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Don961: 5 days ago ...
Will Iraq return to the old "coin"?
Business & Finance Monday , 19 August 2019 11:15
Baghdad / Sky Press
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Work is under way to return to the old coin, which has been used for decades in the country, parliamentary sources in Iraq said.
A member of the Finance Committee in the Iraqi parliament, Hanin al-Qadu: "We discussed with central bank officials the need to re-work coins that were used in Iraq during the past decades, rather than paper that is damaged and printed in large quantities again."
He added in a statement, today, that "the use of metal categories and their descent for trading gives a notional value of the currency, as a number of neighboring countries exchange rates are very high against the dollar, and yet it has a coin in order to maintain the monetary process, and no need to request more Papers especially in small categories. "
The dinar is the official currency in Iraq, and is issued by the Central Bank, and the dinar is divided into 1000 fils, but the high inflation rates in the late last century, caused the abandonment of coins from coins, which was coined in the category of fils where they are now out of circulation.
Economists believe that the cost of a coin is more than paper money, as well as that it is harder to carry on citizens, and the overheating in the economy prevents the minting of coins and make them in circulation.
At the time of Iraq's independence from the United Kingdom in 1932, the same year, the Iraqi dinar was replaced with the Indian rupee at the rate of 1 dinar = 13 rupees. link
Samson: Industry announces the conclusion of 200 contracts within a new production plan
24th August, 2019
Ministry of Industry and Minerals, Saturday, that the next phase will witness a transformation of the reality of national industry through the conclusion of nearly 200 partnership contracts over the past period with various state institutions and the private sector, which will contribute to the revival of the sector through the addition of new production lines.
A spokesman for the ministry, Abdul Wahid al-Shammari, said in a statement seen by the ministry that the doors of his ministry are "open to review the contracts concluded with the private sector and state institutions with the aim of enhancing production lines and upgrading the reality of industry after the majority of laboratories and factories have mixed cards." “The last period has witnessed the conclusion of his ministry 196 contracts distributed between partnership contracts with the private sector and referring some of them as investment opportunities.”
He added that his ministry "during the completion of the time limits for the contracts mentioned in various industrial disciplines, will shift to fill the market need for some goods and products that will be added by new production lines in order to move to self-sufficiency gradually."
Al-Shammari said that a number of ministries such as defense, electricity, oil, reconstruction and municipalities, as well as the secretariat of Baghdad and a number of other state institutions, have concluded with the ministry contracts to manufacture the various services needed, especially after the local production was characterized by consumer confidence and began to compete with the imported counterpart in terms of modernity and development. Technology, quality and quality.” LINK
Samson: The US State Department plans to reopen its consulate on the Danish island of Greenland
24th August, 2019
The US State Department plans to reopen the US consulate on the Danish island of Greenland.
The reopening of the Consulate in the city of Nooki (Greenland Center) is part of the US plan to increase the US presence in the Arctic, the ministry said in a letter to the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee.
The United States has "strategic interest in strengthening political, economic and trade relations in the Arctic," the department said.
The US State Department considers that this consulate will become "a very important element of the efforts to expand the US presence in the Arctic and will serve as an effective base for moving American interests in Greenland."
The United States opened its consulate in Greenland in 1940 after the beginning of the Nazi occupation of Denmark and was closed in 1953. The new US consulate in Newquay, Greenland, is scheduled to open next year and will have seven staff. LINK
Samson: Trump is ready to negotiate with Beijing following his decision to increase tariffs on its goods
24th August, 2019
US President Donald Trump said on Saturday after his decision to increase tariffs on Chinese goods he remained ready to negotiate with Beijing.
"Let's see, what happens, I'm always open to negotiations," Trump told reporters before heading to the airport for the G7 summit in France.
As of October 1, Trump will increase tariffs on Chinese goods worth $ 250 billion from 25 percent to 30 percent, Trump wrote on his Twitter account on Friday.
Trump said: "Customs duties on the rest of China's imports, worth $ 300 billion, which is scheduled to take effect on the first of September by 15% instead of 10%." This was in response to the new tariffs recently imposed by China.
On Friday, China imposed a 10- and 5-percent surcharge on US products worth 75 billion dollars a year.
On Friday, Trump instructed US companies to consider closing their business in China and instead make more of their products in the United States on the back of rising trade tension between the world's two largest economies. LINK
Samson: Leaders of the G7 countries are meeting today in France and the Amazon fires are the first issues to be discussed
24th August, 2019
The summit of the leaders of the seven major industrialized countries, known as "G7", which is chaired by France and hosted in the city of Biarritz, will start on Saturday.
From the "trade war" issues to the nuclear deal with Iran, environmental and climate problems, the Amazon fires and other issues, the leaders will address the most prominent crises shaking the world.
Massive Amazon forest fires imposed themselves at the last minute as a major issue on the agenda on the first day of the summit, observers said.
The environmental disaster will be on the agenda at the dinner, which will be attended by French and US presidents Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British prime ministers Boris Johnson, Italian Giuseppe Conte, Japanese Shinzo Abe and Canadian Justin Trudeau.
Observers say the debate will be delicate after Macron accused Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro of "lying" about his climate pledges and of "inaction" in the face of the fires that have been devastating since the days of the "world lung."
For its part, Berlin expressed reservations after Paris announced that it would block a draft trade agreement between the South American Common Market (Mercosur) and the European Union, an issue that will be addressed by Macron and Merkel in a bilateral meeting.
The dialogue between the leaders seems to be heated on imposing tariffs on Internet giant groups, reviving the global economy and trade disputes between Beijing and Washington, the day after they exchange tariffs, experts say.
On the Iranian nuclear file, Macron will inform his guests of the contents of his meeting with Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Faced with these many current issues, French regulators will try to advance other issues such as combating inequality, education in Africa, and protecting the oceans.
Organizers hope to reach "concrete initiatives" with invited leaders as guests, such as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and heads of six African countries.
In the French city of Biarritz and its Basque country, 13,000 police and security men were mobilized to control security during the summit, while a gathering of opponents raised fears of violence.
G7 is an annual gathering of G7 leaders, formed in 1975, while Canada joined a group of six countries: France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America in 1976, completing the list. The seven countries. LINK