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The dinar card is now ready for your use.

The International Islamic Bank announces

About the launch of the first MasterCard card in the Iraqi dinar currency

It means to be ruffled shop and withdraw from any ATM in Iraqi dinars and they are removing the currency.

And the biggest surprise. Ruffled your card is used outside Iraq and via the Internet and the price of the discharge is based on the official price of the central Bank of Iraq.

Charge your electronic wallet in Iraqi dinars and use it wherever you want and stay safe and don't get confused ……The card version is only 10,000 IQD

Compiled 19 June 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington

The below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to decide whether or not it was valid.

A. June 18 2018 TNT Call

1.The Iraqi court will rule Thurs. on the election. The RV could happen by Thurs. June 21. If not, it would have to happen by July 1 when the new government comes in.

2. The ATMs in Iraq have been reloaded and were ready for the new system.

3. Iraqi people leaving Iraq were still getting $.85 per Dinar. The US dollar was no longer in use in Iraq.

OMTimes By Michelle Alberigi McKenzie

Out of the blue–blamo!–someone criticizes us. It’s unexpected and hurtful, and it’s personal; or at least if feels that way.

What do we do? We want to defend ourselves, or punish the offender. Maybe a well-aimed insult. But if this is a friend, colleague, boss, or family member, we might not want to burn that bridge. Where does that leave us?

How do we navigate the tricky waters of criticism? The next few moments are crucial to our continued relationship with that person.

By The Investor 

There are some views only money can buy. But your outlook on life isn’t one of them.
I once met a very rich man while walking along the cliff paths in Wales. I rounded the corner of one of those endless coves that regularly takes chunks out of the headland (and a bite out of your thighs) and there he was, sitting on a bench.

You might be surprised to hear this rich man was eating fish and chips.

He looked very happy with himself.

Content, I’d say, rather than self-satisfied. But perhaps with the glint in his eye of one who has seen some of life’s secrets and tasted a few of its finer things.

His wife was with him, too. Similar age – no trophy Version 3 here.


Tink: 8 | Currency and Price Stability

The government’s monetary policy since 2003 has focused on maintaining price stability and exchange rate predictability. The inflation has remained in the low since 2010. According to the CBI, the inflation rate is 1.4% (2015 estimates), while the World Bank estimates 2015 at -1.2%, and the country’s international reserve volume also has decreased due to the sharp decline in oil prices. 

The independence of the CBI suffered a setback in January 2011 when former Prime Minister al-Maliki won a court ruling that placed independent institutions, including the CBI, under the control of the cabinet. 

In January 2012, the CBI raised the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar to $1.19, causing a huge crisis that led the Supreme Judicial Council to issue an arrest warrant for CBI governor Sinan al-Shabibi in October 2012 on charges of corruption. Al-Shabibi received a seven-year prison sentence in absentia 2014, shortly before being acquitted of all charges.