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Daytrader » June 17th, 2018


I believe there have been a number of responses showing sound logic and article support for Iraq to move to a higher exchange rate. IMO the reason they must is because it is a WTO requirement that a members exchange rate accurately reflect the true value of its currency.

Iraq has been working towards full WTO membership for several years, and looks as though they could be nearing acceptance. The WTO will not allow unfair trade practices within its membership, and Iraq's current exchange rate would not accurately reflect its true value.

Also recall Alak "visited" with the IMF while in New York for the Central Bank Governors meeting last year. My notes from Frank's CC show Alak was joined by an accounting firm believed to have completed an independent third party analysis of Iraq's resources.

Their objective was to provide accurate data for the new exchange rate calculations with the IMF. IMO Iraq will not reinstate at the current exchange rate.

Doc.K » June 17th, 2018

Anyone notice on the UN op rates , some countries have old and new currencies listed along with new abbreviations and a change in decimal point locations ....... It Has Started ..

Mauritania
MRU
Mauritania Ouguiya
35.47
01 Jun 2018
History

Mauritania (old)
MRO
Mauritania Ouguiya
354.7
01 Jun 2018
History

Sao Tome and Prin. (old)
STD
Sao Tome Principe Dobra
20891
01 Jun 2018
History

Sao Tome and Principe
STN
Sao Tome Principe Dobra
20.891
01 Jun 2018
History

Rommy » June 17th, 2018

Well looky there!

MeKong » June 17th, 2018

imo ...

Both of these African countries have over inflation.

Both of these countries underwent a redenomination by their central banks.

The history of old and new notes occur when both notes are still in circulation.

Mexico did the same thing years ago; they used to have the "Old Peso" and the "New Peso".

We have been studying Turkmenistan. Turkmenistan did a currency redenomination.

This practice of printing new denominations is common in countries with high inflation.

We are looking for a reinstatement of currency for Iraq as we have been taught.

... imo

Samson » June 17th, 2018

Tourism areas of the region are crowded with thousands of visitors from the provinces of Iraq


2018/6/17 22:00



Tourist areas in the Kurdistan region, thousands of tourists, who came mostly from central and southern Iraq through tourist companies, to spend the holiday of Eid al-Fitr there.

Despite the fact that the final statistics of the number of arrivals to the Kurdistan region were not announced during the holiday period, the tourist facilities and parks of the region received more numbers than in previous years.

The owners of parks to develop new technical designs for tourist facilities this year to attract the largest number of tourists during the holiday period and the season of tourism, which starts from the start with the increasing temperature in the Iraqi provinces.

"The cost of a tourist from Baghdad or another Iraqi city to the Kurdistan region is 100 dollars, and in five days our tour includes 35 tourist areas in different places of the Kurdistan region," the director of a tourism company, Ahmed Murad, said in a press statement. LINK

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