“Tell Me More” – Sat. PM KTFA News Articles and Last Night’s Frank26 Video Update 8-14-21

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The Kurdistan Region will suspend the official working hours next Thursday

13th August, 2021

The Kurdistan government announced, on Friday, the suspension of official working hours in the official departments in the region, next Thursday, on the occasion of the tenth of Muharram.

According to the official holidays schedule approved by the regional government, on Thursday, 19 August 2021, official working hours will be suspended in government departments and institutions on the tenth of Muharram, the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him). LINK

Frank26 Friday Night Video

8-13-21……TELL ME MORE

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Frank26 » August 14th, 2021

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The price of the dollar raises inflation rates to 8 percent..and planning: does not raise fears

14th August, 2021

The Ministry of Planning announced, Saturday, August 14, 2021, the reasons for the high rate of inflation in the country, revealing its natural limits.

Ministry spokesman Abdul-Zahra Al-Hindawi said in a statement to “The Obelisk” that inflation rates are rising in all countries and varying between one country and another, subject to the development reality of countries.

He added that in Iraq, after the change in the exchange rate of the dollar, inflation rates increased more than it was before the change in the exchange rate, noting that the rates began to witness stability during the recent period and there is a cumulative rise between half to 1 percent.

He went on to say that the inflation rate rose to 8%, which is an average for a country like Iraq that is living in these conditions that are not alarming. He pointed out that if the rate rises to 10 or 12 percent, it is within the natural rates of rising inflation and is not unbridled, but is called a controlled natural rise that does not raise fears.

A group of unions and federations had announced earlier, the launch of a national campaign to support the national currency and the economy and increase the citizen’s confidence in the Iraqi dinar.

Six unions said in a statement received by Al-Masala, in which it announced the launch of a national campaign sponsored by the Central Bank of Iraq to raise awareness to support the national currency and the Iraqi economy. A large segment of Iraqi society.

This campaign aims to shed light on the importance of dealing with the national currency and increasing the citizen’s confidence in it, for the contribution of all sectors to maintaining the exchange rate and keeping inflation at low rates, and reducing poverty and unemployment rates through the entry of Iraqi and foreign investors to work inside the country, which will lead to Increasing the services provided to citizens and this is fully reflected positively on the economy.

Poverty indicators in the country increased to 27 percent due to the increase in price hikes, according to the Ministry of Planning.

The prices of goods, especially foodstuffs, rose due to the high exchange rate of the dollar.   LINK

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