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JesusLovesBaseball:  Improving the business environment in Iraq


Amer Eissa Al-Jawahri *

Calls have been repeated from governmental and sometimes non-governmental agencies to local and foreign investors to work and invest in Iraq and the announcement that Iraq is a favorite place and attractive to investors and investment in infrastructure and services.

In spite of the increase of the virtual employment opportunities for the next phase in Iraq, including the requirements of the reconstruction of areas liberated from terrorist operations and expectations of increasing the direction of resources to economic construction throughout the country will gradually decrease the requirements of military operations in the fight against terrorism and in light of the supposed improvement in the management of the economic file.

Notes From The Field By Simon Black

​The US government lost nearly $1 trillion in FY 2017. Again

October 6, 2017  Cauquenes, Chile 

There was a time, centuries ago, that France was the dominant superpower in the world. 

They had it all. Overseas colonies. An enormous military. Social welfare programs like public hospitals and beautiful monuments. 

Most of it was financed by debt. 

France, like most superpowers before (and after), felt entitled to overspend as much as they wanted. 

​5 Money Mistakes You're Probably Making Now
Are you making these common money mistakes? Find out here.
Christy Bieber (ChristyB) Oct 7, 2017 
Managing your money can feel stressful and complicated, especially since it's important to make the right financial decisions to achieve key goals. 

Knowing how to manage your money properly involves knowing what you need to do -- like making a financial plan. But it also means knowing what not to do.