I ‘ve been a bit removed but I’ve started seeing info in main stream so can anyone tell me where we really are?
Yetti, we are standing in the midst of the release to be seen. The lower denoms have been in the branches, the fils-coins, have been positioned for release in the market place. The summit and meetings have been a success such the “open for business’ sign is hanging for Iraq, and last week, countries have set up their offices in Iraq to conduct businesses. Deals and contracts are pending the release of the rate, and banks set to go as well
Funny though, I haven’t seen any pics of the lower denoms or the fils in the marketplace. If you have an image please let me know where to find it.
Why would they make that public before the release? They specimens are in the branch for certain eyes but not public yet.
Source: Dinar Recaps
E-government enhances the national economy
The economic affairs specialist, Muhammad Al-Najjar, stressed that “the transition to e-government has become an imperative to advance the reality of performance within the country.”
He said: “The country’s adoption of a general electronic system that enhances confidence in the national economy, and represents a real shift towards changing the shape of the country, and ends all forms of corruption, in addition to the high flow it achieves in completing daily transactions.”
He pointed out that “the advanced electronic systems adopted in developed countries maintain the access of the collected funds to the public treasury, without any defect and away from all forms of manipulation that may accompany these developments.”
He cautioned that «e-government accelerates the development of all areas of life and brings all investments wishing to enter the local labor market, with its advanced technologies and capital, we desperately need.
Regarding the cost of this project, Al-Najjar stated that “such a project needs billions of dollars, and in the current circumstances it is difficult to implement by fully adopting the state budget. Rather, it can be implemented by the private sector in return for money, and thus it can shorten time and do the private sector, and focus The state on the exchange that does not confuse budget”.
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He explained that «the application of e-government needs 1% of the number of the workforce for this project, and this means that Iraq needs
For “300,000” experts and specialists in this field, which means new job opportunities in addition to the great benefit to the country.
In turn, a member of the Federation of Businessmen, Muhammad Hamid Ahmed, stated that “e-government represents an important direction for the next stage, and it must be an important link in the series of reforms that the Iraqi government is working to adopt, to extricate the national economy from the confusion and confusion that it has been experiencing for decades, away from a clear identity.” that can be adopted to run the country. link
The Central Bank of Iraq organizes a workshop for the banking and insurance sectors
On Sunday, the Central Bank organized a workshop between the banking sector and the insurance sector.
The bank stated in a statement that Nass received a copy of it, (September 12, 2021), that it “organized a workshop for the banking and insurance sectors to twinning banking and insurance activities.”
The statement added, “In the workshop, several axes were discussed, the most prominent of which was the reality of the insurance sector in Iraq and its contributions for the next stage in revitalizing banking and economic work, including strengthening the roles of banks in granting loans within the Central Bank initiative, as well as their credit activity from their resources in granting housing and personal loans. car loans, etc.
The workshop also dealt with “the importance of updating the legal provisions, instructions and controls that govern the work of banks and insurance companies in cooperation with the Central Bank of Iraq to develop the regulatory framework governing these important institutions. link
Oil reveals the imminent adoption of “Visa Cards” at filling stations
Today, Saturday, the Ministry of Oil revealed the imminent adoption of prepaid cards “Visa Card” at fuel filling stations.
The media office of the ministry said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, that “the Undersecretary for Distribution Affairs confirmed the final touches to adopt the prepaid card system.”Visa Card At filling stations, during the opening of a fuel station Musa bin Naseer in a Baghdad after being rehabilitated.
According to the statement, the Undersecretary for Distribution Affairs said that “the ministry is working to adopt modern electronic systems in all oil sectors, including the distribution sector, and to upgrade the services provided in it,” stressing that “these systems achieve a great flow of refueling, as well as curbing cases of waste and exploitation, if any
For his part, the Director General of the Oil Products Distribution Company said:Hussein Talib “The company, through the technical and engineering departments and the company’s staff, has implemented (85%) of the rehabilitation plans and programs for government stations,” referring to “the adoption of modern engineering designs and taking into account the aesthetic and urban aspect, as well as the installation of fuel pumps from solid mills. link
Source: Dinar Recaps
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