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Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Tuesday Night   9-11-18  
 
Dave   The governor of the bank Ali al-Alaq said in a press statement: "The Central Bank to develop a plan to compensate the market small categories of local currency, as will be next month large quantities of huge ones," noting that "these quantities will meet the need of the local market for those categories of currency."
  
Dave  not sure what this means....
 
Baxter  all they are doing is replacing worn currency.... thats it
Baxter  maybe getting rid of some of the larger notes in the process
 
Dave  as will be next month large quantities of huge ones," noting that "these quantities will meet the need of the local market for those categories of currency."
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KTFA:

Don961: Trillion .. The size of Washington's spending on wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria

According to Pentagon calculations, US military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria have cost US taxpayers more than $ 1.5 trillion

A report by the Pentagon at the end of last March, and seen by the (Mawazine News), the Pentagon has allocated since 11 September 2001 $ 1.501 trillion to cover the costs of the war

According to these calculations, most of the money went to previous operations in Iraq and amounted to about $ 731 billion, or 49% of the total, followed by the war in Afghanistan, $ 584.3 billion, or 39% of the tota

The operation in Afghanistan, in its current form, was spent about $ 134.3 billion, and the lowest amount was allocated to the military campaign in Syria, amounting to approximately $ 23.5 billion
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