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Samson » April 25th, 2017


Iraq calls its branches to deduct monthly premiums for employees recipients advances

2017/4/25 8:38

Called Rafidain Bank branches in Baghdad and the provinces daily follow - up to the ministries and state institutions to repay the amounts of loans and advances granted to their employees by the bank.

The Information Office of the Bank said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that " the bank face of its branches audited the ongoing follow - up to the departments of State , which grants its staff loans and advances and telling them to deduct these premiums from borrowers ' salaries and borrowers Almtlkian or their sponsors in the event did not pay the money of the borrower. "

He noted that "this step comes to the maintenance of public money.

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=61106

Shoppermom » April 25th, 2017

The app SNAPCHAT featured Iraq this morning in a series entitled "Life in Baghdad." It was pretty awesome seeing all the Snaps from Iraq...lots of celebrations, lights, food and dancing in the street....even a graduate from law school. I googled it and this is a new thing Everything is changing....speed of light! So awesome!! http://hubwav.com/snapchat-giving-us-inside-look-life-baghdad-like/

Don961 » April 25th, 2017

Kuwait expresses its readiness to postpone the payment of Iraq's $ 4.6 billion in compensation

04/25/2017 - 11:51

Showed the State of Kuwait, Tuesday, readiness to examine options for future efforts to ensure the continued payment of Iraq, the amount of US $ 4.6 billion in the framework of compensation for war losses between the two countries in 1990.

The Chairman of the General Authority for Assessment of Compensation for losses of war between the two countries, Khaled Ahmad Al-Mudhaf in a statement seen by "Economy News", "The State of Kuwait reacted positively with the decision taken by the Governing Council of the United Nations Compensation Commission at its last session, the 81 on the second of November 2016 and encouraged both the Kuwaiti and Iraqi governments to cooperate on future options aimed at ensuring the continuation of the payment of this amount in favor of Kuwait. "

Almudaf pointed out that "Kuwait had supported during the special session called for by the Governing Council in December 2014 Resolution 272 (2014) which it requested the brothers in Iraq to postpone the payment of dues payments by taking into account the economic and security difficult circumstances."

He pointed Almudaf, to "the adoption of the Council of the United Nations Compensation Resolution 273 Management (2015), which also postponed Iraq's international obligations to deposit five per cent in the Compensation Fund for an additional year until the first of January 2016 due to the continuing economic and security conditions in Iraq."

He added that "the State of Kuwait supported the third time asked the brothers in Iraq at the 81 session on November 2, 2016, which postponed the process of resumption of the five deposit per cent in the Compensation Fund and other additional year until the first of January 2018 due to the continuing economic and security situation in Iraq."

He added that "Kuwait, Emphasizing the importance of the continuation of the functions and the role of the United Nations Compensation also emphasizes the importance of the completion of the Board of Directors of the responsibilities assigned to it by the Security Council resolutions and decisions of the United Nations Compensation it understands at the same time the security and economic situation in Iraq and here have reacted positively with all previous postponement requests demanded by the brothers in Iraq. "

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=7276

DoodleBug » April 25th, 2017

Trump Wants Tax Plan to Cut Corporate Rate to 15%

President tells staff he wants to prioritize reductions over deficit concerns

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump has ordered White House aides to accelerate efforts to draft a tax plan slashing the corporate rate to 15% and prioritizing cuts in tax rates over an attempt to not increase the deficit, according to a person familiar with the directive.

During a meeting inside the Oval Office last week, Mr. Trump told staff he wants a massive tax cut to sell to the American people, the person said. It was less important to him if the plan loses revenue. Mr. Trump told his team to “get it done,” in time to release a plan by Wednesday.

A White House spokesman didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn are scheduled to meet Tuesday to discuss Mr. Trump’s tax proposals with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Speaker Paul Ryan, Senate Finance Chairman Orrin Hatch and House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady of Texas. The meeting comes in advance of a Wednesday announcement by Mr. Trump about his principles for tax policy.

“This is part of our continuing dialogue with the Trump administration on tax reform,” said AshLee Strong, a spokeswoman for Mr. Ryan
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Mr. Trump promised from the campaign trail to cut corporate rates to 15% from 35%. There likely aren’t enough business tax breaks that could be repealed to offset the fiscal cost, meaning such a move would increase budget deficits. Roughly, each percentage-point cut in the tax rate lowers federal revenue by $100 billion over a decade, so a 20-point cut would cost the government $2 trillion, according to the congressional Joint Committee on Taxation.

Any plan that adds to budget deficits would be difficult to advance on Capitol Hill, for both procedural and partisan reasons.

The president’s fellow Republicans, who control both the House and Senate, are aiming to pass a tax bill through a process known as reconciliation, which means they wouldn’t need votes from Democrats. However, bills passed under reconciliation can’t increase deficits beyond the typical 10-year time frame against which tax and spending policies are projected.

That makes it difficult if not impossible for Republicans to pass a deficit-financed tax cut that doesn’t expire without getting Democratic votes in the Senate. Democrats are against large tax cuts for corporations, especially at a time when Mr. Trump is proposing cuts to government spending programs they prioritize, like housing, arts and the environment.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-wants-tax-plan-to-cut-corporate-rate-to-15-1493057898

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