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News Time w/ MadDScout, 1bobby at DU 11/17/16 - Part 1

Newstime with maddscout, bobby and abnewsflash 11/17/16 - Part 1


MadDScout says(6:30 PM):

Welcome to Newstime for Thursday Nov 17 2016

MadDScout says to scottiegirl(6:34 PM):

Our copier tonight is Marie(facebook) you know Scottiegirl

Gigi813 says(6:37 PM):

Dear Heavenly Father thank you for bringing us all together this evening .. Thank you for guiding this discussion tonight ... thank you for revealing the Plans you have for us ... plans to prosper us and not harm us ... and to give us a hope for the future ... help us to continue to be your hands and feet in this lost and hurting world. Give All those who are stepping up to lead us in this study Wisdom and Insight and Bless them with patience and compassion ... reveal Truth and make obvious any deceptions ... please Lord wrap your arms around all those who are hurting and struggling... give them peace ... be with the Brave Men and Women who are engaged in battles to defeat an evil enemy ... Keep them safe ... I pray this time together

Brings You Glory and Honor ...

In Jesus Name

Amen

SRW says(6:37 PM):

Amen

MadDScout says(6:37 PM):

Amen

ABNewsflash says(6:37 PM):

Amen

1bobby says(6:37 PM):

Amen....Thank you

Okie Dinar says(6:37 PM):

Amen

pacella says(6:37 PM):

amen

john09 says(6:37 PM):

Amen

magnetlady says(6:37 PM):

AMEN

fitboy62 says(6:37 PM):

AMEN

MadDScout says(6:37 PM):

Thank you Regina

wilson6060 says(6:38 PM):

Amen

tiimmyh says(6:38 PM):

Amen

Gigi813 says(6:38 PM):

my pleasure Bobby

sagecanyon says(6:38 PM):

Amen

Gigi813 says(6:38 PM):

and Pat

DIGIman1 says(6:38 PM):

amen

dale says(6:38 PM):

Amen

MadDScout says to scottiegirl(6:39 PM):

Can you/will you bring the rules?

scottiegirl says(6:39 PM):

PLEASE BE NICE TO OUR COPIERS AND MODS DURING NEWSTIME AND PLEASE WORK WITH US TO KEEP OUR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS IN AN AREA OF WHEN WE ASK FOR QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS. ITS REALLY TOUGH ON THE COPIERS WHEN IT IS SCATTERED AND ALSO REQUIRES MORE TIME TO COLOR AND PRODUCE. IT IS ALSO HARD FOR OTHERS TO READ AT A LATER DATE. SO AGAIN PLEASE BE NICE TO THEM AND LETS KEEP THE COPY IN ORDER. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING! If YOU HAVE A QUESTION - USE A ??

MadDScout says to scottiegirl(6:39 PM):

Thanks

scottiegirl says to MadDScout(6:39 PM):

You're welcome!

popcorn says(6:39 PM):

amen

MadDScout says(6:41 PM):

We have so much great news out there. It was really a chore this time to weed through and pick the best.

MadDScout says(6:41 PM):

Thats why it is helpful if you guys would offer those things that most interest you so we can cover subjects people want to hear about

SRW says to MadDScout(6:42 PM):

?

MadDScout says(6:42 PM):

For our Facebook folks they know to "tag" us in a post and we will make sure these subjects get covered

MadDScout says to SRW(6:42 PM):

Go ahead

SRW says to MadDScout(6:43 PM):

Is Parliament meeting on the 26th for the next session?

MadDScout says to SRW(6:44 PM):

Yes that is what is scheduled

SRW says to MadDScout(6:44 PM):

(y) Thankyou

MadDScout says to SRW(6:44 PM):

Unless it gets changed thats the last word

scottiegirl says to MadDScout(6:45 PM):

?

(6:46 PM)Julio was kicked out by Julio!

MadDScout says to scottiegirl(6:46 PM):

go ahead

scottiegirl says to MadDScout(6:46 PM):

How about that article you brought in about Abadi announcing a lower cost for goods and services?

scottiegirl says to MadDScout(6:46 PM):

Wow!

MadDScout says to scottiegirl(6:46 PM):

We will bring that up

MadDScout says to scottiegirl(6:46 PM):

And hope to explain adequately

scottiegirl says to MadDScout(6:47 PM):

I know you will

MadDScout says(6:48 PM):

Are there any more questions before we bring the first report?

goldenbear says(6:49 PM):

??

MadDScout says to goldenbear(6:49 PM):

Go ahead

goldenbear says(6:49 PM):

Mr White mentioned the other night a specific number on the gold coins, do we know what that number is?

MadDScout says to goldenbear(6:49 PM):

Not as of yet

goldenbear says(6:50 PM):

Thank you!!!!

MadDScout says to goldenbear(6:50 PM):

You're welcome

MadDScout says(6:50 PM):

Our first report comes from 1Bobby

1bobby says(6:50 PM):

U.s. efforts to rebuild Iraq's South investment opportunities map

Wednesday 16 November 2016-07:08 pm

The legal adviser confirmed the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Department alabosi mais Abbas initiated the establishment of workshops and meetings

with representatives from southern Iraq investment bodies and urged the need to develop a plan that takes into consideration the needs of priority projects

and to view as investment opportunities.

Alabosi said in a statement to radio Marbad to Basrah, Missan, Thiqar and Muthana and despite her quest to build airports and hotels and modern bridges,

but it is necessary to adopt specific standards plans to showcase their projects as investment opportunities, noting that those standards should be need maintenance

and geographic area, and that's not one clone plans for other County plans.

Alabosi explained that the US Department of Commerce currently giving assistance to southern Iraq in General and in Basra in particular on the economic side by reviewing previous years

investment project plans and develop effective solutions that will attract foreign investors, even if it comes to rework a number of laws in terms of legal and financial conditions.

MadDScout says(6:52 PM):

This looks like they are saying the needs of each area need to be taken into consideration

ABNewsflash says(6:52 PM):

rework a number of laws in terms of legal and financial conditions

MadDScout says(6:53 PM):

As to investment allocation

MadDScout says(6:53 PM):

Bobby do you get that?

MadDScout says(6:53 PM):

Andrew?

MadDScout says(6:53 PM):

Not a cookie cutter approach

1bobby says(6:54 PM):

Anytime we see the U.S Department of Commerce involved in the undertaking of Iraq, it spells good times ahead. The law's are not working. Now will the powers be given to the Provinces to work within their own investment opportunities? I hope so

1bobby says(6:54 PM):

Outside investors would still want the protections of a Federal Law

MadDScout says(6:55 PM):

Indeed

SRW says to MadDScout(6:55 PM):

?

1bobby says(6:56 PM):

While elements of that are in place, it still needs work. This approach by the US Dept of Commerce will reach throughout Iraq as stability takes plave

MadDScout says(6:56 PM):

The needs of priority projects

1bobby says to SRW(6:56 PM):

GO

SRW says to MadDScout(6:57 PM):

investment project plans and develop effective solutions that will attract foreign investors, even if it comes to rework a number of laws in terms of legal and financial conditions.

I asked this question for this reason. Do you think Parliament will pass these laws in a timely manner?

MadDScout says to SRW(6:58 PM):

I say they have lots of reason to do it in a timely manner

1bobby says to SRW(6:58 PM):

I think Parliament has em teed up. Now will they pass in a timely manner? We will know their actions on the 26th. Everything seems to be falling into place during this recess

MadDScout says to SRW(6:58 PM):

The approach of the parliament has been that there is need and importance behind getting these things done in a time sensative way

1bobby says to SRW(6:59 PM):

The political atmosphere seems a lot more clear withing the verbage of some articles

1bobby says to SRW(6:59 PM):

within *

SRW says to 1bobby(6:59 PM):

I agree. Hope they get it done..

1bobby says to SRW(7:00 PM):

I'm looking forward to that date for sure

SRW says to MadDScout(7:00 PM):

Thankyou

MadDScout says to SRW(7:00 PM):

The National Alliance has said they by themselves are big enough to form a quorum any time they wish and getting done that which is good for all Iraq is their stated goal

MadDScout says to SRW(7:01 PM):

Hope

MadDScout says to SRW(7:01 PM):

Hakim has been such a positive influence as far as the parliament working together of late

MadDScout says(7:02 PM):

Any??'s

MadDScout says to SRW(7:02 PM):

Did that help?

suprkat53 says(7:02 PM):

?

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:03 PM):

Go

SRW says to MadDScout(7:03 PM):

Yes sir.. Thankyou

MadDScout says to SRW(7:03 PM):

(handshake)

suprkat53 says(7:03 PM):

I just wanted to apologize for being late. Issues with my cable company. GRRR!

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:03 PM):

You are fine and we are glad you are here none the less

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:04 PM):

Thats why I beleave in backups LOL

MadDScout says(7:04 PM):

Ok Andrew has one for us

ABNewsflash says(7:04 PM):

Parliamentary economy: the state treasury lost 5% of its revenues to non-application of the tariff

November 14, 2016 | 22:50

The Commission on the economy and investment representative, said on Monday that the tariff revenue accounted for 5% of the state treasury, and the province is committed to the application.

The committee member said Harith al-Harthy, that "the government has to activate the tariffs in an attempt to bring an alternative to the oil and the money collected from the tariff was in the past constitutes 5% of the state treasury financial revenue."

ABNewsflash says(7:05 PM):

He said Al-Harthy, that "regrettably the Kurdistan region is committed to the application of the tariff in addition to the western ports with Syria and Jordan does not apply because of the security situation, and therefore Iraq is losing financial revenue."

He continued, "The customs tariff is applied in the southern region of Iraq, especially Basra Voiradt Alcomerk at the moment only those collected from the province."

http://www.al-mawqif.com/31372

MadDScout says(7:05 PM):

Non-oil revenue

ABNewsflash says(7:05 PM):

One of the IMF mandates = need to diversify, loss of state treasury revenue cause of the low prices of oil.

MadDScout says(7:06 PM):

They are also talking about a more even distribution of the laws in place

1bobby says(7:07 PM):

Once stability takes place, tariff's will take place throughout Iraq. We saw articles today that enforce that

MadDScout says(7:07 PM):

Any??'s so far?

MadDScout says(7:08 PM):

Economist: reducing government expenditures on goods would reduce the deficit

Economy News / Continue ...

Said economic expert on behalf of Antoine, Wednesday, that the decision of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reducing government expenditures on goods and services will reduce the budget deficit in 2017.

Antoine said in a press statement, that "the step of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reducing government expenditures on goods and services considered to reduce the proportion of the deficit in the current budget and shrinking purchasing power.

"The private sector has become today in the unenviable position and does not have a surplus to distract them," noting that "the government is the sole financier."

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said, on Tuesday, reducing government expenditures on goods and services increased by 90% compared to the previous Balmozanat.

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=5852

Views 237 Added 16/11/2016 - 13:24 Last updated 18/11/2016 - 00:43

1bobby says(7:08 PM):

Even the ISF stated today that after the liberation of Mosul, they will re-work their capabilities to secure the borders which will allow a more controlled tariff procedure

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:09 PM):

Yes

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:09 PM):

Concerning this report

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:10 PM):

It seems they are saying here that since 2013 ther has been an uptick in the demand for goods and services, and they are going to reduce this by (an unknown amount) and are saying that this is going to involve the private sector as well. <<< This last part is my take...

MadDScout says(7:10 PM):

This is important because it will help in reducing the deficit which will help the overall value of the Dinar, which we have seen in reports this week.

MadDScout says(7:10 PM):

The reduction of the cost of the dollar, and at a time when the dollar is at a 9 month high.

Today is 1190 or 130,000 per $100

1bobby says(7:11 PM):

I agree. This also says that the Private Sector will begin to absorb some of these expenditures that the GOI will no longer supply. Another words, let the private sector supply some of these services

1bobby says(7:12 PM):

expenditures as in services

SRW says to MadDScout(7:12 PM):

?

MadDScout says(7:12 PM):

So this is going to reduce the deficit and help their overall worth

MadDScout says to SRW(7:13 PM):

Go

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:15 PM):

Yes private sector is going to help with this reduction

SRW says to MadDScout(7:16 PM):

The article that Rcookie brought in about terrorism increased the debt of Iraq's GDP by 17 percent is huge. What is more freightening is terrorism has increased by 650 percent globally is terrible. What can Iraq do to solve this debt problem about terrorism?

1bobby says to SRW(7:17 PM):

The liberation of Mosul will go a long way in helping. The daily expenditures on the liberations are unreal!

MadDScout says to SRW(7:17 PM):

A step toward that would be the finalizing of Mosul

1bobby says to SRW(7:17 PM):

Now once Mosul is liberated will that rid Iraq of terrorism? No

1bobby says to SRW(7:18 PM):

But that will be incumbent of the local security forces to maintain order in villages and provinces

MadDScout says to SRW(7:18 PM):

This right now, including the International help they are getting is about the only course for the moment

MadDScout says to SRW(7:18 PM):

I am sure heads somewhere are sitting in a room trying to shorten this process

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:20 PM):

They have already started creating new police forces to do the ongoing physical security

SRW says to MadDScout(7:20 PM):

That article is a reminder to all of us that terrorism is a major factor for all the globe. Thankyou..

MadDScout says to SRW(7:20 PM):

That is very true

1bobby says to SRW(7:20 PM):

Totally agree

MadDScout says to SRW(7:20 PM):

It was with us when Kain hit his brother with a rock

ABNewsflash says to MadDScout(7:21 PM):

Amen

MadDScout says to SRW(7:21 PM):

But there are many things being done to mitigate this and takes the effort of a lot of good people to see it through

SRW says to MadDScout(7:22 PM):

Yes sir.. Thankyou..

MadDScout says to SRW(7:22 PM):

You're welcome

MadDScout says(7:23 PM):

Andrew?

ABNewsflash says(7:23 PM):

Importing companies "protest" on the application of the new tariff in Basra

16/11/2016 17:48:45

There is a state of discontent and protest by importers, demanding to wait or reverse the application of this law at the present time, and that will cause higher prices of those materials in the local market.

BAGHDAD / obelisk

Revealed district director of Safwan west of Basra demanded Alhsonh, Wednesday, for the direct application of the new law of customs tariff in the Safwan border port, and as pointed out that among the substances covered by the customs increase, sedans except production cars, which amounted to 25%, in addition to alcoholic beverages 100%, after the customs fees of up to 80%, he noted that there is a state of discontent and protest by importers.

He Alhsonh, "The port Safwan border began working customs tariff system, which targeted applied several types of goods and materials and different proportions," noting that "the port Safwan border has already begun the implementation of the decision of the Iraqi Council of Ministers Secretariat increase of the new customs tariff."

He continued, "The tariff included both: sedans except productive vehicles from 15% to 25%, alcoholic drinks from 80% to 100%, coolers from 20% to 25%, cigarettes of all kinds, up from 25% to 75%, TV sets from 30% to 35%, soft drinks from 20% to 60%, and all kinds of juices 20% to 25%. "

Alhsonh pointed out that there is a state of discontent and protest by importers, as demanded wait or reverse the application of this law at the present time, and that will cause higher prices of those materials in the local market.

http://almasalah.com/ar/NewsDetails.aspx?NewsID=87500

MadDScout says(7:24 PM):

In bold lettering "New Tariff Law"

Continue to Part 2

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