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Don961: (See Article Below) The Appearance is saying there is no advantage for Iraq to have a low exchange rate .... or holding down the value of their currency to get a trade advantage and attract business ... because Iraq's main exports are oil and raw materials ... i.e. minerals , etc. ........ and those commodities' prices are determined by world demand and world markets with a one-price system ....

it's not like they can manufacture something cheaper like TVs , cell phones , cars ,whatever and purposely keep their currency devalued to attract customers ... what Iraq has to offer is a whole different animal ... imo  

Samson:  Reduction of exchange rate: costs and benefits

11th October, 2017

Dr. Mohammed Saleh appearance

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Late Wednesday Night 10-11-17  

chattels: There is a great deal more accusatory, angry and aggressive rhetoric today between Baghdad and Erbil. I am not going to post any of it for a couple of reasons. It may be just rhetoric and I am rather tired of it all.

chattels: It is difficult to connect any dots in the midst of this barrage of verbiage.

chattels: And it is always better to remain silent and be thought a fool rather than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt :)

chattels: IMF: Global financial stability improving but risks 



Walkingstick:  Iraqi and US banks meet in Washington


Baghdad / Hussein Thogb 

The presence of adults on the field of international work comes in any case, where conventional economies are not usually not important international attention of the largest economic blocs, and here comes the presence of Iraqi banks and US banks in Washington evidence of the importance of Iraq and its economy for the side The other, who is aware that the size of work in our country is large and can be employed in the financial and executive sector in more than one sector within Iraq.

Preparations continue between Iraq represented by the Association of Iraqi private banks and the US States represented by the Institute of Strategic Studies, And an Iraqi-US meeting on October 18 Great cooperation.