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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Tuesday Evening 4-24-18 
xyz: International Monetary Fund »: Regulatory measures to reduce corruption http://www.alsabaah.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=156136 Baghdad / follow - up to the morning IMF encouraged its members to address the phenomenon of corruption, where the fund will adopt, as of Tmosalmqubl, a new regulatory framework to allow for the annual missions of the teams on the ground to conduct a regular assessment on the "nature and gravity of corruption",
and that includes corruption all the countries of the world From the public and private sectors, and at all levels of society, as evidenced by the recent condemnation of Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva for 12 years in prison for corruption and money laundering.


Desmo: I went to my bank in Texas (one of the 5 "participating" banks) about 2 or 3 months ago, to make a deposit, and the bank manager approached me and asked if there was anything he could help me with. I asked him if they handled currency exchange and he asked which currency I was inquiring about. 

I mentioned Dong and Dinar, and he replied, "we do currency transactions but not Dinar and have no plans for that." 

Then he started into the same thing we've all heard, "that's a scam and you might want to reconsider your investments," etc. 

I went in yesterday and again he approached me to see if he could help with anything. 

I told him, "I'm just making a deposit, but while you're here, I'm curious if this branch is the one I need to go to for a currency exchange or do I need to go to the main bank downtown?"