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    Post Central Bank gets New Governor

    By John Lee.
    The Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, Ali Mohsin Ismail (pictured), has been appointed Governor o the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI), replacing Dr Abdulbasit Turki [Abdul Basit Turki Saeed].
    His position as GSCOM is to be filled by Dr. Hamed khalaf Ahmad.
    Mr Ismail said he was leaving his former position with full confidence and trust in his successor.
    (Source: Iraqi Govt)


    Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com.

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    step 1) RV currency

    step 2) Give Warka back their money and relisted em on the ISX

    step 3) Approve NASDAQ and other foreign companies to allow trading ISX shares internationally

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    My opinion....

    Quote Originally Posted by Investors Iraq News View Post
    By John Lee.
    The Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, Ali Mohsin Ismail (pictured), has been appointed Governor o the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI), replacing Dr Abdulbasit Turki [Abdul Basit Turki Saeed]
    In my opinion, this is exceptionally good news. I was wondering when they were going to replace Turki. During the formation of the new PM's government and cabinet ministers, there were some people already saying that Turki had to go. It seems he was appointed by Al Maliki during that regime with the intended mission of blocking any attempt at revaluation of the currency, which was long overdue.

    Just my two dinars worth.

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