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    Today, 02:03 PM
    By John Lee. The United Nations has advertised new positions in Iraqi Kurdistan: Media Coordinator, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) Head of Programme, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) Monitoring and Evaluation Manager, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) Finance Controller, International Rescue Committee (IRC) Livelihoods Program Manager, International Rescue Committee (IRC) Operations Director, Mercy Corps Education Programme Manager, Save the Children Senior Resettlement Assistant, UNAMI (Source: UN) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 02:03 PM
    By John Lee. The United Nations has advertised new positions in Iraq: Evaluation of UN Women’s Leadership, UN Women – United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women Security and Humanitarian Access Coordinator, International Rescue Committee (IRC) Senior Child Protection Manager, International Rescue Committee (IRC) Nutrition Coordinator, International Rescue Committee (IRC) Humanitarian Access and Security Coordinator, International Rescue Committee (IRC) Senior Health Manager, International Rescue Committee (IRC) Head of Programme Operations (HPO), Save the Children Education Programme Manager, Save the Children Head of Programme Operations, Save the Children (Source: UN) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 02:03 PM
    By John Lee. The Islamic State group (IS, ISIS, ISIL, Daesh) has reportedly laundered its cash reserves by investing in legitimate businesses in Iraq and elsewhere. According to a report from The Economist, in Iraq it has used middlemen to buy farms, car-dealerships, hotels and hospitals. It adds that weak institutions and rampant corruption make it hard for Iraq to tackle the problem. Read the full article from The Economist here. (Source: The Economist) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 04:15 AM
    Tried several Aol, Yahoo, still nada!
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    Today, 04:10 AM
    2004! The days of Jerry and Aunt Gwennie AND long before Clay75 lol!
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    Today, 01:14 AM
    I joined in 2007 but was a chronic lurker from 2004....still waiting for the elusive RV.
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    Yesterday, 02:55 PM
    By Ahmed Tabaqchali (pictured), CIO of Asia Frontier Capital (AFC) Iraq Fund. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. ‘It’s Not the Donations, Stupid’: Key Points from the Kuwait Conference With a few exceptions, the coverage of the “Kuwait International Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq” has been confusing at best, ranging from those who thought it was a failure for raising far less than needed to those who thought that that it was a reasonable success for raising a third of what was needed. These thoughts were not helped by an Iraqi delegation that was focused on presenting a shopping list of projects that would need $88bn in financing. In the end, it was reported that Iraq received pledges of $30bn in loans and guarantees, just over a third of the required total. Lost in all of this is the significant document “Reconstruction & Development Framework” that the World Bank Group (WBG) prepared with the Iraqi Ministry of Planning (MoP), as well as the IMF’s work on Iraq and its presentation at the conference. The first is a comprehensive analysis of the reconstruction requirements across all sectors of the country and provides plans for short-, medium- and long-term reconstruction needs within the framework of a long-term recovery for the country. In combination with the second, they provide the structure for funding the reconstruction effort. The key takeaway is that the Government of Iraq (GoI) is realistic in its expectations that external sources of financings will be small, and therefore it expects to utilize its own resources over the next five years for the required reconstruction. Please click here to download Ahmed Tabaqchali’s full report. Mr Tabaqchali (@AMTabaqchali) is the CIO of the AFC Iraq Fund, and is an experienced capital markets professional with over 25 years’ experience in US and MENA markets. He is a non-resident Fellow at the Institute of Regional and International Studies (IRIS) at the American University of Iraq-Sulaimani (AUIS). He is a board member of the Credit Bank of Iraq. His comments, opinions and analyses are personal views and are intended to be for informational purposes and general interest only and should not be construed as individual investment advice or a recommendation or solicitation to buy, sell or hold any fund or security or to adopt any investment strategy. It does not constitute legal or tax or investment advice. The information provided in this material is compiled from sources that are believed to be reliable, but no guarantee is made of its correctness, is rendered as at publication date and may change without notice and it is not intended as a complete analysis of every material fact regarding Iraq, the region, market or investment. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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