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MilitiaMan: Fairly sure this one has the making of the blessing from or of the UST to go ahead and tell the world via media your coming out from under the final sanctions and you have our blessing to raise the rate.. - MM
Don961:Post #18 Al-Shamma: Administrative stability raises the financial sector
Saturday 29 June 2019
Baghdad / Al-Sabah
The economic expert called d. Hammam Al Shamaa to benefit from international and regional experiences to maintain stability and implement strategies that can achieve growth in all sectors of this sector, which is the cornerstone of a comprehensive economic recovery.
He added that the stability of the management of the financial sector, especially the independent central bank, plays an important role in achieving stability and adopting advanced systems capable of making progress in the services provided by the financial system, which has the task of supporting the local economy and the family economy.
The banking situation
He pointed out that the monetary authority is balancing the follies of fiscal policy towards wasteful spending and the creation of inflation, monitors the performance of the banking system in the country, and ensures stability of exchange rates and foreign trade relations with various countries of the world.
He pointed out that "in the United States there is the President of the American Fed, which draws the stability of the American economy, and draws from the recession and financial crises, and decides to finance the budget," and here the Federal President continues to work and oversees the implementation of plans In the form that serves the economy and be transient to governments, and can benefit from this experience in Iraq.
"In democratic systems, the monetary authority enjoys independence and permanence, as in the case of regional countries such as Jordan and Lebanon, and the governor is doing his job fully, and for a long time without interference in his performance and the period of his stay, for his positive role in achieving the goals of the existence of the central.
Al-Shamaa pointed out that "the management of monetary authority and the sustainability of its administration in conjunction with the achievement of the developmental goals in support of the economic revival is very important, and in order to stabilize the monetary policy we need stability of the administration, and here we can indicate the stability of exchange rates in Iraq during the past years, .
International institutions, including the US Treasury and its representative, have noted a development in the monetary sector within Iraq, noting that these developments should be reflected to the public through the media. link
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Don961: World Bank President calls on developing countries to implement reforms that make them more attractive for investment
June 29, 2019 6:52 pm Author: alzawraapaper
BAGHDAD / Zora:
World Bank President David Malpass , said that the uncertainty caused by trade tensions and slowing global growth are increasing the need for the application of developing countries , reforms make it more attractive to private investment.
"It will urge countries to take bolder steps to improve the business climate in order to allow private companies to compete better with state-owned enterprises and generate more profitable growth, innovation and jobs," Malpas said at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan.
The World Bank forecast in its annual World Economic Outlook report earlier this month that a slowdown in trade and investment flows would cut global growth this year to 2.6 percent, 0.3 percentage points lower than previously forecast.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted a similar slowdown, mainly driven by a sharp increase in tariffs between the United States and China.
Malpas, who took over the World Bank in April after spending two years in the Trump administration as the Treasury's undersecretary for international affairs, said: "It also focuses on the internal development of countries and ways to grow internal trade between cities and regions.
He said he would meet with leaders from several developing countries including Brazil, India, Indonesia, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, South Africa and Turkey during the G20 summit. link