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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Preparations Saudi investment in Iraq welcomed by the members of parliament

Preparations for Saudi Arabia to invest in Iraq during a visit by its foreign minister, Adel al-Jubeir to Baghdad last week, has been welcomed...

Nikkei falls due to profit taking and ending the week on gains 1%

Japanese stocks fell at the close of trading on Friday as investors took profits ahead of the weekend after reaching the highest level in...

A slight rise in the price of oil, OPEC

OPEC basket oil prices today rose to $ 53.82 a barrel. The General Secretariat of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC bulletin that the...

CBI, the auction for this week concluded the sale of more than $ 162...

According to a statement of the bank, he said that "the amount sold amounted to 162 million, 486 thousand, and $ 86, priced at...

Minister of Planning and discuss with the Turkish ambassador to the development of economic...

Planning Minister Salman Jumaili discussed with the Turkish ambassador in Baghdad Fatih Yildiz and the fact that the bilateral relations between the two countries...

Two omani companies Signed an agreement to resume flying over Iraqi airspace

Director General of the General Establishment of Civil Aviation Mohsen Hussein, announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding with two Omani to resume...

Oil falls with the rise in US inventories and the stability of the production...

Oil prices fell on Thursday after a rise in US crude inventories, a record unprecedented in addition to the official data showed that the...

Iraq is seeking to increase oil reserves to 170 billion during the next two...

Oil Minister Jabbar Ali Hussein Allaibi declared that Iraq is seeking to reach the reserve oil to 170 billion during the next two years. Allaibi...

Trade: Baghdad next gallery exhibits include security and defense

General Company for Iraqi Trade and Commercial Services Division of the Ministry of Commerce, announced Thursday that the Baghdad International Fair during the month...

World’s Biggest Banks Fined $321 Billion Since Financial Crisis

Banks globally have paid $321 billion in fines since 2008 for an abundance of regulatory failings from money laundering to market manipulation and terrorist...