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    Analysis of the US position towards the Iraqi dollar: need for long talks

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    Analysis of the US position towards the Iraqi dollar: need for long talks Empty Analysis of the US position towards the Iraqi dollar: need for long talks

    Post by Rocky Fri 10 Feb 2023, 2:26 pm

    [size=30]Analysis of the US position towards the Iraqi dollar: need for long talks
    [ltr]2023.02.10 - 21:36[/ltr]
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    Baghdad - Nas  
    On Friday, the head of the Center for Political Thinking, Ihsan al-Shammari, presented a vision of the American position on Iraq regarding the dollar crisis.  
      
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    Al-Shammari wrote in a brief post, followed by "Nass" (February 10, 2023): "The matter needs (long) talks."  
      
    Earlier, the US Treasury discussed, with the Iraqi delegation, on Friday, the economic challenges facing the country, including corruption, dependence on energy and exchange rate issues.  
      
    According to a Treasury statement, which "NAS" received a copy of (February 10, 2023), "US Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, Wali Adimo, met with Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein and the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ali Al-Alaq, to ​​discuss the economic situation in Iraq and the government's plans to reform the economic and financial sector." And mutual commitment to anti-money laundering and terrorist financing procedures.    
      
    According to the statement, "The Deputy Secretary of State and Deputy Prime Minister reaffirmed the continued importance of bilateral economic relations between the United States and Iraq and shared their goal of strengthening the Iraqi economy."    
      
    The two sides also discussed "the economic challenges facing Iraq, including corruption, dependence on energy and exchange rate issues."    
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