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    Today, 03:58 AM
    By John Lee. The Trade Bank of Iraq (TBI) has reported that it has achieved a “robust growth” in revenues and in key financial areas during 2019, for another consecutive year with its consistent performance, preliminary report released by the bank for the financial year during 31/12/2019. In a statement, the bank said it posted a net profit of USD 556 million in 2019, an increase of 68% from 2018, on revenues of USD 673 million, which grew by 12% over the previous year. It continued: “Financial unaudited statements for the year ending 31st December 2019 reveal enhanced financial strength of TBI as a consequence of incessant improvements throughout the year in key sectors, including gross revenue and total assets. “The total assets of TBI grew to USD 29 billion in 2019 thereby recording an increase of 27% As a preliminary comparison to 2018. “Primary results the resilient earnings and improved asset base have earned TBI multiple awards at the recently held The Banker Awards 2019 in London. “The bank granted loans during 2019 to the tune of USD 434 million, the 2019 bank’s efforts made to lift the Iraqi economy and social development during the year through loans aggregating USD 1.9 billion for various Iraqi governmental and public sector projects in energy, industrial, agricultural and commercial sectors, assisting them in achieving further growth of the Iraqi economy “TBI is currently working on expanding its network domestically & Internationally to diversify the sources of revenue from retail banking in Iraq to international operations in order to achieve a 30% compounded annual growth rate envisaged in the bank’s business plan for 2020-23. “The bank opened its first branch outside Iraq last year in Riyadh, KSA and plans to upgrade its representative office in Abu Dhabi Global Market to enable it to conduct investment management and advisory activities.“ Faisal Al Haimus, Chairman & President of Trade Bank of Iraq, said: “Last year has been a good period for TBI and we have continued to support businesses and financial institutions to facilitate growth and expansion across many sectors. “We have achieved this success through prudent risk management and our aggressive technology-supported expansion strategy. “We will continue to thrust our technology-driven customer service initiatives in order to ensure more efficient and diverse services to our customers, reduce costs, and improve productivity. “As part of our strategic plan, we are aiming for bigger retail and international business to achieve a growth rate of 30% of our total revenues, year on year basis, in the next three years through new technology-driven, need-based product offerings and international expansion. “As TBI moves forward with its 2020-23 strategic plan that will take the bank higher, it will continue to play a pivotal and influential role in Iraq’s ongoing recovery.” (Source: TBI) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 03:58 AM
    Registration is now open for Tenth Iraq Day at the Mansion House on 30 March 2020Tenth Iraq Day at The Mansion HouseIBBC Spring Conference 2020‘Iraq – Open for Business’ 30 March, The Mansion House, LondonThis could be the year Iraq gets serious about reform and investment. For too long, Iraqi Governments have tinkered with reform, but with the protests, a growing population and a new government forming, there is a head of steam demanding change and jobs for young people. At this time in response, The IBBC Spring Conference, at the Mansion house, is convening the heavyweight players and institutions of Finance, Energy and Governance to articulate what is required for change. All the more important as a high turnout of Iraqi Minsters and Deputies, and UK officials and politicians are expected to attend and contribute to the debate throughout the morning sessions. During the afternoon, an interactive series of roundtables addressing University, Tech in Iraq, Women’s Group and a special Kurdistan Investment Forum are convening ahead of a reception at Eversheds Sutherland headquarters. For Iraqi businesses an additional day of hosting by the DIT, BEIS and British Chambers of commerce to engage and showcase British services and products for export. For companies operating in Iraq or considering the opportunities it offers, then this conference is bringing together many of the key decision makers and drivers of finance and the opportunity to talk directly with the key players including: BP, Shell, World Bank, Kurdistan Investment Authority, Arab bankers association, Ambassador of Iraq, UK Ambassador, Chevron, JP Morgan, National Bank of Iraq, PwC, Jordan Bank, EY, GSMA, and more confirming soon. Register hereMore information and speakers to be announced in the coming weeks. For more information, including sponsorship opportunities, email london@webuildiraq.org or telephone 020 7222 7100. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 03:58 AM
    By Omar Sattar for Al Monitor. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. Iraqi prime minister-designate faces pressure on Cabinet choicesThere are multiple challenges keeping Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi, recently named Iraq’s prime minister-designate, from forming the government of independent technocrats that he pledged. The first major hurdle is that some political blocs want to continue to hold onto their current level of representation in the Cabinet. Under the constitution, Allawi is required within 30 days to form a government and go to parliament to obtain a vote of confidence with an absolute majority of at least 165 out of 329 parliament members. Click here to read the full story. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 02:24 AM
    Did anyone noticed that once the IQD rate down the value of CRYPTO Currencies goes down as well
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    Today, 01:47 AM
    By John Lee. An article for Port Strategy has questioned whether Iraq’s huge Al Faw port project is it really necessary, or is just a ‘rice bowl’ for a select few enabled by dysfunctional government? “It appears to be a text book case study in a government and civil society short on technical and commercial competence as well as oversight and “checks and balances” but inventive and “entrepreneurial” when it comes to kickbacks and corruption“, the report suggests. Click here to read the full article. (Source: Port Strategy) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 01:47 AM
    A United Nations report published today finds that some children in Iraq are still unable to receive education in the aftermath of the territorial defeat of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant over two years ago, saying they cannot access schools or obtain key civilian documentation necessary for enrolment in state schools. The Right to Education in Iraq: The legacy of ISIL territorial control on access to education is jointly released by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq and the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. The report is based upon 237 interviews and group consultations with children, youth, parents and teachers in areas that were controlled by Da’esh/ISIL until their territorial defeat in December 2017. Several of those interviewed said that they could not move freely in and out of IDP camps due to restrictions on their movement, preventing them from daily activities such as attending schools outside the camps. One boy from a displacement camp in Ninewa Governorate said: “There is no future in the camp anyway, what am I going to do here? Why do I need an education for this life? It has been so long since we were at school, our minds feel closed to learning, some of us can no longer even read and write. We have no support to overcome these things. Even if I could take the exams, I would not pass them. I don’t see a future for myself.” The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said the importance of the right to education for children and young people cannot be overstated: “When the full enjoyment of this right is impaired for any reason, their lives and futures are severely impacted … Inclusive, quality education is not just a right in itself but it is essential for the full realisation of a range of other human rights. Education literally has the power to transform lives and make dreams come true.” While acknowledging the steps taken by the Government to ensure access to education, the report identifies two main challenges specific to the community. Firstly, the absence of appropriate programs aimed at reintegration of students into the state education system, particularly given that many have suffered a significant time gap in their schooling. Secondly, the impact that limited access to civil documentation is having on school enrolment. The report indicates that these issues have been compounded by the fact that many adolescents have now reached an age that where traditional primary or junior education may no longer be appropriate, that there are an insufficient number of schools or accelerated learning programmes, inadequate teaching hours, and movement restrictions. The report calls on the Government of Iraq to take measures to overcome existing administrative and security clearance challenges for children to obtain civil documentation and to revise existing provisions of accessible forms of education for children who have missed years of education due to ISIL control. The report was shared with the Government of Iraq and integrates comments received from the Ministry of Education, annexed to the report. “Access to education must be guaranteed for every Iraqi child,” said Danielle Bell, Chief of UNAMI Human Rights Office. “Alternatives for those who missed out on their school years due to conflict must be found.” For the Arabic version of the report, please click here For the English version of the report, please click here (Source: UN) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 06:56 PM
    Greetings all, In my own search for valid, and most of all reasonable information on our Dinar quest, along with info here, I have found this weekly Wednesday webcast by Trusts Unlimited to be the most level headed source, with a current perspective/forecast on the situation in Iraq happening right now. I am not promoting their product though, its just the summary at the very beginning that I find most informative, as far as their product sales pitch afterward though, you are on your own there. I will post a link below to this weeks podcast (there is no video, its just audio on this), and welcome your feedback. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yv1d-6G6NCc
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  • dollarsign's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:06 PM
    Thanks for your kind words ETA. To anyone who may have been encouraged to stay the course, and not give up, the pleasure has been mine. ​$
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  • ETA's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:59 PM
    . Absolutely./B] You started a journey long ago. For it is your full right of passage. I have been fortunate enough. To follow you And be with you in this journey. You are wise and see things others do not. So I step aside when you walk to the bar and buy first round. I am honoured to be able to buy the second round. Because our journey has been long. And to reward ourselves. By sticking to our beliefs. That's not been easy. And as you have told me. It takes a lot of mettle. We're not at the finish line yet. We will stay vigilant ... we know our time is coming. Honestly saying that you are the icing on the cake. You are top shelf. Your. Top Gun, It's been a great journey. ..it just would have not been the same without you. Again, thank you friend. You are top shelf.
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    Yesterday, 01:38 PM
    Information on how to access information from Dollarsign can be found at ngsmash@hotmail.com $
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    02-18-2020, 11:19 PM
    you'll have to get second round, I got the first! ​$
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    02-18-2020, 10:33 PM
    I do say... great choices gentlemen./B] One bottle of Hermitage cognac 43 year old from France and that will be neat, sir dollarsign a bottle of bourbon Woodford Reserve And that will be on ice for mr calstar It is my pleasure to say gentleman ...that this will be on the house. For this will be a special occasion will there be anything else ... perhaps a cigar....
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    02-18-2020, 06:05 PM
    Thanks guys I really appreciate the info.:cool:
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    02-18-2020, 06:03 PM
    Bourbon for me. :cool: Woodford Reserve with ice!
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  • dollarsign's Avatar
    02-18-2020, 05:56 PM
    I'll have mine "neat", no ice. XOs and older should in no way be diluted! ​$
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    02-18-2020, 03:51 PM
    You got to love this folks. The urgency of them moving forward has to tell you something's up. Now if we can just figure out what day is the bis committee meetings ? Might help us. In figuring out which way they're going and how fast they're moving. In my opinion, this is very promising. Okay where are you old time members and Speculators . What you say yea . Anybody want to Give their two cents.? The cognac is on ice.. its not far off.
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    02-18-2020, 02:23 PM
    The Central Bank of Iraq / the Mosul branch organized a meeting with government and private banks in Nineveh Governorate and the Association of Private Banks as well as electronic payment companies on February 10, 2020. The meeting included a lecture to promote the concept of financial inclusion, ATM and POS deployment mechanisms, updates to localization statistical indicators, RTGS and ACH system stats. The Central Bank of Iraq information Office 2/18/2020 They are actually following a schedule with a sense of urgency. More jammed into the first 18 days of Feb. than I've ever seen. $
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    02-18-2020, 01:40 PM
    Then... Issue: 9/5/154 Date: 12/31/2019 In addition to our two enumerators numbered (9/5/46 and 333), dated 2/3 and 5/8/2019, for the purpose of expediting the integration procedures, the following is decided: -1- Providing us with founding contracts certified by the Ministry of Commerce / Companies Registration Department attached to the letter of the completion of the procedures and merger decision issued by the Ministry above that includes the names of the previous shareholders and the number of shares for each of them for the purpose of giving you initial approval to switch from companies that mediate buying and selling foreign currencies to companies that mediate buying and selling Foreign currencies are a limited shareholder, providing us with colored and clear copies of their holdings and passports.2- With regard to exchange companies, category ( A ), new shareholders of the merged companies are not allowed to enter until after obtaining the final approval as a private share exchange company category ( A ) and granting the license to the company. The names of the previous shareholders, which should match the names of the shareholders in the merged companies, in order for you to be granted approval to add or change the shareholders until your companies are listed on the Iraq Stock Exchange.3- With regard to exchange companies, category ( B ), new shareholders of the merged companies are not allowed to enter until after obtaining the final approval as a category ( B ) exchange company and granting the license to the company. The previous shareholders, which should match the names of the shareholders in the merged companies, to be granted approval to add or change the shareholders. again, to be completed by Feb 2020 and NOW... Number: 9/5/74 Date: 17/2/2020 We confirm what was stated in our numbered number9/5/333 of 5/8/2019 and the attached requirements for granting the license to merging exchange companies for the two categories (A, B), paragraph (9) of it, including ( closing all accounts of brokerage firms buying and selling merged foreign currencies). Open at authorized banks with the exception of ( parent company ) accounts . Old timers will agree that the tempo of operations is faster than it's ever been. "soon" has disappeared from their statements/actions. $
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    02-18-2020, 12:59 PM
    Yes, indeed this is all great news that someone has shown evidence that Warka is responding finally, and confirms that the rumor Mr I was somehow separated from the bank are false. I am generating mail again now to request a reset myself and waiting to see a response as well. I am glad you were able to expand on your results Brazilerio, I would think we all here appreciate your input on this. It took me a few days to be able to access this web site again, as it appears to still be having issues of some sort. It was inaccessible on the web for the past 3 days here. I still am at a loss here to understand what is happening among the admin gods here, but its working today, and I wanted to say thank you to you.
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    02-18-2020, 01:26 AM
    Roadmap to Startup Iraq, your guide to register a startup in Iraq. It is a guideline for every entrepreneur in Iraq to know how to register her/his startup legally and know from A to Z the requirements of registration. It will show you why you need to register your startup, detailed road from reservation of the name to the memorandum of association and beyond. Contains addresses and contacts of the agencies shall be addressed during the road to registration. KAPITA’s research team aimed to set things clear for those willing to legally register their projects by comprehensively stating every essential detail about this matter to come up with a simplified guide, that’s freely accessible, easy to understand and has all in-depth knowledge needed. This guide is funded by the Embassy of the Netherlands and Orange Corners Baghdad, it has been written & proofread by professional researchers and experienced lawyers and it shall provide you with the information necessary to register your project in an obstacle-free & timely manner. ?????? ???????? ??????? ?? ??????, ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ?? ??????. ?? ???? ????? ??? ???? ????? ????? ????? ????? ????? ??????? ????? ?? ???????? ? ????? ????????? ??????? ??????? ?? ????? ??? ?????. ????? ?? ????? ?????? ????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ???? ?????? ???? ?? ??? ????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ?????. ????? ??? ?????? ? ???? ??????? ??????? ???? ??? ???????? ???? ???? ???????. ???? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????? ????? ??????? ???????? ?? ????? ??????? ?? ???? ??? ?? ???????? ??????? ??? ??? ??????? ? ????? ???? ?????? ?????? ? ????? ???? ?????? ???? ??????? ????? ??? ?????? ???? ????? ? ??????? ??? ???? ????????? ????????. ??? ?????? ???? ?? ??? ??????? ????????? ? ????? ?????? ????? ???? ?????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ?????? ??????? ??? ???? ? ????? ?? ???? ?? ???? ????????? ??????? ?????? ????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ???. Download Arabic Version Download English Version (Source: Kapita) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    02-18-2020, 01:26 AM
    UNESCO to begin work at Al-Tahera Church in Mosul UNESCO will soon start reconstruction of the Syriac Catholic Al-Tahera Church in Mosul, Iraq, that was severely damaged in 2017. More than a church, Al Tahera is a symbol of the diversity that has been the story of Mosul for centuries. An iconic symbol woven into the history of Mosul, Al-Tahera Church was built in 1859 and opened in 1862. The Church is located in the heart of the old city, formerly defined by the Ottoman city walls on the west bank of the Tigris River, opposite ancient Nineveh. Its multiple altars, dining room and two sacristy rooms set it aside from other churches of the same period. It already underwent renovation about 100 years after its construction. The reconstruction work is quite complex as large parts of its arcades were destroyed, as well as its external walls. In addition to the demolition of the remaining portions of its concrete roof, the early stages of work will require clearing rubble and removing landmines from the 650m2 site. Local contractors, under the supervision of skilled experts, are doing the work. UNESCO is fostering reconciliation and social cohesion in Mosul through the restoration and reconstruction of emblematic historical sites as part of UNESCO’s led international initiative “Revive the Spirit of Mosul”. The rehabilitation of this church is important not only because of its value as cultural heritage, but also as a testimony to the diversity of the city, a proud crossroads of cultures and a peaceful haven for different religious communities over the centuries. Students in the departments of archaeology, architecture and engineering of the University of Mosul will benefit from taking part in the process of restoration of the landmark buildings. This project is funded by the United Arab Emirates and beyond the rehabilitation of architectural landmarks, it includes: On the-job training for young professionals Strengthening the capacities of craftspeople (masons, carpenters, stone carvers, metalsmiths, etc.) Job creation opportunities Technical and vocational education (Source: UNESCO) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    02-17-2020, 12:53 AM
    By Dr Amer K. Hirmis. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. Public sector investment in Iraq – What strategic priorities for the new Prime Minister?Iraq is still in turmoil, four months since the Uprising, in October 2019. Meanwhile, Prime Minister (PM) Adel Abdul Mahdi resigned. Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi i has been appointed as PM-designate. Mr. Allawi has already been rejected by the Uprising, as an affiliate to the failed post-2003 ethno-sectarian political system. Political uncertainty thus continues, and with it investment decisions in the public and private sectors. Whoever the new PM may end up to be, two key challenges will face him; political and economic. On the political front, the new PM will need to prove, by action, that he has the will and determination to serve the Iraqi people, rather than bend to ethno-sectarian interests that have shaped politics and the economy post-2003. A system that normalised pervasive corruption, sidelined the rule of law, freedom of thought and expression, peaceful gathering and the right to protest. A system that, inter alia, stalled economic development, leading to high unemployment, and marginalised, if not atomised, millions of Iraqis living in poverty. On the economic front, the challenges are just as great as the political ones. The new PM will have only the near-term to rise to these challenges – possibly a major review of the current ‘Government Programme,’ the ‘Construction Council’ bill, and various economic “road maps” laid out by the current ‘Prime Minister’s Advisory Committee’ (PMAC), e.g. “vision 2030”, as well as comprehensive institutional reforms. He will need to draw together all these, and more, and produce a short-term realistic, rational and workable economic programme, on which more below. Simply put, the Uprising anticipates economic reforms that create new jobs, use oil revenues for investment in productive sectors of the economy, across the country and substantially reduces the size of government employment, of which the pay roll easily absorbs over 50 percent of the national budget. The Uprising also demands early general elections, ushering a process of defragmentation of the allegedly corrupt institutions, and observing good governance and the rule of law, amongst other reforms. Please click here to download Dr Hirmis’ full report in pdf format. Dr Amer K. Hirmis is Principal at UK-based consultancy CBS Ltd. (2008-present). In October 2009, Amer began a 20-months assignment as Senior Development Planning Advisor to the Ministry of Planning in Iraq (funded under the DANIDA programme for ‘peace and reconstruction’ in Iraq). The posts Amer has assumed include Chief Economist and Head of Policy at the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (1992-5), Economic Advisor to UK South West Regional Development Agency (1996-8) and Associate Director and then Head of Consulting and Research (Middle East) at the global firm DTZ (1998 to 2007). Dr Amer K Hirmis is the author of ‘The Economics of Iraq – ancient past to distant future’ https://www.amazon.com/Economics-Iraq-Ancient-distant-future/dp/1999824105] Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    02-17-2020, 12:53 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. It can be hard for young Iraqi graduates to get a job – in Iraq’s oil-dependent, rentier economy, the government still provides most of the employment and as the population grows, there simply are not enough jobs to go around. It’s one of the main reasons for current anti-government protests. One young Baghdad woman, Duha Mustafa Fadel, decided to forge her own path after graduation. She now has her own business, making natural soap and skin care products locally. She sells soap made with fennel, lemon, coffee, active coal, strawberry, honey and Moroccan clay, among other varieties, via Facebook and at drugstores and beauty clinics around the country. She told NIQASH how she got started, where she hopes to go and why there is hope for young Iraqis in the private sector. NIQASH: How did all this begin for you? Duha Mustafa Fadel: After I graduated, coming first in my class, I didn’t want to wait around for the government to offer me a job, as so many other people do. I worked for another company for a while and managed to save some money. Then I travelled to India with my husband – he was studying there – where I was introduced to all kinds of natural oils and where I joined a training on the manufacture of natural products. Upon my return to Iraq, I got started. I opened a small workshop in my own home and created two Facebook pages to market my products. One of the first people to contact me was a woman from Diwaniyah. She said she was interested in the products but couldn’t afford to pay to get them from Baghdad to Diwaniyah and asked if there was any chance I would open outlets in other parts of Iraq. So that’s what I did. NIQASH: What was the budget for your project? Fadel: Around US$3,400. That was what I could afford and I used the money to buy raw materials and workshop supplies. NIQASH: When you first started work, what were some of your biggest challenges? Fadel: Basically trying to build trust that it was a locally made product and that it was good. Shop owners that I tried to stock would ask me whether it was really made in Iraq, or if it was imported. When I told them it was made in Iraq, they were often reluctant. However when they did try it, they liked it a lot and would always order more. NIQASH: Did you do any research on the market or whether Iraqis even wanted something like this before you began? Fadel: Yes, I tried to do a feasibility study and when it comes to the tastes of customers, I started with what I liked first, and what people close to me liked. Then eventually, as the business grew, I began to get more insights into what customers wanted and I built my knowledge of the market that way. NIQASH: What sort of plans do you have for the future growth of your business? Fadel: I’d really like to open a proper factory in Iraqi Kurdistan to make soap and skin care products and then market them in Arab countries, and also internationally. I lived in Iraqi Kurdistan for two years and I have good contacts there. The conditions for opening a factory are easier up north too. NIQASH: A lot of other Iraqis would be looking at your success with admiration and they might possibly also want to ask you for a job. Where do you find your employees? Fadel: At first, a friend was helping me and as the business grew, I began to hire young female graduates. As our activities continue and grow, the number of staff should also increase. I’ve also been very lucky in that my husband and parents support my work unconditionally. NIQASH: What advice would you give to other Iraqi women who might be thinking about starting their own businesses? Fadel: I would advise them not to hesitate. I would advise them to work hard and to unleash their talents and creativity. The beginning is always hard but over time, things get easier and your business will grow, especially if you have done good advance planning and research. Women who become financially independent can be a source of pride for their families and, of course, for themselves too. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    02-16-2020, 07:18 PM
    Thank you I appreciate it. B
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    02-16-2020, 04:06 PM
    I use FireFox and added a "security exception" way back when the security message first started showing. Google "security exception" for whatever browser you use and you should find step by step instructions,,,
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    02-16-2020, 03:12 PM
    How did you access Warka Online? Is security upgraded.
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    02-16-2020, 12:27 PM
    I just logged into the warka site again to make sure I still had access and did not see anything related to the ISX...
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    02-16-2020, 02:53 AM
    Luna park and a multi-store Parking Garage / Babil provinceAccording to investment law no. 13 for the year 2006 as amended and its regulations, Iraq’s National Investment Commission (NIC) is pleased to announce the investment opportunity of constructing a Luna park and a multi-store Parking Garage on the land lot numbered 2/400 m 8 Alexandria- Babil Province (the total area of the land lot is 10 donum and 2 olks and 99 M ²) with adhering to the demarcated site on the sectoral design and the specified areas for the multi- store garage (7200 M² – 60 M * 120M) in addition to the area of the Luna park which ownership belongs to the Alexandria Municipality. Local and foreign companies willing to invest in this opportunity are invited to apply through filling in the Investment application form available on the NIC website: www.investpromo.gov.iq and provide all the documents mentioned in the application within (30) days from the date of publishing this announcement knowing that winning investor shall undertake the fees of local official newspapers announcements. For any further information please visit the NIC premises- Ones Stop Shop dept. located at Baghdad – IZ next to Avicenna Hospital) or send email to: oss@investpromo.gov.iq Required documents application form (stamped and approved by the Administration dept. of the National Investment commission) with a buying receipt of the application form Executive briefing Economic feasibility study Company establishment papers and its final records with a briefing of its work history (legal person) Copies of ID and passport of the investors (natural person) Copies of ID and passport of the company representative A list of the similar works previously implemented by the company or the investor (4 maximum) (Source: NIC) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    02-16-2020, 12:51 AM
    By Omar al-Jaffal for Al Monitor. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. Controversial new law could make Iraq’s early elections lateThe Iraqi parliament, under public pressure from months of widespread protests, has passed a new electoral law that still leaves protesters and parties representing Kurds and Sunni Arab areas far from satisfied. The law has yet to reach the president’s desk to be ratified. However, it’s not just the new law, approved Dec. 24 by the Iraqi federal parliament, that has ignited disputes between political parties, but also a controversial addendum relating to the organization of electoral districts. Click here to read the full story. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    02-15-2020, 10:03 PM
    DME Oman to Price Kuwaiti Crude Oil from February 2020 The move reinforces DME’s position as a key benchmark for Gulf crude oil Dubai, UAE – 25 December 2019: Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME), the premier international energy futures exchange in the Middle East, today announced that Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) will use the DME Oman Futures contract as a price reference for Kuwaiti crude oil exports to Asia from 1 February 2020 onwards. keep in mind that they share joint fields with Iraq, and the State Oil Marketing Organization (SOMO) sells Iraqi oil on this exchange. Further linkage... ​$
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