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Notes From The Field By Simon Black
March 27, 2019  Dorado, Puerto Rico

If Donald Trump is the King of Debt, these guys were the Kings of Inflation

Maximilian Bern had saved up 100,000 German marks for what should have been a modest, but comfortable retirement.
But in 1923, he withdrew every last cent, and spent it all on one purchase: a subway ticket.

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Wednesday Night 3-27-19  
Zig  It took me a long time to stop listening because I believed the excuses given for would keep hoping it would go through the next week....and the next.....eventually I caught on.....but I was that.....
futuremoney  light bulb for me was...I accidently clicked on a page that was 3 years old....they were saying the exact...not amost..but exactly the same thing as the day with that sh!t
Dave  I just do not know why we have over complicated all this......I got in when I learned CBI discussed dropping 3 zeros and "Restoring the IQD" when political,social and economic stability was achieved......
Dave  are we there yet....?


Don961: Proposed Introduction to Economic Reform

Wednesday 27 March 2019

Dr.. In the name of Brahimi
The topic of the search for possible solutions to overcome the economic problems experienced by Iraq and the need to overcome the current crisis, which can be summarized by atheism and corruption are the most prominent topics that are talked about in the academic circles of economic and even political elites and officials and always.

However, the failure to solve this problem (composite) has several reasons can be discussed by asking some questions, including: Can the economy develop independently of the problem of corruption? 

If this is possible, is Iraq capable of diversifying and restructuring the economy? Where should we begin? And when?