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  • calstar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:22 PM
    calstar replied to a thread Profits in Splits, Free & Paid Shares
    Lets keep are fingers crossed on this. :rolleyes:
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  • James's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:12 PM
    James replied to a thread Profits in Splits, Free & Paid Shares
    Sounds good Calstar. I hope to purchase a few more bank stocks to offset my Warka shares. ( i doubt I will see those again) Maybe getting a few shares at under .20 and waiting for $1.00 will make up for some losses along the way.
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  • calstar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:04 PM
    calstar replied to a thread Profits in Splits, Free & Paid Shares
    The online service is simply a way for you to view your shares (holdings) with real time prices. So your daily balance can change daily. The service will also provided your account balance and transactions. (current balance of dinar, dividends deposited) Yes I have dividends deposited into my Al Karmal account If I need to purchase or sell shares I email a form to Al Karmal and it happens the next trading day.I will have to contact Mr Ajina I able to view my account. Hopefully soon all stocks will be activated when they go international. Thanks James.
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  • James's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:33 AM
    James replied to a thread Profits in Splits, Free & Paid Shares
    The online service is simply a way for you to view your shares (holdings) with real time prices. So your daily balance can change daily. The service will also provided your account balance and transactions. (current balance of dinar, dividends deposited) Yes I have dividends deposited into my Al Karmal account If I need to purchase or sell shares I email a form to Al Karmal and it happens the next trading day.
    6 replies | 130 view(s)
  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:27 AM
    UNDP and Denmark Support Mid – Level Police Management Training in Iraq for Citizen Service Oriented Policing On 11 November 2018 UNDP and Danish National Police started the first of a series of Mid-Level Police Management Training Courses for the Local Police in Iraq. The courses are developed and delivered in close collaboration with the Ministry of Interior’s Training and Qualification Directorate. Each course duration is three weeks and, a total of 300 police officers from liberated and, other provinces in Iraq are expected to benefit from the training. The key objectives of the course are to: advance the implementation of the Local Police Road Map and, its reform priorities through leadership development at both national and provincial levels. motivate police mid-level leadership to lead Iraqi police transformation from a fighting force to a public security service in post – ISIL Iraq with modern managerial techniques and, skills in-line with national and international standards. The Danish Ambassador Gert Meinecke expressed, that he hopes “the training courses will contribute to successful transformation of the Local Police Service Road Map into tangible action on the ground”. Wishing all participants a successful course the Danish National Police Commissioner, Jens Henrik Hoejbjerg said: “Danish police have a lot to offer internationally. Therefore, I am pleased that Danish police officers will be responsible for the training of mid-level police managers for the Iraqi police. I have no doubt that we can contribute to the fact that both the Iraqi police and the Iraqi communities continue to move forward and develop”. UNDP Acting Country Director Gerardo Noto added: “… improving Local Police Service is an identified key priority within the Government of Iraq’s ongoing Security Sector Reform Programme under the system priority Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement that is supporting by UNDP and International Partners. “Therefore, leadership development is a key precursor in the overall implementation of the Government’s Security Sector Programme as a fundamental pillar for rule of law and building sustainable peaceful societies.” UNDP is grateful to Denmark for its generous funding and, for the highly experienced police trainers to conduct the Mid – Level Management Courses to Iraqi Police. (Source: UNDP) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:27 AM
    By Harith Hasan, for Carnegie Middle East Center. Adel Abdul-Mahdi was a compromise candidate as prime minister, that’s his major problem. A few weeks before he was sworn in as Iraq’s new prime minister on October 21, ‘Adel ‘Abdul-Mahdi wrote a commentary saying he would refuse the position because “the right conditions for success not in place.” Even if the political factions supported him, he continued, they would soon reverse course once he started tackling serious problems in a way they deemed harmful to their interests. Abdul-Mahdi specifically mentioned reforms such as moving Iraq away from a rentier to a productive economy, ending the country’s centralized governance system, fighting endemic corruption, developing public institutions, and promoting the rule of law. Click here to read the full story. (Source: Carnegie Middle East Center) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 09:27 AM
    By John Lee. Companies are reportedly relocating from the Kurdistan Region to rest of Iraq in an effort to avoid taxes and customs duties which the Iraqi government charges on goods exported to southern Iraq. According to Kurdish media network Rudaw, the Baghdad government considers goods produced in Iraqi Kurdistan to be foreign, and subject to import duties. Mustafah Zubeir, of the KRG Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Directorate General of Industrial Development, is quoted as saying that about 100 factories have left Kurdistan for Baghdad to avoid this issue. More here. (Source: Rudaw) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 09:27 AM
    By*Salam Zidane for Al Monitor. Any views expressed here are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.* Can Abdul Mahdi make Iraq’s grand plans a reality? New Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi recently submitted an ambitious development and financial plan to parliament, but his proposals*will face major challenges —*namely a lack of revenues, spreading financial and administrative corruption, a weak administrative system and a struggling private sector. Abdul Mahdi, who*was sworn in Oct. 24, has*held important economic positions in the past. He was Iraq’s finance minister in 2004 and oil minister in 2014. In*articles he published*in his*Al-Adala newspaper, he portrays*himself as an economist capable of addressing the country’s crises. His ministerial platform*focuses*on 15 points to stimulate the investment environment, aid the market economy, develop*the oil industry and*find*international sources of funding to support more than 100 national development projects. Click here to read the full story. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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