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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Wednesday 6-6-18  

whitelionsThe Iraqi exhibitions granted (70) export licenses and (9944) import licenses during the month of April
The Iraqi General Company for Trade and Trade Services in the Ministry of Commerce announced the granting of (70) export licenses and (9944) import licenses for Iraqi merchants and suppliers during the month of April.
This came in a statement issued by the Information Office of the Ministry of Commerce, quoting the general manager of the company Eng. Hashim Mohammad Hatem, adding that his company also issued during the same month (110) import IDs, (7) export identities and renewal of 56 import IDs and the ratification of 24 certificates issued.

10 Types of Neighbors That Are Costing You Money
By Tim Lemke
I really like my nextdoor neighbor, Dave. He's quiet, friendly, and always willing to lend me his leaf blower. He also keeps his property in good shape. (See also: 6 Ways It Pays to Be Friendly With Your Neighbors)
Not everyone is so fortunate to have great neighbors like him. And that's a shame, because bad neighbors can not only make your life uncomfortable, they can cost you money.
For your sake, I hope that none of your neighbors fit these descriptions.

​Notes From The Field By Simon Black
June 6, 2018  Sydney, Australia

How Many More Banking Scandals Will It Take To Make A Change

This morning after my plane landed from Bangkok, I was having breakfast in the business lounge in Sydney and glanced at the local paper, The Australian.
The front-page headline told the story of yet another banking scandal:
“Cartel case nets six bankers”
The article was about how six prominent investment bankers in Australia colluded to defraud investors.
This comes the day after Australia’s financial regulator hit Commonwealth Bank with an AUD $700 million (~USD $525 million) fine for aiding criminal organizations to launder money.