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Dinar Updates Daily Chat Log for Tuesday 8/30/16 - Part 4

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Part 4 - Featuring rcookie & firefly

rcookie says(12:43 PM):

Financial liberalization promotes developing economies

43 Show Last update: Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - 9:49

BAGHDAD - Imad emirate raised the issue of financial liberalization interest in the majority of countries in the world and developing countries in particular, to the financial sector of the importance of the economic process with respect to its evolution and to achieve growth rates, has been proven by experiments that you can not achieve economic reform and overcome the negatives immune to what pursued by countries of reforms affect the financial policies, and the financial liberalization contributes to the transfer of capital to poor countries to achieve development in various sectors.

Within this axis, the economic academic Dr. Abdul Karim Jaber Hnjar said of the Faculty of Administration and Economics at the University of Qadisiyah: The financial sector a significant contributor in raising economic efficiency and stability, noting that the majority of reforms and the restructuring of economic activities involving the allocation of funds (capital resources and savings and investments) and directed towards the optimal use and this is not, unless the financial sector was not on the level of efficiency and the ability to accommodate changes.

Economic Power

He Hnjar in an interview for »Sabah» that the financial sector is used as a stimulating and important for growth through the collection and Firat various changing economic power means and distributed among the competing requests for funding, adding that growth in any period depends on the share devoted to investment of national income.

Monetary Policy

He Hnjar there are levels of financial liberalization, including local, which aims to achieve control using monetary policy instruments, rather than the mechanisms that hindered, while the second level is the aim of financial liberalization in which operations to adopt exchange variable is determined according to the market mechanism, and contributes to the movement of capital between markets.

Balance of Payments

He pointed out that the balance of payments plays a role in the financial liberalization and the speed of movement of capital, under a fixed exchange rate, the rapid monetary expansion leads to the deficit in the balance of payments and inflation due to winning states are forced to add a restriction on the procedure. He concluded Hnjar saying: that financial liberalization processes, and under conventional economic theory, represent a flow of capital from rich countries towards poor countries over their investments by more than the level of savings, so we can say it was investigating a large benefit to the economies of developing countries due to the employment of capital in service and productivity projects contribute to addressing economic problems gradually down to the developmental levels relative to escalate over time.

rcookie says to MrsBGG(12:43 PM):

GA MRS BGG.....YVW..

MrsBGG says to rcookie(12:46 PM):

:)

(12:50 PM)morris was kicked out by morris!

(12:52 PM)john09 was kicked out by john09!

MrsBGG says(12:52 PM):

NEWSTIME is at 6:30pm CST

Dinar Updates “After Call – LIVE”!!

“Immediately following News Time!!”

Tues. 8/30 “After Call” – w/RCookie,

Mr White & Hutch w "special guest"!!

MrsBGG says(12:52 PM):

Whoo hoo !! News Time tonight!!

wisconsindinar says(12:53 PM):

lots for positive news for sure, I just wish we know all the steps nessary for completion?

rcookie says to MrsBGG(12:53 PM):

SO....HERE THE ECONOMIC ACADEMIC DR. HNJAR SPEAKING ON THE TOPIC OF FINANCIAL LIBERALIZATION PROMOTING DEVELOPING ECONOMIES OF TE WORLD AND IMPORTANCE OF THE FINANCIAL SECTOR IN THE ECONOMIC PROCESS EVOLUTION AND ATTAINMENT OF ECONOMIC GROWTH RATES...AND AS EXPERIENCED BY OTHER COUNTRIES CAN NOT ACHIEVE THE ECONOMIC REFORM WITHOUT ADDRESSING LIBERALIZATION OF FINANCIAL POLICIES...AND HE STATES.....THE FINANCIAL SECTOR IS A SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTOR TO RAISING THE "ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY" AND "STABILITY"..AND EMPHASIZES FINANCIAL SECTOR BEING AT LEVEL OF EFFICIENCY AND ABILITY TO ACCOMNODATE CHANGES...

(12:53 PM)Josie was kicked out by Josie!

Josie says to rcookie(12:56 PM):

My apolgies if you have covered this already, are you familiar with (have an opinion) on Iraq's new acting Defense Minister General Othman al-Ghanimi ?

rcookie says(12:58 PM):

HE POINTS TO ECONOMIC POWER BEING DRIVEN BY FINANCIAL SECTOR... BEING DISTRIBUTED AMONG COMPETING REQUESTS FOR FUNDING AND DEDICATION TO NATIONAL INVESTMENT FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ANY PERIOD...

jimplants says(12:58 PM):

i can accomnodate a financial change!

Okie Dinar says(12:59 PM):

NEWSTIME is at 6:30pm CST

Dinar Updates “After Call – LIVE”!!

“Immediately following News Time!!”

Tues. 8/30 “After Call” – w/RCookie,

Mr White & Hutch w/ "special guest"!!

rcookie says(1:02 PM):

UNDER MONETARY POLICY HE ASSERTS....THERE ARE LEVELS OF LIBERALIZATION....INCLUDING LOCAL WHICH AIMS TO ACHIEVE CONTROL THROUGH MONETARY POLICY INSTRUMENTS RATHER THAN THE FAILED MECHANISMS....AND SECOND LEVEL OF FINANCIAL LIBERALIZATION IN WHICH OPERATIONS ADOPTS EXCHANGE VARIABLES DRIVEN BY MARKET DEMANDS AND CONTRIBUTE TO MOVEMENT OF CAPITAL BETWEEN MARKETS...

rcookie says(1:05 PM):

LASTLY HE POINTS TO THE BALANCE OF PAYMENTS ROLE IN FINANCIAL LIBERALOZATION RELEVANT TO THE SPEED OF MOVEMENT OF CAPITAL. UNDER FIXED EXCHANGE RATE...RAPID MONETARY EXPANSION LEADING TO BALANCE OF PAYMENT DEFICITS AND INFLATION....DUE TO ADJUSTMENT RESTRICTIONS THAT ARE APPLIED....

jimplants says(1:09 PM):

FIXED EXCHANGE RATE A REAL RATE NOT IMPOSED

rcookie says(1:10 PM):

HIS CONCLUSION IS THAT FINANCIAL LIBERALIZATION UNDER CONVENTIONAL ECONOMIC THEORY REPRESENTS A FLOW OF CAPITAL FROM RICH COUNTRIES TO POOR COUNTRIES THROUGH THEIR INVESTMENTS BEING GREATER THAN LEVEL OF SAVINGS...WHICH PROVIDES A BENEFIT TO ECONOMIES OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES BY INFUSING CAPITAL AND PRODUCTIVITY TO ADDRESS ECONOMIC PROBLEMS DOWN TO THE DEVELOPMENTAL LEVEL.....

rcookie says to jimplants(1:11 PM):

YES SIR....AND NOT GOING TO BE A DIME........

jimplants says(1:12 PM):

amen more like 3.71

Okie Dinar says(1:12 PM):

(y) Yippie!!!

Okie Dinar says to rcookie(1:12 PM):

Thank you :)

(1:13 PM)john09 was kicked out by john09!

_firefly_ says(1:23 PM):

Banking Summit

MIDDLE EAST

BANKING INNOVATION SUMMIT 2016

5-6 SEPTEMBER 2016 | PALAZZO VERSACE DUBAI - UAE

Middle East's Largest Banking Technology & Innovation Event

5-6 September 2016

Palazzo Versace Dubai

Dubai, U.A.E.

#MEBIS2016

Okie Dinar says(1:25 PM):

NEWSTIME is at 6:30pm CST

Dinar Updates “After Call – LIVE”!!

“Immediately following News Time!!”

Tues. 8/30 “After Call” – w/RCookie,

Mr White & Hutch w/ "special guest"!!

rcookie says to _firefly_(1:25 PM):

HEY THERE BROTHER...

_firefly_ says to rcookie(1:26 PM):

Morning buddy :)

Okie Dinar says to _firefly_(1:26 PM):

GA! Thank you for the news :)

_firefly_ says to Okie Dinar(1:27 PM):

VW, not really news but an announcement of sorts :)

_firefly_ says to Okie Dinar(1:28 PM):

And I LOVE announcements !

Okie Dinar says(1:28 PM):

LOL, yes an annoucement :)

Okie Dinar says(1:28 PM):

Me too

_firefly_ says to Okie Dinar(1:29 PM):

:)

rcookie says(1:29 PM):

National product reduces the leak of hard currency

8/30/2016 0:00

BAGHDAD Farah pumice

Collect economists on the need for national product support, and to provide protection against the counterpart imported, to achieve sustainable economic development, maintain its capital cycle in the country.

The cement material one national product , which needs government support through the reduction of dumping commodity construction materials similar, as well as enacting laws that serve the industrial action implementation. In this regard between the economist Ahmed charged that the construction industry, especially cement material to face challenges in the forefront of dumping commodity goods shoddy cheap the prices because of the loss of quality, which affect the useful life of the projects under construction, stressing that the national product of the cement material has global standards and quality (ISO) .

for his part , competent in economic affairs Hasan Ali Abdul Karim that demand for cement material continues to increase and the parallel need for services and development projects said, pointing to the possibility that covers local cement manufacturing plant market need, in the presence of specialized teams relay the extent of current and future demand of the country this article.

He also noted the availability of specialized in this industry of local expertise and that work on the management of advanced production lines, which bring economic benefits to the country, especially since the local product adoption preserves capital cycle inside Iraq.

so stressed economic member of the Baghdad forum Hadi Hndas the need to are selected industries which use in their work available raw materials locally for the purpose of reducing hard currency leakage , such as the construction industries of cement, plaster, brick and block, and Kashi, especially as they enter in a lot of infrastructure construction projects, and projects of the reconstruction of liberated areas from the gangs «Daesh» terrorist.

Hndas urged enacting laws that serve the industrial work properly implement, such as laws tariffs, national protection product, consumer protection, antitrust, in addition to legislation Other new laws to move to a market economy, such as laws work, and record companies, and income tax.

rcookie says(1:31 PM):

LOCAL PRODUCT ADOPTION PRESERVES CAPITAL CYCLE INSIDE IRAQ...........VELOCITY EFFICIENCY.....

billionaire says(1:31 PM):

The ISIS spokesman has been killed. Just announced on CNN.

rcookie says(1:32 PM):

USING SELECTED INDUSTRIES AND AVAILABLE RAW MATERIALS IN MANUFACTURING TO REDUCE HARD CURRENCY LEAKAGE.........KEEP THE MONEY INSIDE OF IRAQ!!!...

Okie Dinar says to billionaire(1:32 PM):

Thank you!

billionaire says(1:33 PM):

Senior ISIS leader, spokesman Adnani killed, reports say http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/08...ports-say.html

billionaire says to Okie Dinar(1:33 PM):

You're welcome.

_firefly_ says(1:34 PM):

Abadi: will modify the law, "general amnesty"

BAGHDAD / .. declared Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.Tuesday. That the government would offer an amendment to the General Amnesty Law.

Ebadi said in a press conference, I followed the "eye of Iraq News" that "the government is working to introduce an amendment on the general amnesty law. Stressing that" the law will be released organized crime. "


Abadi added that "the general amnesty law paragraphs were added to him by some MPs including kidnapping and that unless the government put it within the law," .anthy 5

(1:34 PM)larrykn changed nickname to .MOD.larrykn!

Okie Dinar says to _firefly_(1:34 PM):

Thank you for the news :D

_firefly_ says(1:35 PM):

the law will be released organized crime. "

larrykn says to Okie Dinar(1:35 PM):

ga how are you doing , need a break

_firefly_ says to Okie Dinar(1:35 PM):

:)

larrykn says to _firefly_(1:35 PM):

ga :)

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:36 PM):

I'm ok right now. Want to switch at 3? Thank you, though!

_firefly_ says(1:36 PM):

Hey Larry :)

larrykn says(1:36 PM):

sure that cst lol I'm pst

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:36 PM):

Did you get your car fixed?

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:36 PM):

OH, yes. 3 CST.

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:36 PM):

:)

larrykn says(1:36 PM):

yes all good now ready for our trip to Idaho

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:37 PM):

(y) That's great!

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:37 PM):

What's in Idaho?

larrykn says(1:37 PM):

my sister , my niece and my great nieces that I've never meet

_firefly_ says(1:37 PM):

Barzani's visit to the US Embassy says the province is ready to cooperate with Baghdad at all levels

Monday 29-08-2016 | 9:43:08

Twilight News / within the framework of his current visit to Baghdad, on Monday, the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government NaÚ†ervan Barzani and his accompanying delegation, visited the US embassy in Baghdad headquarters was greeted by US Ambassador Stuart Jones diplomatic body in the embassy.

In a statement to the provincial government responded to the Twilight News, said Jones, who finished his duties as an ambassador for his country in Iraq, expressed his pleasure to meet with Barzani, and thanked the support and facilities he received from the Kurdistan Region to perform his duties for the duration of its embassy in Iraq, stressing the strengthening of bilateral relations larger between the province and America.

The statement noted that Barzani for his part thanked the US ambassador for his continuing efforts to strengthen bilateral relations, wishing him success in his new duties.

He added that Barzani briefed on the dialogues and meetings conducted by the provincial delegation with officials in the Iraqi government on the outstanding problems between Erbil and Baghdad, stressing that the region was ready to cooperate with Baghdad at all levels to address the problems are in the interest of both sides.

The statement pointed out that the discussion of the security and political situation in Iraq and the Kurdistan region and the latest developments in the war against al "Daesh" terrorist and a number of other topics were other themes of the meeting.

larrykn says(1:37 PM):

O yes an my brother in law :D

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:38 PM):

:D

larrykn says(1:38 PM):

then off to Portland or for my 5 year checkup on my transplant :)

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:38 PM):

I'm glad you're going to be able to meet them! It's always great meeting family :)

_firefly_ says(1:39 PM):

Like I said, Kurdistan is not going anywhere !

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:39 PM):

kidney?

larrykn says(1:39 PM):

kidney and liver

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:39 PM):

5 years that incredible! Congrats!!

larrykn says(1:39 PM):

ty god is so good :)

_firefly_ says to larrykn(1:39 PM):

(y)

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:39 PM):

All the time!!!

(1:39 PM)diagyAAAE was kicked out by diagyAAAE!

larrykn says(1:40 PM):

Sept 29 2011 is one of my birthdays

larrykn says(1:40 PM):

new life

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:40 PM):

(L)

larrykn says(1:40 PM):

I got into the dinar world 2 weeks before that

Okie Dinar says to larrykn(1:41 PM):

WOW, you have had a journey!

Woodywoodpecker says(1:41 PM):

Today is mine and my wife's anniversary.....sure would be nice to have that RV lol

Okie Dinar says to Woodywoodpecker(1:41 PM):

Happy Anniversary! Yes it would :)

larrykn says(1:41 PM):

I am blessed and Jesus is my Savior

Woodywoodpecker says(1:42 PM):

thanks

Okie Dinar says(1:42 PM):

Yes and Amen :)

larrykn says to Woodywoodpecker(1:42 PM):

congrats she must be something else , she put up with you :D

Okie Dinar says(1:42 PM):

(lol)

Woodywoodpecker says(1:42 PM):

she is soooooo lucky

Woodywoodpecker says(1:42 PM):

57 years

larrykn says(1:43 PM):

wow great

larrykn says(1:43 PM):

you are old :D

larrykn says(1:43 PM):

we are only going on 21 years

Woodywoodpecker says(1:43 PM):

I just married young

larrykn says(1:43 PM):

at 5 right lol

Woodywoodpecker says(1:43 PM):

3

_firefly_ says(1:43 PM):

A month from now, the largest banking technology and innovation summit gets underway in the city. Organized by Expotrade, the sixth edition of the Middle East Banking Innovation Summit will be held on 5th and 6th September 2016 at Palazzo Versace, Dubai.

Focusing on the latest banking techniques and innovations impacting the Middle East region’s banking sector, the summit will bring together renowned regional and international bankers to deliver thought-provoking sessions on innovative practices that will enable a transformation in the way banking is done.

The first day of the summit will witness Maciej Salata, Business Solution Manager, Comarch deliver a session on Enhancing the Corporate Banking Experience, or How to Delight your Business Customers, followed by ADIB’s Chief Operating Officer, Sagheer Mufti presenting on the topic Business Continuity, Backup & Recovery Provisioning: The Importance of Being Prepared.

Providing a comprehensive view on practical tools and innovative strategies that can be implemented in the banking sector will be sector specialists Sohail Zubairi, CEO, Dar Al Sharia Islamic Finance Consultancy; Siamak Amirghodsi, VP - Data Management & Advanced Analytics, OCC; Roshdi Osman, Deputy CISO, Banque Saudi Fransi and Barbara Biro, Digital Transformation – EMEA, Citi speaking on innovation in structuring Islamic banking product; blockchain; digital currencies and the future of banking in 21st century; developing security strategy for the digital age and retail banking innovation in the Middle East respectively.

Across two days, expert industry leaders Aref Al Ramli, Head of Digital Banking, Mashreq; Marwan Elnakat, eBanking & eCommerce Director MEA, Gemalto; Sudhesh Giriyan, COO, Xpress Money; Chris Rottner, Sales Director SEMEA, VMware AirWatch; Mudit Saxena, Head of Retail, Commercial Bank of Dubai; Zubair Ahmed, SVP, Head of IT & Business Innovation, Emirates Islamic will participate in interactive panel discussions broadly focusing on technology transforming the banking sector.

The summit provides a unique platform to over 450 senior GCC bankers to develop new opportunities for business growth, learn from leading industry thought leaders on trends and best practices, participate in panel discussions and get a hands-on experience on some of the newest innovative solutions designed to make banking simpler and efficient for the consumer.

The banking innovation lounge will witness leading banking technology solutions providers such as Comarch, Pinpay, IMTF, Gemalto, VMware, ApPello, Konica Minolta, MDSap, Wacom and TOC Biometrics amongst many others, showcasing the latest technology enabled transformative banking solutions to senior banking executives from within the GCC region.

_firefly_ says(1:44 PM):

Focusing on the latest banking techniques and innovations impacting the Middle East region’s banking sector, the summit will bring together renowned regional and international bankers to deliver thought-provoking sessions on innovative practices that will enable a transformation in the way banking is done.

Okie Dinar says(1:44 PM):

57 and 21 years! Congrats to you both!

jimplants says(1:44 PM):

i beg your pardon he s not old hes seasoned

Woodywoodpecker says(1:44 PM):

thanks

Okie Dinar says(1:44 PM):

:D

Woodywoodpecker says(1:44 PM):

lol

larrykn says to jimplants(1:45 PM):

(y)

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