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Bankruptcy 540 companies in the Kurdistan region

Bankruptcy 540 companies in the Kurdistan region

12/16/2017


The head of the registration of companies in the Kurdistan region of Dalzar Ismail on Saturday, the bankruptcy of 540 companies in the Kurdistan region because of the low liquidity in the markets, while noting the registration of hundreds of new companies of their names in the region.

"120 foreign companies and 420 local companies have declared bankruptcy, 35 percent of them are commercial companies, 25 percent are construction companies and companies are working in other fields," Ismail told Iraq News.

The director of registration companies in Kurdistan, said that "because of the financial crisis and low liquidity in the markets, many companies in the Kurdistan region declared bankruptcy," noting that "this is normal, because in return for that many companies registered their names this year, Territory ".

The Kurdistan region is suffering from a severe economic crisis that has forced the Kurdistan Regional Government to pay salaries to Kurdistan employees.

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United Nations: recovery of the growth of the Iraqi economy after the defeat of Wahhabism

United Nations: recovery of the growth of the Iraqi economy after the defeat of Wahhabism

12/16/2017



Foreign investors are beginning to be attracted to doing business in Iraq as the economic situation improves and a declaration of defeat defeats Wahhabism in the country, a Financial Times report quoted international officials as saying.

"Many countries have expressed their desire for economic cooperation with Baghdad after they have declared their full victory over terrorism in the country," the report quoted UN adviser to the Iraqi economy Falah Lami as saying on Saturday.

"In recent months, many delegations and government and private companies in Europe and the United States visited Iraq," he said, referring in particular to the "recent meeting between officials of the Central Bank of Iraq and representatives of Airbus and Total, as well as the visit of the British Prime Minister and a group of companies American. "

"All this indicates the recovery of Iraq. After announcing the final victory over terrorism, many have indicated that they want to invest in various areas of the Iraqi economy. Iraq has become a lucrative and attractive place for economic cooperation," he said.

"After falling oil prices, Baghdad desperately needs foreign capital and Chinese companies are already investing in the Iraqi economy," he said.

At the end of 2016, the World Bank approved a $ 1.485 billion new aid package for Iraq aimed at boosting the country’s economy, stimulating private sector growth and supporting job creation, while the country’s 2018 budget said strict costing would help the Iraqi authorities pay part Of its debt to the International Monetary Fund.

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IOM Assessment on Displacement and Returns in Iraq

As the Iraqi Government celebrated its final victory over ISIL this week, IOM, the UN Migration Agency, released a new study, which shows that 90 per cent of displaced Iraqis are determined to return home. This is similar to the long-term intentions recorded in 2016.

More than 1.3 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) have returned to their places of origin so far in 2017. In total since the start of the crisis in 2014, IOM estimates that more than 2.8 million displaced Iraqis have returned, while more than 2.9 million people remain displaced.

The IOM study, Integrated Location Assessment (ILA) analyzes both displacement and return movements of conflict-affected people across Iraq. Approximately 2.1 million displaced persons and more than 1.6 million returnees, based in 3,583 locations across Iraq, have been covered in the assessment, which was carried out between March and May 2017.

Only in Basrah and Najaf did families report that they consider integrating into the local community, where they are displaced.

According to the findings, Anbar was the single governorate where most returns took place in both 2016 and 2017, followed by Ninewa in 2017.

Among the main findings, this study identifies that residential and infrastructure damage is widespread. Nearly one third of returnees are reported to have returned to houses that have suffered significant damage, and 60 per cent to moderately damaged residences. Regarding infrastructure, most damage appears to affect roads, followed by the public power grid and water networks.

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Not one ‘single dinar‘: Yezidi MP slams Baghdad for failing Shingal

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Baghdad has not allocated a “single dinar” for the reconstruction of Yezidi areas ravaged by the war with ISIS, said a Yezidi lawmaker, slamming the government for a multitude of … According to Dakhil, Iraq has not allocated "a single dinar in its 2018 budget bill for Shingal.”.

Not one ‘single dinar‘: Yezidi MP slams Baghdad for failing Shingal

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Baghdad has not allocated a “single dinar” for the reconstruction of Yezidi areas ravaged by the war with ISIS, said a Yezidi lawmaker, slamming the government for a multitude of … According to Dakhil, Iraq has not allocated "a single dinar in its 2018 budget bill for Shingal.”.

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Not one ‘single dinar‘: Yezidi MP slams Baghdad for failing Shingal

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Baghdad has not allocated a “single dinar” for the reconstruction of Yezidi areas ravaged by the war with ISIS, said a Yezidi lawmaker, slamming the government for a multitude of … According to Dakhil, Iraq has not allocated "a single dinar in its 2018 budget bill for Shingal.”.

Not one ‘single dinar‘: Yezidi MP slams Baghdad for failing Shingal

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Baghdad has not allocated a “single dinar” for the reconstruction of Yezidi areas ravaged by the war with ISIS, said a Yezidi lawmaker, slamming the government for a multitude of … According to Dakhil, Iraq has not allocated "a single dinar in its 2018 budget bill for Shingal.”.

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USAID helping Vulnerable Communities in Iraq

USAID Counselor Thomas H. Staal, a former USAID Iraq Mission Director and now one of the agency’s top officials, returned to Iraq December 5-10 to advance U.S. efforts to help Iraq’s most vulnerable communities following the defeat of ISIS.

While in Baghdad, Staal met with government officials including Dr. Mahdi al-Allaq, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, to discuss how Iraq can strengthen its support for minority communities.

Staal also met with United Nations representatives who are implementing U.S.-funded stabilization programs in Anbar, Ninewa, and Salah ad Din provinces.  He affirmed the U.S. government’s pledge to provide an additional $150 million to this effort.

With this new infusion of funds, the United States will have provided more than $265 million for stabilization projects and a separate $1.7 billion throughout Iraq for humanitarian assistance to Iraqis who were displaced by the ISIS threat beginning in 2014.

On December 6, Staal traveled to Erbil for a closer look at U.S. assistance to internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region.  After an initial meeting with the Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs, he sat down with NGO leaders and representatives from the Christian, Yezidi, Sabean-Mandean, Kakai, Baha’i, Zoroastrian, and Jewish communities to hear their concerns and needs post-ISIS.

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Presidency of the Parliament of Kurdistan calls for a general strike to overthrow the Barzani government!

Presidency of the Parliament of Kurdistan calls for a general strike to overthrow the Barzani government!
12/15/2017

The Speaker of the Parliament of Kurdistan, Yousef Mohammed, called on citizens and political parties to prepare for the start of popular demonstrations and general strikes aimed at dissolving the current government of the Kurdistan region.
"The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) is corrupt and incapable of improving the living conditions of citizens, so the current situation requires the willingness of citizens to launch mass demonstrations with the participation of the political parties in order to dissolve the current government," Mohammed said during a televised interview with Sky Press. "The citizens are living in worsening conditions Because of corruption and lack of transparency in government institutions. "
The Speaker of the Parliament of Kurdistan also stressed the need for the security forces to protect the safety of citizens and protect them during the demonstrations.
"The movement of change has submitted a project to form a transitional government to manage the current phase, but the parties of the Authority are trying to keep the current government intact," said Mohammad, who has been exercising his legislative duties in Sulaymaniyah since he was prevented from entering Erbil in 2015.

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Abadi: The world owes Iraq its sacrifices and suffering and its fight against terrorism

Abadi: The world owes Iraq its sacrifices and suffering and its fight against terrorism
12/14/2017

He called for creating a good environment for the citizen
Baghdad / Follow-up morning

Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said Iraq’s move towards reconstruction and concern for the environment, which was neglected because of the wars, pointing out that the main reasons for the entry of terrorism into Iraq is corruption, while stressing that the Peshmerga is part of our armed forces, pointed out that the great Iraqi successes call for the international community To stand with Iraq, calling for work on sustainable development and human and create a good environment for the citizen.


"Iraq has cleared its territory of terrorists and moved towards reconstruction and concern for the environment that has been neglected for decades by wars," Abadi said on the sidelines of
the Paris Climate Conference, just before his visit to the capital and his return to Baghdad.

"The world owes Iraq its sacrifices. Suffering and the fight against terrorism. "
Abadi added that «great Iraqi successes call on the international community to stand with Iraq», pointing out that «there is an international trend to support Iraq,

and we benefit from the atmosphere of international meetings to create an environment conducive to investment and to support the economy and reconstruction of Iraq, and initiatives to support Iraq has now begun».


"The fight against corruption is part of the reconstruction and stability. If there is corruption, there can be no reconstruction and stability in the country," he said. "One of the reasons for the entry of terrorism into Iraq is corruption and fighting it is an essential and vital part."

"The Peshmerga is part of our forces, and we have lived like all the fighters. We fought alongside the Iraqi army and the rest of our forces in the liberation of Mosul.

There are those who wanted to differentiate between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army through the referendum and the army. Iraq should cooperate with it ».

"What was put forward at the Paris climate conference is that Iraq can be a shining picture of the countries that have been exposed to terrorism and how they have risen again, and terrorism is looking for other places, but it will not work as long as we are cooperating," Abadi said.

"We do not want the world to give up on us after we have accomplished our task of eradicating terrorism and liberating our territories and keeping Iraq united," he said, noting that "he is calling for a very serious terrorist organization and we should be careful about how to root out its roots not only militarily but intellectually. Its goals and its ability to recruit young people ».

"Iraq is a success story in eradicating terrorism, and we must preserve this achievement and preserve the unity of Iraq," he said. "Iraqis are equal in rights and duties regardless of religion or nationality. This message is important and we have established it in Iraq."

"Today, Iraq has changed, and the world is coming to him. We have identified the assistance of the international community to us when we fought and supported a group of nations. We did not expand it and did not fight on Iraqi soil other than the Iraqis," he said.

"We do not want the world to donate billions of dollars to us. We are realists and we need basic things," he said. "Iraq must remain a center of attention for its successful experiment. We must preserve this status. Iraqis are capable of renaissance."

The Prime Minister, before the end of his visit to the French capital presiding over Iraq’s delegation to the climate summit, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, who stressed the stand of the international organization with Iraq in the reconstruction and stability.

"Guterres congratulated Abadi on the great victory the Iraqis have achieved on a preacher," he said, adding that he "looks forward to Iraq being a successful example among nations."

"The two sides discussed during the meeting cooperation in the trial of terrorists and those who supported them, and fight their deviant ideas," the statement added.

Upon his return to Baghdad, the Prime Minister chaired the third session of the Supreme Council for Population in the presence of a number of ministers concerned.

"We are in a new phase after the completion of a military call, and we have to give hope to the citizen by advancing the work and making the priorities that he needs, and not only by numerical statistics, but by working on sustainable and human development and creating a good environment," Abadi said.

Of the citizen ».
The statement also referred to the government’s priorities in returning the displaced and informing them that their return to their homes and towns is better than staying in the camps.
"Abadi also listened to the ministers’ remarks and briefed on the national document on population policies prepared by the supervisory committee to draw up a promising population policy in Iraq over the coming years."

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