsubishi. OPEC’s second-largest crude producer after Saudi Arabia, Iraq is seeking to increase its oil and gas income, which account for nearly all its public budget. (Writing by Rania El Gamal; Editing by Alexander Smith)
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  • Will-it-happen?'s Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:56 AM
    That link no work
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    Yesterday, 01:05 AM
    By John Lee. On 13th February 2018, and within series of events of the Kuwait International Conference of Iraq Reconstruction and Development, Kuwait Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) will organize jointly with Iraq’s National Investment Commission (NIC), the World Bank (WB) and the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) a conference entitled Invest in Iraq which will be attended by investors from all over the world. Iraq shall present the feasibility studies and licenses for 60 key investment projects with total amount exceeds $ 85 billion. The WB will support such projects by offering guarantees, compensation of first loss, and markets exploration. This conference would be the first of its kind to be supported by the WB and targeting investments. Applications to attend will be received until 20:00 GMT on Wednesday, January 24th, 2018. More information, including the program, here. (Source: Kuwait Chamber) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 01:05 AM
    By John Lee. The ride-hailing service Careem has reportedly launched its services in Baghdad. According to Saudi Gazette, the Dubai-based company plans to expand to other cities across Iraq in the near future. (Sources: Saudi Gazette, Arabian Business) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 01:05 AM
    By John Lee. The Diyala State Company has announced an opportunity to invest in the production of Electronic Energy Meters. More details here. (Source: National Investment Commission) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 01:05 AM
    Continued U.S. Assistance to Better Meet the Needs of Minorities in IraqThe United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have agreed to increase assistance to Iraqis, particularly religious and ethnic minorities, to enable them to return to their homes in areas liberated from ISIS. Following Vice President Pence’s remarks in October of last year, USAID renegotiated the terms of its agreement to contribute to the UNDP Funding Facility for Stabilization (FFS) so that $55 million of a $75 million payment will address the needs of vulnerable religious and ethnic minority communities in Ninewa Province, especially those who have been victims of atrocities by ISIS. The modified agreement ensures that the U.S. contribution will help the populations of liberated areas in Ninewa Province resume normal lives by restoring services such as water, electricity, sewage, health, and education. The $75 million contribution is the first tranche of the $150 million announced for the FFS by U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman in July 2017; fulfillment of the rest of that pledge will depend on UNDP’s success in putting in place additional accountability, transparency, and due-diligence measures for the FFS. USAID is also proceeding with a process called a Broad Agency Announcement to solicit innovative ideas that support the resettlement of ethnic and religious minorities in their ancestral homes in Iraq. The results of that competition will be available by early Spring. (Source: UN) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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  • dollarsign's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:50 AM
    Progress... https://cbi.iq/news/view/561 ​$
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  • SamsonGold's Avatar
    01-15-2018, 09:50 PM
    Wishing everyone a happy and successful new year. Hey old timers, does anyone remember the fantastic silver thread we had years ago? It has been seven years since the peak and it looks like the bottom is in. One of the most disregarded and hated investments at this time means only one direction left. I believe PMs and cryptos will be fun to play with this year and the next four or five years. Who's with me?
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    01-15-2018, 08:56 AM
    The Central Bank reveals a scandal for commercial banks Date of release: 2018/1/15 (Baghdad: Al-Furat News) A report by the Central Bank of Iraq, that some commercial banks do not have any investment, "noting that" some letters of guarantee comes courtesy of relatives and friends. " "The proportion of investments to total assets in commercial banks is 8 percent," the report said, adding that "some of these commercial banks do not have any investments." He added that "the monetary assets of commercial banks during the year 2017 amounted to 6 trillion dinars of the total assets of 13 trillion dinars, or 46%, mostly concentrated in the assets of banks with the Central Bank, which indicates the focus of banking activities in the window selling foreign currency. "The letter of guarantee, which forms the largest part of letters of guarantee, in many cases are letters of courtesy to relatives, friends and companies in which the members or members of the board of directors participate in a clear or hidden," noting that "When you lag in the implementation of projects resort to some marketing method And delay in the payment of letters of guarantee in violation of the provisions of Article 290 of the Trade Law No. 30 of 1984. The Central Bank of Iraq issued on 19 March 2017 a circular for all private banks to abide by the standards to meet the sale of foreign currencies, noting that the task of international audit companies that have been contracted to assess the financial position and quality of assets of banks.
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    01-15-2018, 08:45 AM
    Al-Rafidain issues the international MasterCard for Iraqis living in Jordan and the UAE Editorial Date: 2018/1/15 8:27 Al-Rafidain Bank announced the issuance of the MasterCard card for Iraqi citizens residing in Jordan and the UAE. "The MasterCard International has been issued at branches in Amman and Abu Dhabi for Iraqis living there to receive their financial dues," the bank's press office said in a statement. "The Bank's branches in Beirut, Amman and Abu Dhabi continue to provide the best banking services to Iraqi residents in these countries." It is noteworthy that Rafidain Bank continues to provide services and banking facilities as well as the financial advances of various segments of society.
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    01-15-2018, 06:52 AM
    This article was originally published by Niqash. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of*Iraq Business News. By Ibrahim Saleh. An Increase In Internet Scams Entraps Naïve Baghdad Locals Over the past few months there has been an increase in stories about money-making scams on Facebook. Ill-informed Iraqis with get-rich-quick dreams are still falling for fraudsters’ lies. Tariq al-Halaq works at a barbershop in the central Baghdad neighbourhood of Mansour and he likes to talk to customers about his plans to get rich. The 37-year-old wants to make money and then leave the country to live a quiet life elsewhere. “It will only take a little time,” al-Halaq says. Ask him why and he says he has stumbled upon an ingenious new scheme to make money on Facebook. These online scams have always been around, says one Baghdad local, but recently they have been becoming more professional, targeted and therefore more widespread. On a post in a closed Facebook group, meant mainly for the sale of second-hand cars, al-Halaq read about a man called Ahmad al-Yasri. “Buy a parcel for IQD6 million or a bank note for IQD60,000,” al-Yasri writes on Facebook. A parcel is a bundle of American bank notes amounting to US$10,000 and a bank note refers to a US$100 note. But the amount that the man is selling the currency for does not equate to current exchange rates. Six million Iraqi dinars only add up to around US$5,000. And six thousand Iraqi dinars only equal around US$50. There is even a video accompanying the post which shows a surfeit of bank notes. Al-Yasri says he is trapped in another country with all the cash and cannot move it, which is why he is trading it for half of its value. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    01-14-2018, 07:28 AM
    Germany now UNMAS’ largest contributor for clearance of explosive hazards in IraqThe United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) welcomes an additional contribution of € 17 million ($20.2 million) from the Government of Germany towards survey and clearance of explosive hazards in support of humanitarian and stabilization initiatives. The overall contribution, totalling € 44.2 million ($52.5 million) since 2016, makes the Government of Germany the most significant donor to UNMAS in Iraq. The recent contribution of € 10 million to enable Humanitarian efforts and additional € 7 million to enable Stabilization initiatives is timely as the Government of Iraq seeks to facilitate the return of over more than three million people to their homes in liberated areas. UNMAS will focus on risk education and clearance of public spaces to support the safe, dignified and voluntary return of Iraqis as well clear critical infrastructure providing electricity, water, health and education services. Activities will be focussed in Anbar, Salahadin, Kirkuk and Ninewa Governorates. The conflict with ISIL in Iraq has resulted in complex and extensive explosive hazard contamination and has displaced more than three million people since 2014. Explosive hazards present a significant risk for individuals returning to their communities, as well as those providing the initial response, especially in urban areas where explosive items are buried in rubble and debris from collapsed buildings. Humanitarian actors are challenged to safely provide assistance and people have been forced to abandon their homes due to explosive hazards. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    01-14-2018, 07:28 AM
    By Mustafa Saadoun for Al Monitor. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.* Iraq is upping its efforts to restrict the public’s access to weapons, which will be a daunting task given the prevalence of weapons on the market and their wide exchange on social media. When the country’s top Shiite cleric, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, demanded Dec. 15 that the government escalate operations to put all weapons under its control, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced a plan to do just that. At times in the past, sales were blatant and widespread; after the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003, weapons were sold on the streets in most Iraqi cities. That’s no longer the case — but now dealers have the internet. Facebook and other social media platforms have become hubs for the weapons trade. Although arms dealing is illegal in Iraq, dealers started using social media when the Islamic State invaded the country. When Mohamed Akram wanted to buy a weapon, he searched Facebook. After about an hour, he was able to purchase a Kalashnikov rifle from a group that otherwise focuses on car sales. Although the name of the group has nothing to do with weapons, it actually promotes their sale along with shoes, personal-care items and miscellanea including hair tonic. “Many people recommended that I search on Facebook and look for available weapons,” Akram, who lives in the al-Hurriya neighborhood north of Baghdad, told Al-Monitor. “I didn’t find any other way to buy weapons, many people buy from these groups.” Anyone can ask to join such groups, and once the group administrator approves a request, a new member can buy and sell weapons. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    01-13-2018, 05:34 PM
    GardaWorld, a global leader in comprehensive security and risk management, has made its weekly security report available to Iraq Business News readers. Prepared by GardaWorld’s Risk Analysis Team in Iraq, this essential report includes short- and medium-term outlooks on the security situation, reports and commentary on recent significant events, and a detailed overview of developments across the country. Please click here to download the latest report free of charge. For more information on how GardaWorld’s services can support your business in Iraq, please contact Daniel Matthews, Senior Director Iraq, at daniel.matthews@garda.com Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    01-13-2018, 07:00 AM
    This article was originally published by Niqash. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of*Iraq Business News. By Narim Rostam. For lawyers working on sensitive cases, especially corruption cases, in Iraqi Kurdistan, death and other threats are just part of the job. On New Year’s Eve in the district of Bakhtiari, in Iraqi Kurdistan, there was gunfire at local lawyer Omar Tawfik’s house. But this hail of bullets was not celebratory. Tawfik believes he was targeted by unknown assailants and blames those who previously threatened him. Tawfik received these threats because he was involved in a complex court case, that started in 2012 but has yet to be resolved, around corruption involving land sales and senior politicians and administrators. The case saw the arrest of the then-mayor of Sulaymaniyah, Zana Hama Salih, who died in mysterious circumstances while in custody. Tawfik says he knew he would be threatened as a result of this case – even though he hasn’t been able to make much difference, he says. The fact that those working in the legal profession are threatened is nothing new in Iraqi Kurdistan. However recently the frequency of the threats and attacks seems to have increased. Last year, many local lawyers said at one time or another, that they were threatened. But not many of them want to chase those who harass them nor do they like disclosing the details of the threats. This is a worldwide phenomenon – lawyers are often threatened but they don’t often report the threats to the police. In fact, details released by the Kurdistan Bar Association say that out of their 9,000 or so members, only 7 were threatened last year. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    01-13-2018, 07:00 AM
    “As humanitarians, we have a collective responsibility to prevent and safely respond to sexual abuse and exploitation in Iraq,” said Jennifer Emond, a UNFPA specialist on the subject, during a training programme in Iraq. Risk of sexual exploitation and abuse escalate during times of crisis. Community protection systems are disrupted when populations are displaced, and breakdown in law enforcement enable perpetrators to abuse with impunity. Under conditions of deprivation and fear, people with power – even aid workers – may coerce others into sexual relationships in exchange for food, medicine or safety. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and its partners are working to end these abuses through a range of actions known as “protection from sexual exploitation and abuse” (PSEA). UNFPA and the World Food Programme (WFP) are together co-chairing the Iraq Network to Protect from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse. For the last two months, UNFPA and its PSEA network partners have been training humanitarian workers across Iraq on the principles of PSEA, including how to prevent abuses and respond if they occur. “So far, we have trained up to 400 humanitarian workers in Sulaymaniyah, Dohuk, Baghdad, Basra, Soran and Erbil,” Ms. Emond said. Those aid workers will themselves act as trainers, reaching out to hundreds more with critical information that can improve protections for vulnerable populations. Improving reporting and protections The trainings help humanitarian staff understand how sexual exploitation and abuse can occur in different scenarios, as well as the consequences for survivors, the community and all humanitarian actors. Participants are taught to understand the power imbalance between aid actors and vulnerable populations, and to realize what behaviour is not acceptable. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    01-12-2018, 05:57 PM
    You must be very proud of that shithole president of yours...
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  • jonas's Avatar
    01-12-2018, 04:21 PM
    Spacetuna, you sound like a very wise person and investor, and the advise stated above about the oil companies is a very good move. I do hope I didn't come across disrespectful in my last comment, if so I apologize. However, I am sure you remember when there was a time in history when after the war it was not a good idea to invest in Europe, or how foolish it would be to invest in a communistic state like China. We both know well enough that the bad news coming out of Iraq will soon turn to good business news when the time is right. We both also know that it is during the bad news phase that Wall Street is making their investments on the ground while it is cheap. By no means am I risking my life by landing and entering the green zone where all the business is done in Iraq. If the green zone is not safe that means the government of Iraq has collapse and the US military has failed after all money and lives lost. I have faith in the might of this country as you do. You know very well that investing in anything is risky, but fortune follows the bold and wise. You out of all, I would have loved to be in business with.
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  • spacetuna's Avatar
    01-12-2018, 03:40 PM
    Hi Jonas, I wish you luck as well... I just wanted to let you know about other options that are out there. I'm already in the ISX and it hasn't done a whole lot for me and this has.
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  • jonas's Avatar
    01-12-2018, 03:29 PM
    Look, this was an offer to start an Iraqi investment company with those that are not ruled by fair of what they hear from fake news outlets. Specially when you have contacts telling you otherwise. I wish you all the success on the US Exchange, but there are other exchanges to invest in around the world. The focus here is the ISX. Also, remaining at home will not guaranty you a long and safe life - when its your time to go believe me, there will be nothing that can safe you.
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