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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 06:26 PM
    bad choice for the usa
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 05:07 PM
    Requiring official circles to accept the instruments of private banks deliver a widely welcomed Iraq - banknotes, Baghdad, February 2011 x Iraq - banknotes, Baghdad, February 2011 04/24/2014 The earlier decision of the Economic Commission reactions characterized by welcoming in economic circles. The executive director of the Association of private banks, ultra-Nasser Hassan Radio Free Iraq, said the decision "will serve to guide local private sector companies and foreign towards the private banks in their dealings with ministries and government agencies, and this should prevent routine withdrawal of instruments of ratification of the government banks. " explained Director of Planning and financial management in the Ministry of Finance Hilal Taan his part that "the decision to compel government institutions to adopt instruments of private banks step will strengthen the confidence of the official banks own, and contribute to raise their capital. " But the vice president of the Federation of Iraqi businessmen Bassem Jamil Anton pointed out that "the government departments do not still refuses to adopt instruments issued by private banks, "while stressing" the need to follow the decision to commit ministries and official bodies to accept those instruments "in order to avoid the possibility of the occurrence of corruption and support for the private sector. " On the other hand called economic expert Abdirahman Mashhadani private banks to "exercise caution and precision in their dealings with government agencies, to earn their trust. " According to the Association of private banks in Iraq now 27 licensed banks waged increase their capital to 250 billion Iraqi dinars. http://www.iraqhurr.org/content/article/25361465.html
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  • ronald h. isbell's Avatar
    Today, 04:41 PM
    I understand that the road to hell is paved with good intensions, but it's OK as long as they can blame it on the USA... thanks Guardian
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  • The Hawk's Avatar
    Today, 04:35 PM
    Where do you think all that missing money went to? From the UN to the White House. He gave a lot of gifts. A LOT OF GIFTS.
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  • HotRod's Avatar
    Today, 03:21 PM
    Russ... No point in sugar coating the truth about Maliki... Go ahead and tell it like it really is... Thanks guardian. Short but to the point article :cool:
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  • breezin's Avatar
    Today, 01:17 PM
    Absolutely agree Guardian ! Thanks for the post Harry
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  • Fayette's Avatar
    Today, 12:50 PM
    Thanks for the post guardian. This is right on about the Buffoon-In-Chief al Maliki !!!
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  • guardian's Avatar
    Today, 12:17 PM
    Foreign Policy In Focus Maliki: One of the Wrongest Horses the U.S. Ever Backed Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki may not be as bad as Saddam Hussein, but he’s only slightly less worse. By Russ Wellen, April 24, 2014. Iraq’s Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. Image Wikimedia Commons In yet another definitive piece for the New Yorker titled What We Left Behind, Dexter Filkins writes about Iraq today, especially Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who the United States helped install. Many Americans blame Iraqis for killing their fellow citizens simply because they’re of a different sect of Islam. But we need to remember: besides perpetrating a huge amount of the violence ourselves, by invading Iraq the United States effectively freed an evil genie ― excuse any cultural insensitivity the metaphor may conjure up ― out of its bottle. When it subsequently rampaged across the land wreaking death and destruction, the United States took little responsibility for catching it and stuffing it back in. The best that can be said for the United States is that when it left Iraq, the murderous sectarian strife between the Sunnis and Shiites had lowered in intensity. But Shiites have been protesting against Maliki’s Shiite government and he has responded with a heavy hand that has sparked violence on a scale that harkens back to the worst of when the U.S. was still there. Filkins writes: When Maliki became Prime Minister, some Iraqis hoped that he might help unify the country. He brought members of parliament into his coalition by promising to reach out to Sunnis and Kurds. But, far more often, Maliki used his position to continue the war for the Shiites, fighting what he sees as an irreconcilable group of Sunni revanchists. Here’s an example of the resurgence in violence and how Maliki deals with dissidents. In 2011, shortly after the Americans left, he sent in troops to clear protesters from Ramadi. Anbar Province erupted, along with the rest of Sunni Iraq, and the violence has not ceased. A wave of car bombers and suicide bombers struck Baghdad; in January, more than a thousand Iraqi civilians died, the overwhelming majority of them Shiites, making it one of the bloodiest months since the height of the American war. In the effort to put down the upheaval, Maliki ringed the province’s two largest cities, Falluja and Ramadi, with artillery and began shelling. Another example: government responded savagely to the new round of protests. In April , after a soldier was killed in the Sunni town of Hawija, troops attacked an encampment of protesters there, killing at least forty-four people. In a televised speech, Maliki warned of a “sectarian war,” and blamed the violence on “remnants of the Baath Party.” Hundreds of Iraqis, most of them Sunni civilians, were killed as the crackdown continued. To an extent, Maliki is fighting yesterday’s war. Before the Iraq invasion, he engineered attacks against the hated Saddam from outside the country and is described by Filkins as obsessed. From the beginning, Maliki was fixated on conspiracies being hatched against him—by his Iraqi rivals, by the Baathists he imagined were still in the Iraqi Army, even by the Americans. A former American diplomat described it as “Nixonian paranoia,” adding, “We had a hundred and fifty thousand troops in the country, and he was obsessed that a few dozen former Baathists were going to try to overthrow him.” Yet, “Maliki has grown steadily more imperious, reacting violently to the slightest criticism. He often claims to have files on his rivals, filled with evidence of corruption and killings.” In fact Maliki has even resurrected a Saddam-era law that makes it a criminal offense to criticize the head of the government. He has filed defamation suits against scores of journalists, judges, and members of parliament, demanding that they spend time in prison and pay damages. In conclusion Among many Iraqis, the concern is that their country is falling again into civil war, and that it is Maliki who has driven it to the edge. On April 30th, Iraqi voters will go to the polls to choose a parliament and ultimately a Prime Minister; after eight years in office, Maliki is seeking a third term. … The recent violence, along with Maliki’s growing authoritarianism, has prompted many to imagine the future in the darkest terms. Maliki may not be as bad as Saddam Hussein, but he can scarcely be viewed as an improvement, only slightly less worse. http://fpif.org/maliki-one-wrongest-horses-u-s-ever-backed/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+FPIF%2Fblog+%28FPIF+Focal+Points+Blog%29
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 08:58 AM
    Expert warns of dollar smuggling after allowing companies to enter the conversion Auction Central BAGHDAD / Adil Kadhim Warned the economic expert Majid picture of allowing money transfer companies participating auction without tightly controlled currency, warning banks offload of U.S. currency. And said the picture that "money transfer companies in Iraq of 34 companies dealing with banks in specific ways for the dollar by switching Awanakd and allow it to enter the auction will facilitate the launch currency and actively participate Noting did not specify the ceiling uniform amounts granted to them from the U.S. currency censorship it will lose its effectiveness" . "If companies were uncensored and trace the modern methods in their dealings, it will lead to the leakage of money out of Iraq by goods Almohmah or ways to smuggle other as they reach the currency to people banned them or not known where they are uninformed sources of stability," and explained that the picture "central bank's move to allow these companies to enter the auction contains the first positive sides which facilitates the trading of the currency but the event of loss of control, it will lead to negative results and the tent is to offload the banks and the local markets of the dollar." The bank had announced to allow money transfer companies to participate ERA currency, stressing that this would contribute to the stability of the exchange rate permanently. The bank said in a statement that "the management of the bank has agreed to do money transfer companies to open accounts directly with the central bank dinar and the dollar to carry out procurement of foreign currency." The bank added that "this process will expand special events auction of foreign currency and contributes to the stability of the exchange rate permanently." http://www.uragency.net/economy/1224-2014-04-22-09-34-11.html
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 08:01 AM
    Director General of the Rafidain Bank confirms the possibility of going back to the reserves of the state in its administrative stroll 04/24/2014 14:27 Tomorrow's Press / Baghdad: The director general of the Rafidain Bank on behalf of Kamal al-Husseini, said Thursday that the state could go back to the reserves available to the Treasury Department in the Ministry of Finance and the use of part of it to walk administrative work until the adoption of the budget, blaming the MPs who walked out of the hearings responsibility for delaying the adoption of the budget . said Husseini for "tomorrow's Press", "The delay in approving the budget, the country's public displays of the Iraqi economy to heavy losses which endures deputies withdrew from parliament sessions when the inclusion of the bill." and added that "the Iraqi economy suffer significant financial losses every day delayed the approval of the general budget, "noting that" the budget is supposed to be approved in advance before 31 of the month in December of each year to launch the state in financial allocations and in the form that is appropriate for the time period specified for the implementation of projects. " and stressed that "the state could revert to its reserves and use part of it to walk administrative work, but not for the implementation of projects. " http://alghadpress.com/ar/news/12965/%D9%85%D8%AF%D9%8A%D8%B1-%D8%B9%D8%A7%D9%85-%D9%85%D8%B5%D8%B1%D9%81-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%81%D8%AF%D9%8A%D9%86-%D9%8A%D8%A4%D9%83%D8%AF-%D8%A7%D9%85%D9%83%D8%A7%D9%86%D9%8A%D8%A9
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:44 AM
    Rise in central bank sales of dollar Central Bank logo 04/24/2014 13:13 Tomorrow's Press / Baghdad: Sales of the Iraqi Central Bank of the dollar at an auction on Thursday on the sale and purchase of foreign currencies to hit 221.042 million dollars, compared with 171.559 million dollars was recorded at an auction yesterday, and a stable exchange rate in 1166 dinars per dollar. said the reporter, "Tomorrow's Press," said that "special bulletin ERA today showed that the overall demand for the dollar distributed by 72.405 million dollars at the exchange rate Dinara 1190 dinars per dollar, including the commission of the bank for cash sales, amounting to 24 dinars to the dollar one, while the value of foreign remittances 148.637 million dollars and the exchange rate was 1187 dinars per dollar, including the commission of the Iraqi Central Bank, amounting to 21 dinars per dollar. , adding that the number of banks participating in the auction today reached 16 banks did not make any of them contracts to sell the dollar . the Iraqi central bank held six sessions per week starting from Saturday to Thursday. http://alghadpress.com/ar/news/12962/%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%AA%D9%81%D8%A7%D8%B9-%D9%85%D8%A8%D9%8A%D8%B9%D8%A7%D8%AA-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A8%D9%86%D9%83-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%B1%D9%83%D8%B2%D9%8A-%D9%85%D9%86-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AF%D9%88
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    Today, 07:33 AM
    Citizens in Kirkuk, wondering where their ballots Citizens outside the office of the Electoral Commission in Kirkuk, asking for their cards x Citizens outside the office of the Electoral Commission in Kirkuk, asking for their cards Nihad al-Bayati 04/24/2014 Gathered citizens outside the office of the Electoral Commission for elections in Kirkuk to a question about the voter's card electronic not Ihsloh them. expressed citizens went to the UNHCR office for fear that lost their voice as received other two cards and one civilian and the other military. director of the UNHCR office in Kirkuk, Farhad Talabani stressed that 90 percent of voters Astelmo their cards while those who did not show their names have to wait until next June when the update process starts again. said Chairman of the Political Council in Kirkuk Abdulrahman singer Assi that the names of a lot of people from the villages and districts Arab appeared in places very far from places of residence, while there are families from Kirkuk, whose names appeared in Baghdad. Though some of the problems that have emerged here or there, observers noted that the provinces of Kirkuk, which saw a turnout early and broad centers receiving the electronic card. http://www.iraqhurr.org/content/article/25361061.html
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:28 AM
    Deputy warns against use of Central Bank reserves x Experts Afif 04/23/2014 Said a member of the Committee on Economy and Investment House that a failure to approve the law of the state budget for 2014 lead to the continuation of government's borrowing from the Central Bank of Iraq to cover the expenses of the investment budget, which could affect the Reserve Bank cash in hard currency. added Rep. Nora Salem in an interview with Radio Iraq free that the House had not seen the size of the amounts borrowed government so far until the adoption of the budget in 2014. , it said economic expert Majid picture that the central bank law does not allow the use of reserve funds of cash, despite the vacation law government borrowing from the Central Bank to be returned him money from the budget in 2014, while approval. In this context, he said economic expert Dargham Muhammad Ali that continued government borrowing from the central bank would hurt the Iraqi economy, calling on the House of Representatives to speed up adoption of the budget. http://www.iraqhurr.org/content/article/25359899.html
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    Today, 07:22 AM
    VP Biden in his last visit to Kurdistan region with President Barzani News / Kurdistan Biden’s three-region plan to be implemented in Iraq 23.04.2014 Hemin Salih BasNews, Erbil Before the start of the war in Fallujah and Anbar in central Iraq, a group of Americans visited the country and found it in such a condition that they predicted it could be never be at peace. In a popular new report published under the title “Sectarian War in Iraq Draws the Map of Three Regions”, Joe Biden, the US Vice President, has drawn up a plan for dividing Iraq into three regions. Before being appointed as Vice President of the United States, Senator Joe Biden proposed a plan to divide Iraq into three regions. New developments such as the escalating civil war in Anbar and Fallujah, the establishment of militias belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) in central Iraq, and the ongoing row between the Iraqi Government and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) over budget sharing and oil exports have increased the possibility of a division of Iraq after the 2014 Iraqi parliamentary election. Some analysts believe that, after the election, political parties in Iraq will not be able to form a government and that the Kurdistan Region will announce an independent Kurdish state. Kurdish leaders have stated their preference to have a confederation with an independent Kurdish state, rather than three divided regions in Iraq. Bakir Hama Sediq, the Iraqi MP from the Kurdistan Coalition List told BasNews that the instability in central Iraq and the KRG’s disagreements with the Iraqi Government hail the implementation of the Biden plan, adding that while the Kurds seek a confederation, the Sunnis want to ally themselves with the Kurds. Sediq further said that geopolitically, Iraq consists of three parts. In addition to this, the damaging policies pursued by the Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, have increased the popularity and likelihood of a split. Sediq believes that according to US reports, America knows that Iraq cannot survive as a united country, but still pretends to be against division. According to a recent American report, Turkey and Iran have no objection to the formation of a new Kurdish state, and would actually benefit from it. The recent strategic energy agreement between the Kurdistan Region and Turkey is one of the factors that have encouraged Turkey to accept an independent Kurdish state. Kurdish leaders now believe that rather dividing Iraq, they would prefer to have confederation status with Iraq. Muaed Tayib, the speaker of Kurdistan Coalition List in the Iraqi Parliament told BasNews that Kurdish leaders support the division of Iraq under the condition that a referendum is held in the disputed areas to decide whether those areas should join the Kurdistan Region or remain as part of Iraq. As Kurds, they do not believe in the sovereignty of the central government in Iraq. He further said that Kurds believe that if three separate regions in Iraq are created, relations between them will strengthen. Tayib urged that federalism has failed in Iraq and that the Kurdistan Region now wants to become an independent state. Kamil Dlemi, the Iraqi MP from Anbar province said that unfortunately the Joe Biden plan is being implemented by Nouri al-Maliki, and that his wrong decisions are leading to the division of Iraq. http://www.basnews.com/en/News/Details/Biden-s-three-region-plan-to-be-implemented-in-Iraq/18432
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:16 AM
    Baghdad owes more than $4 billion to oil companies in Kurdistan 23.04.2014 Shwan Barzinji BasNews, Erbil When the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) announced that they would export 100,000 barrels of oil per day through the Federal Government without any pre-conditions, the Iraqi Acting Minister of Finance, Safa al-Din Al-Safi, said that the Federal Government had agreed to pay the money owed to oil companies working in the Kurdistan Region. Safi said that according to the KRG, the money owed to the oil companies in the Kurdistan Region amounts to 18 trillion IQD, and that the Federal Government has decided to pay the amount in full. In this way, the Kurdistan Region’s 2014 budget from Iraq has been increased from 16 trillion IQD to 20 trillion IQD. KRG Deputy Finance Minister Rashid Tahir told BasNews that one of the main reasons for the talks between the KRG and Baghdad was to agree on an additional 4 trillion IQD for oil companies in the Kurdistan Region to be included in the Region’s 2014 budget. “We believe it was a good decision from the Federal Government, and it was one of the important points in our discussions with Baghdad,” said Rashid. He noted that Baghdad has not paid the oil companies working in the Kurdistan Region over the last two years, and that the amount – $4.2 billion – is a problem in itself. Due to technical problems, the export of 100,000 barrels of oil per day from the Kurdistan Region through Baghdad was delayed, said Rashid. The Iraqi Deputy Finance Minister Fazil Nabi rejected the reports that the Kurdistan Region’s budget had been increased, saying the bill for the oil companies should be paid by the Federal Government. Kurdistan Oil website editor Bilal Saaed told BasNews: “the bill owed to oil companies in the Kurdistan Region has amounted to $4.2 billion over the last two years. During this period, out of 1 trillion IQD, only 560 billion IQD has been given to the KRG for oil companies in the Kurdistan Region.’’ Saaed also pointed out that the amount of money that the KRG has asked for from the Federal Government is not much compared to the amount of oil exported, but it depends on Baghdad’s agreement whether the KRG agrees to export oil through SOMO Company. Member of the finance committee in the Iraqi parliament Najiba Najib said to BasNews: “What the financial minister of Iraq is saying is a tactic and deception. The four trillion Iraqi dinars should be given from Iraq’s budget, not the budget of the Kurdistan Region.” http://www.basnews.com/en/News/Details/Baghdad-owes-more-than--4-billion-to-oil-companies-in-Kurdistan/18391
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:10 AM
    Iraqis and Change 4/24/2014 0:00 The heart of the Iraqi will go the political blocs to the polls, and the judgment and ruling this time the Iraqi people and not the prime minister disputed the weighted functions and powers and capable of solution because of the size of the political problem in Iraq!. This time it will be the Iraqis on a date with a real democracy by choosing from which either a majority Political demanded by the "rule of law" or return to the partnership and national unity against the backdrop of the need Iraqi nation of unity, solidarity and national reconciliation demanded by national powers again, and it will be the Iraqis this time the most capable to diagnose the social and economic interests and the security and the need for the country to development and development more than ever ever, because they knew democracy and identified on the ballot paper as become aware of who is who represents their choice in life and seeks them to death!. even be clear to say that of seeking and trying to drag Iraqis to death is corruption and terrorist groups, murderers and criminals and criminal record of who Fezhm our people Iraqi national forces and not competing. I am for all the national forces that operate on the citizen and the development and investment, infrastructure and complete the run to build the Iraqi state (citizen) to (state law) to the (Liberal) to (united) to (Arab) and (national) and all the actors in the Iraqi society, It is fancy, we mean one of the competing political blocs is important that we respect all the political forces that have worked in the context of national struggle days of the Iraqi opposition are still working on the state and society and get Iraq out of the crisis to the ranks of the Arab community and regional levels as a sovereign state is real. Iraqis go to the polls In memory scene Iraqi governments, which began gradually in the relationship with the Iraqi citizens since the collapse of the dictatorial regime of Iraq by the U.S. decision to overthrow Saddam, no doubt that the Iraqis realize that the development of the state and its strength and vigor does not stop at the official and the ruling political forces to participate in the state's decision, but stops have a Co strongly in the coming of the ruler and the administrator of the state of national partnership. Iraqis are material date the first and the nucleus that moves itself as part of an ongoing process not bow down to the evolution of a security negative and do not back down because of the gift of black coming from the west or the east, this has raised the process of targeting the University of Imam al-Kadhim in the neighborhood of Ur phrase of popular perceptions in this regard, including particularly the insistence of the people on the advent of a strong government that stands in the face of the security file with courage and begin the process of preparing the kit to eradicate terrorist networks vessels deployed in Iraq. process Ur district confirmed that the Iraqi Sizhvon to the polls to elect a government that can realize the government's mistakes that preceded it in the context of the issue of security and declining security performance, until he reached the terror to the neighborhood of Ur and the fear of his arrival to the rest of the capital similar operations which is not pleasing to our people, never. realistic .. citizen is the focus of the change and not the impact of blocs and political parties on the evolution of the political process and the mood of the street is Governor, it is imagined that the issue is subject to the whim of the ruling or have influence on the decision, the state and the armed forces is the most important because the age of power no matter how great you will not be greater than the impact of power-driven street in a moment of anger, which is what we have seen in most parts of the Arab Spring that erupted more than a three years. said assertions of religious reference the need for active participation in the elections come in this context because of knowing references Besolh street and opinion, and the reference you want to through it to say that the street has the choice in Islamic law to choose a political system that wants to and not commandeered in creeds, sects and social philosophies or ways of priestly It is looking forward to seeing a national system glorious must be left choice in which the nation does not dictate the choice for people Fahbt statue fatwa to priestly church worthless was one day a reason to do the spring of Europe glorious against the actions of the church. while we were in the Iraqi opposition realized Mohamed Abdel Jabbar carp this sense he released the philosophy of choice after he felt that the rules of the Islamic Movement march and anaesthetized by factors dominate the party that used the glorious history to numb the elements and rules of the Islamic movement with a view to the continued generation of leaders incompetent in managing the political process at the time!. come for us to Nvelsv people's choice and educate the democratic mechanisms capable of secretion of historic leaders and leaders utter counterfeiters, a process that is not daunting as far as what you need to focus, integrity and condemns human values ​​and honest. http://www.alsabaah.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=69705
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    Today, 07:03 AM
    Iraq uses the organization «Pokerschool recession» to join the «wto» 4/24/2014 0:00 Baghdad Shkran Fatlawi meeting recommended atheist Thirty of the National Commission on Iraq's accession to the Organization (WTO) held in Geneva, the need to speed up the process of accession to the WTO and stand on the reasons for the slowdown in research and resolved. international expert d. Jamil al-Dabbagh said «morning»: The National Committee and chaired by the Minister of Commerce hired Organization "Pokerschool recession", an organization affiliated to the United Nations is located upon themselves to develop trade in the world, pointing out that the organization has shown its willingness to help Iraq and worked with the delegation to re-update the files that have already and provided, as well as help them speed up the read files Iraqi Special join and shorten the time necessary for it, where they take a long time starts from the Ministry of Communications, through trade and other stakeholders. three files Dabbagh said that Iraq and since Aktrmen ten years working as an observer and is seeking in order to be a member of this organization, pointing out that he had submitted three files relating to obstacles art that stands in front of Trade TBT)) and file phytosanitary (SPS) and the file for agriculture ACC)) where examined these files with the Secretariat of the Organization. reasons for the slowdown , adding also discussed meeting in the reasons for the slowdown and in particular legislation Respecting the Laws domestic and foreign trade as well as legislation relating to intellectual property and slow legislation on file services, particularly telecommunications. Dabbagh pointed out that Iraq's accession to the WTO will yield multiple benefits, including, for example, expand the areas of check-in to get the good commodity at a reasonable price as well as consumer protection products poor and shoddy or harmful to health as well as increased employment opportunities after increasing exports and expanding investments. http://www.alsabaah.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=69735
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  • ronald h. isbell's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:30 PM
    HEY!! Maliki Can you here us now?? thanx harry
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  • guardian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
    Thanks harry! More confirmation, especially about the coins! Seems like with all the election chaos going on, the CBI is still moving forward!
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