Sunday evening UPDATE for February 17, 2019 Posted by RayRen981. Iraq is reporting that the vote on the cabinet will be completed at the first session in March.2. Parliament is to host Saleh and Mahdi at its first session on March 4 to develop strategies and maneuvers for combating corruption.3. All of the Green Zone will be open for 24 hours on a “test” basis.4. The Tariffs and Taxes supposedly
MilitiaMan (KTFA)Article: “Customs: We will begin the unification of customs procedures at all ports as of tomorrow”…They moved it up from the 17th, so for those that suggest Iraq is always late, they in fact this time early… I love that pattern change.. Bring on the lifting of the exchange rate with no lag time.. lol …Then we await the lifting of the three zeros from the exchange rate, thus
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(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on intelligence leaks received from several sources which may or may not be accurate. Other confirmed sources may also be included in this overview.)The BRICS is prepared to deliver a crippling blow to the stock market if the current non-compliant GESARA nations don’t get their show on the road.This blow will force the
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By John Lee.
Air India has commenced twice-weekly flights between Najaf and Lucknow.
Return flights will be operated on Mondays and Thursdays.
(Source: Air India)
The Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) has announced that it has launched it’s ‘IBBC Women’s Group’, dedicated to empowering and advancing women’s careers and networks across all areas of business in Iraq, the Middle East and Internationally.
Under the Chairmanship of Samar Thamer of AMS Iraq and coordinated by IBBC’s Agne Abramauskaite and Ashley Goodall, the Women’s Group will be organising events, talks and networking opportunities for those who wish to participate in this progressive and exciting new venture.
IBBC Women’s Group primarily wants to encourage and reinforce the role of women’s socio-economic development in the Middle East Region.
We will work with our members to share knowledge and best practice, via networking opportunities, online platforms and events to ensure that standards are raised to benefit women in the ME. We want to encourage men and women to speak up and share the best practice and showcase greater awareness of women’s prospects globally.
IBBC Women’s Group is a part of Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC), which facilitates business, trade and investment, for the benefit of the Republic of Iraq and its members, seeking to bring together Iraqi, British and international companies and public sector bodies through a joint platform identifying mutual interests and common goals.
It is a powerful network of some of the most important global corporations as well as key Iraqi and British companies and enjoys the highest-level of support from governments and Global Organisations.
- Reinforce measures to promote women in corporate leadership through the IBBC
- Increase women’s access to mentorship and training opportunities that could led by the companies and academic institutions that are linked with IBBC
- Support social awareness and promote gender equality at work and communities
- Create networking, business and mentoring events on and off line
- Influence the Iraqi government where possible to drive progress towards women’s empowerment
If you have an interest in the IBBC’s Women’s Group and would like to participate, please join our newly created LinkedIn & Facebook groups to keep up to date on activities going forward: