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Samson » April 10th, 2022

Iraq maintains 39th place globally in gold possession

10th April, 2022

Today, Sunday, the World Gold Council announced a decline in the world’s reserves of the metal after the central banks of countries sold quantities of it within one month, indicating that Iraq had not provided any update on its gold holdings since last October

The council said in its latest schedule for the month of April 2022 that “the world’s gold reserves decreased by 6 tons as a result of the central banks selling quantities of it,” explaining that “Uzbekistan is the largest seller in the month, as it reduced its gold reserves by 22 tons to 339 tons, and sold Kazakhstan 5 tons, Qatar 6 tons, Mongolia 1 tons and Germany 1 tons

He added, “Turkey dominated net purchases, adding 25 tons to its gold reserves, India buying 2.6 tons during the month, while Ireland, the only active buyer in the developed market, added 1 tons of gold to its reserves

He pointed out that “Iraq has not provided any update on its gold holdings since October 2021, but it maintained its global position 39 out of the 100 countries listed in the table with the largest gold reserves, bringing its gold holdings to 96.4 tons, which represents 9.3% of the rest of its other reserves LINK

Learn about Iraq’s ranking globally and in the Arab world among the largest countries by GDP

10th April, 2022

Iraq ranked 52nd globally and fourth in the Arab world among the largest countries in GDP for the year 2022, according to the American “CEOWORLD” magazine for statistics.

The magazine said in a report seen by Shafak News Agency that “the five largest economies in the world according to the nominal GDP measure are the United States, China, Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom, and that these top five countries constitute more than half of the world’s economic output by GDP in value Nominal,” noting that “the global gross domestic product is $95 trillion as of 2022.”

And she added, “The nominal gross domestic product of the United States, which came first in the world, amounts to 24.79 trillion dollars in 2022, and China is the second largest economy in terms of nominal GDP, reaching 18.46 trillion dollars, while Japan has the third largest economy in the world with a total GDP. It amounts to $5.38 trillion, the German economy is the fourth largest in the world with a GDP of $4.5 trillion, and the UK economy is the fifth largest in the world with a GDP of $3.44 trillion.

And she indicated that “Iraq ranked 52 globally and fourth in the Arab world, as the nominal gross domestic product of Iraq during the year 2022 is about 226 billion, and 620 million dollars,” and it is expected that “this output will rise during the year 2023 to 239 billion, 993 million dollars, and to 251 One billion and 504 million dollars in 2024, and it will reach 277 billion and 850 million dollars in 2026.

According to the report, “Arably”, Saudi Arabia came first and ranked 19th globally with the largest GDP, as it will reach in 2022 about 876 billion and 148 million dollars, followed by Egypt second and 33rd globally with 438 billion and 348 million dollars, followed by the United Arab Emirates third and 35th globally with a 427 billion and 930 million dollars, and then Qatar comes fifth and 57th globally, at 180 billion and 883 million dollars.

Gross Domestic Product is the monetary market value of all final goods and services manufactured within a country during a specified period.  LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps


Clare » April 10th, 2022

FROM FRANK:  FAMILY THE ARTICLES ABOUT AN ESTABLISHED GOVERNMENT………. DO YOU THINK THIS IS FOR THE IRAQI CITIZENS?………. THEY KNOW THIS……..FRANK26

The Supreme Judiciary: There is no constitutional provision related to the term caretaker government

9th April, 2022

The Supreme Judicial Council confirmed today, Saturday, the absence of a constitutional text regarding the caretaker government.

The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, said, according to the official agency, that “there is no constitutional text related to the term caretaker government, just as there is no explicit text of the term emergency government.”

The discussion is taking place during the current period and after the end of the period specified for forming the new government, by going to the caretaker government or an emergency government. 

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FROM FRANK:  FAMILY THEY NEED SOME LIQUIDITY UNTIL THEY RELEASE THE NEW CURRENCY AND THE NEW EXCHANGE RATE…… IT IS THE DELAYS THAT CAUSED THIS. THIS IS NOT THE NSCN’S (New Small Currency Notes)  THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT…. FRANK26 

Parliamentary Investment: We will monitor the process of pumping currency into the market

05:53 – 09/04/2022

A member of the Parliamentary Economy and Investment Committee, Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, confirmed that the parliamentary committees will anticipate the Ministry of Finance’s action to pump the currency into the market.

Al-Ziyadi said in an interview with “Mawazine News” that “during our question to the Minister of Finance, we tried hard to find a solution to the issue of the delay in approving the budget, but the Finance’s response to the Food Security Law contained many problems.”

He added, “The government must cover the street with a certain liquidity, regardless of the arguments, and there will be strong oversight from the House of Representatives in this regard.”  LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps

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