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meatball: @wdave1 combine the robots with decent workers is always what I suggest to companies
meatball: @Baxter get them in motion and results will follow
wdave1: @meatball I recall Bill Gates suggesting that companies should be charged a tax equal to what a Humanoid would pay for each robot.
meatball: @wdave1 who knows... maybe someday
wdave1: @meatball Some how Governments need to have cash flow. If robots are going to do all work where is the revenue going to come from?
meatball: @wdave1 I am sure they will find it somewhere
Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Saturday Night 2-3-18 Part 1 of 2
DinarResearcher: I am not sure if this article been shared yet today, so here goes.
DinarResearcher: Opening of the station project in Baghdad for entrepreneurship. 02/03/2018
DinarResearcher: In Baghdad, the project "The Station" was launched in support of entrepreneurship projects in the presence of official, Arab and foreign.
DinarResearcher: "The project is the first in Iraq to support young people and facilitate their work to achieve success that will reflect positively on the economy of the country," said the president of the Association of Iraqi Private Banks, Wadih al-Hanalal at the opening ceremony, which was attended by "Economy News". Young people to stay away from jobs by establishing their own projects. "
Frank26: EXCELLENT .......TY BROTHER DELTA \M/
DELTA: The government began steps to revive the economy
04/02/2018 0:00 Baghdad / morning / Farah pumice
Counting the increase in non-oil revenues financial expert "clear evidence" to begin reviving the Iraqi economy, calling these trends in the uncle of all productive sectors.
The expert said Thamer al-Azzawi "morning": that "the announcement by the Ministry of Transport to increase imports of airports, ports and the private transport must be an example of its application in other sectors." "The government has succeeded over the past three years in ensuring the stability of the markets, despite the financial crisis and the war on terror and corruption."
Compiled 12:14 am EDT 4 Feb. 2018 by Judy Byington
A. Last week's Reported Currency Rates on Bank Screens: (Currency rates go up and down on the bank screens. You won't know the true rate until you are actually at your exchange).
Jan 27 Dinar = $4.87
Jan. 28 Dinar = over $6 & $4.71 & $3.71
Feb. 2 Dinar in-country rate on Q cards = $3.71 and rising to over $4.
On Forex the CBI planned for Dinar to go up to $8, then would quickly fall back down
OOOTAH'S ZIMBABWE INFO FROM CALL:
Why in the world is everything suddenly all about Zimbabwe as it relates to the RV?
It’s only the 61st largest nation by square miles (roughly about the same size of Japan) and a nation of less than 15 million people. And sure it’s valuable, but so are a lot of nations in Africa. Forget the facts that they own all of the earth’s largest gold and diamond mines…
We’re told there are enormous deposits of rare earth elements, easily accessible minerals and massive precious metals deposits, largest lithium deposits on earth, plus plenty of water (not typical for most African nations) which creates an unusually fertile agriculture industry.
But what about this out-of-print “collectible currency” everyone keeps talking about? This magical ZIM rate?
Well, there are two simple reasons for Zimbabwe’s sudden rise to prominence on the global monetary scene, and few know either. One has to do with volume, and the other vision, and together they have equated to victory.
StephenMac63 : Lets suppose that the IQD was officially recognized today via an RI....what would happen at the Kuwait Economic function that is scheduled to happen between Feb 12-14?
Right now we know from articles that there are 1000 companies/people attending this thing with the IQD value as it sits right now. The value is currently not "nothing"....its "next to nothing". These folks getting in at the Kuwait function are hoping to be between "next to nothing and something".
Question remains, what exactly would happen if the RI happened before the Kuwait function? Well, the folks (1000) got in early so they will be able to have a position at this function. Do you think there will be other companies that are willing to participate after the RI? You bet they will. They will be scrambling and fighting for those contracts. The ones at the end of the line always make the most noise from afar.
Iraq has been replacing roads, began some cleanup in certain areas, reinstated part of the infrastructure....this Kuwait function is to get Iraq moving on a grand scale. Instead of Iraq clearing a couple of buildings on a block to make new apartments, they need a company that can come in and clear out whole city blocks and then build entire complexes. This includes sewer lines, water lines, roads, electrical, sidewalks, ect. And this is just for the rebuilding portion.