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"A Kuwaiti grant to Iraq to support the survey areas affected by terrorism file"

Aggiedad77 » April 26th, 2017

Frank......"IF"....notice that is a big if......if Iraq owed Kuwait money in the neighborhood of $5 billion USD still.....why on this earth would Kuwait be willing to offer them a grant to the tune of $100 million USD.....that stuff doesn't grow on date trees......

They gotta be in some kind of "mode".....you scratch my back, I'll scratch yours for this to be happening.....

Like a good neighbor...Kuwait is there.....know what I mean.....

They must "know" of something big to come.......and they speak here to future cooperative efforts as well......the ties that bind are growing tighter it would seem. Aloha Randy

Samson » April 26th, 2017

A Kuwaiti grant to Iraq to support the survey areas affected by terrorism file

26/04/2017 10:00
Iraq signed with the State of Kuwait, on Wednesday, on a grant of 100 million dollars to support the survey areas affected by terrorism and the health sector file.

The head of the Fund for Reconstruction Mustafa Hiti, in a statement, "Economy News" received a copy of it, that "Kuwait has allocated the grant of which $ 97 million for the health sector, while allocated three million dollars to carry out a survey of damage in the affected areas of terrorist operations."

"It will be a neutral international survey company and provide the results of the survey, which includes lists of all the affected provinces of terrorist operations and at the level of all sectors of the donors' conference."

He noted that "the talks with the Kuwaiti Development Fund was characterized by flexibility and convenience and cooperation by the Kuwaiti side, who left the freedom to fund reconstruction in the implementation of projects did not impose conditions on the implementation process only allocated to the health sector."

The agreement is the first formal agreement and at all levels with the expectation of Kuwait since the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990. It augurs well for future cooperation between the two sides.


Greenclan » April 26th, 2017

HEY BACKDOC>........LOOKY LOOKY Article: Cashless society getting closer, survey finds

BACKDOC » April 26th, 2017


Cashless society getting closer, survey finds

BUSINESS NEWS | Wed Apr 26, 2017 | 1:52pm EDT

By Jeremy Gaunt | LONDON

More than a third of Europeans and Americans would be happy to go without cash and rely on electronic forms of payment if they could, and at least 20 percent already pretty much do so, a study showed on Wednesday.

The study, which was conducted in 13 European countries, the United States and Australia, also found that in many places where cash is most used, people are among the keenest to ditch it.

Overall, 34 percent of respondents in Europe and 38 percent in the United States said they would be willing to go cash-free, according to the survey conducted by Ipsos for the ING bank website eZonomics.

Twenty-one percent and 34 percent in Europe and the United States, respectively, said they already rarely use cash.

Samsung's new Samsung Pay mobile wallet system is demonstrated at its Australian launch in Sydney, June 15, 2016.

The trend was also clear. More than half of the European respondents said they had used less cash in the past 12 months than previously and 78 percent said they expected to use it even less over the coming 12 months.

Ian Bright, managing director of group research for ING wholesale banking, said he did not believe people would quit cash entirely, but the direction was obvious.

"More and more people will end up with a situation where they can quite comfortably get by for two days, three days, four days, even a week, without ever using cash," he told Reuters Television.

Payment systems such as contactless cards and mobile-phone digital wallets have become so prevalent the issue has become political in some countries.

Cash-loving Germans, for example, have been concerned that a move by the European Central Bank to phase out the 500 euro note by the end of next year is the start of a slippery slope.

The survey also showed that, in general, countries where cash is much in use were most likely to want to go cashless.

Only 19 percent of Italians said they rarely used cash but 41 percent said they would be willing to go cash. There was a similar trend in Turkey, Romania, the Czech Republic, Spain and even Germany.

Don961 » April 26th, 2017

White House announces the details of the proposed tax plan

April 26, 2017 20:58
Direct: US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin announced the management plan under the chairmanship of US President "Donald Trump" to reform the tax system, which included cutting taxes on individuals and businesses pace is the largest in the history of the country.

He Mnuchin that the president has the goal is to create economic growth, noting that the United States aims to return to a growth rate of 3% or more of GDP, a sustainable level in the country.

He pointed out that the economic plan consists of tax cuts and reforms and substantial easing of legislation in addition to the re-negotiation of trade deals, which will launch a process of economic growth, which stopped for a while in the country.

" It Mnon" that tax reforms are also aimed to provide millions of jobs for Americans and to facilitate the tax burden on families, especially middle-income.

Treasury Secretary explained that the reduction of taxes on individuals includes three segments ranging between 10% and 25% and 35%, while reducing the tax burden of families with children that are suffering in the care of their children 's expenses.

With respect to taxes on companies, include proposals "Trump" cut corporate tax to 15% tax and one - time trillions of dollars held by companies in foreign accounts.

He said Treasury Secretary to restore the level of 20% for capital gains is important for the country in the coming period, as it will have a competitive tax return money from abroad.

The Treasury Secretary said on Wednesday in a news forum in Washington that "the largest tax cut" plan in the history of the United States due to be announced by the White House later on Wednesday will cut corporate tax to 15%, including small businesses.

Said in a news Mnouchin forum in Washington, "This will be the largest tax cut and the biggest tax reform in the history of our country."




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