Wed. AM TNT News Articles 2-16-22



Al-Sadr issues a statement regarding the exchange rate of the dollar – urgent

Today, Wednesday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, issued a .statement regarding the dollar exchange rate

Al-Sadr said in a tweet, posted on his personal account on the social networking site Twitter, that “after the rise in the exchange rates of the dollar, and the benefits and harms that it contains, its rise should not be an increase in market prices, especially . “.with regard to the important commodities that the people need in their daily life  link

Kurdish Activist: The Ruling Families Deduct 65 Dollars From Each Barrel And Deposit It In Their Account

The Kurdish activist Mahmoud Yassin Kurdi accused, on Wednesday, the ruling families in the Kurdistan region of stealing large sums of money and depositing them in their accounts in Europe.

In a tweet on Twitter, which was seen by the “Information” agency, Kurdi said, “In the past seven months, with oil prices rising to more than $90, but the Kurdistan Region’s oil revenues were only $350 million.”

He added, “These numbers mean that each barrel of oil goes from only $25 to employee salaries, and the rest goes to European banks in the families’ account. That’s why they want to turn the decision of the Federal Court to the issue of nationalism!”

And the Federal Supreme Court announced, yesterday, Tuesday, that it is not possible for the Kurdistan region to export oil and to hand over the previous proceeds to the Federal Sumo Company, as well as the invalidity of the oil and gas law in the region     link

Central Bank: Iraq has made important strides in increasing electronic payment tools

The Central Bank of Iraq confirmed, today, Wednesday, that Iraq has made important strides in increasing electronic payment tools and transforming Iraqi society into a .digital one, and gradually leaving cash dealing

And the media office of the Central Bank said in a statement received by (Baghdad today), that “an Iraqi – Jordanian banker held a forum organized by the Association of Private Banks in Baghdad, in the presence of the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank Ammar Hamad, Minister of Digital Economy Ahmed Al-Hanahadeh and a “.number of Iraqi and Jordanian banks and payment companies The Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ammar Hamad Khalaf, said during the meeting, according to the statement,

“This forum comes at a very important time, as the Central Bank has made important strides in increasing electronic payment tools and transforming the Iraqi society into a digital one and gradually leaving cash dealing

Explaining that the Central Bank owns Astrategy for implementing financial .inclusion tools He pointed out that “the Iraqi banking sector is in a stage of growth, and it can cooperate with Jordanian electronic payment companies, which will reflect positively “.on the country’s economy

For his part, the Jordanian Minister of Digital Economy Ahmed Al-Hanaha said, “The delegation includes a number of Jordanian companies that intend to enter the Iraqi market and work within the other banking and economic sectors, considering the Iraqi market is very similar to the Jordanian market, indicating that the Iraqi market “.is complementary to the Jordanian market, and not competitors

He pointed out that “financial inclusion in Jordan was able to achieve a qualitative leap, as it was 25% and now it has reached 60%, noting that electronic payment “.operations through collecting government bills in Jordan have reached 80% On the other hand, the advisor of the Association of Banks, Samir Al-Nusairi, said, “The Iraqi banking sector has the human and material capabilities to increase the use of electronic payment, indicating that there are many international companies such as MasterCard and Visa Card working in Iraq, and this facilitates the electronic “.payment process

Meanwhile, the Director General of the Payments Department at the Central Bank, Doha Abdul Karim, said, “The Central Bank has a strategy and is determined to implement and succeed, to move the country to the use of electronic payment tools,” explaining that “the banking sector has a clear vision of moving towards digital .progress as well as finding solutions to problems.”

“That we may encounter In conclusion, Deputy Executive Director of the Association of Iraqi Private Banks, Ahmed Al-Hashemi, said, “The Iraqi society is ready to shift towards using electronic payment tools, after settling employee salaries,” noting that “the current trend is “.focused on merchants in order to publish points of sale

He pointed out that “the Association of Iraqi Private Banks is ready for the success of the Central Bank’s strategy to enhance the concept of financial inclusion, through the electronic collection of various government bills, such as the issuance of passports, the national card, and others, which contributes to reducing the time for completing “.the transaction and reducing financial corruption  link

Iraq embarks on digital transformation at ITIEX International

Today, Tuesday, the Ministry of Communications announced the launch of the exclusive exhibition “Itex for Technology and Communications”, under the slogan “Iraq is moving towards digital transformation, and the accelerated adoption of artificial intelligence technology“, on the grounds of the Baghdad International Fair

The ministry said, in a statement received by Alsumaria News, that “under the auspices of the Prime MinisterMustafa Al-KazemiAnd Minister of Communications, Arkan Al-Shaibani, the ministry held the exclusive exhibition “Itex for Technology and Communications,” noting that it was “organized and operated by Alpha International

She indicated that the exhibition was launched under the slogan “Iraq It is moving towards digital transformation, and the accelerated adoption of artificial intelligence technology.”

The exhibition will be held, according to the statement, “with the active participation of the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce, international and local companies, major banks, private banks, money transfer and electronic payment companies. 

The Union Bank of Iraq, the diamond sponsor of the exhibition, will launch the first incubator specialized in financial technologies in Iraq The bank will present its banking services to the public and visiting specialists, in addition to spreading banking awareness and the objectives of financial inclusion that the Union Bank of Iraq seeks to achieve in various segments of Iraqi society in line with the special development in the world and keeping pace with international financial and banking progress.

The exhibition, which started today, will continue until February 18.   link

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