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China is emerging as IMF competitor

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News Date: September 12, 2022

China gave tens of billions in secretive 'emergency loans' to vulnerable nations, emerging as world's major creditor and IMF competitor.
China has shelled out tens of billions in opaque 'emergency loans' for at-risk nations, indicating a shift to providing short-term emergency lending rather than longer-term infrastructure loans.
Source: fortune.com

BRICS to create fairer payment mechanism

BRICS is exploring ideas to create a fairer payment system that reduces dependence on dollars, South African Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor has said.
South Africa is the current BRICS chair.
Source: indiatimes

Israel signs security memorandum with Bahrain

Israel and Bahrain signed a historic memorandum on security cooperation.
Abraham Accords still paying dividends More countries should join!
This is Israel's second memorandum with an Arab nation.
Thanks to President Donald Trump for this initiative.
Source: timesofisrael.com

Iraq to Regain Control of Its Own currency

Washington stops the automatic deduction from Iraqi oil revenues to compensate Kuwait.
The Chairman of the Committee of Financial Experts, Abdul Basit Turki, revealed, Thursday, that the US Federal Reserve has stopped the automatic deduction from Iraqi oil revenues in favor of Kuwait's compensation.
Turki called for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the concerned authorities to move to urge the formulation of a draft resolution that includes removing Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations completely.
With Chapter 7 Lifted, Iraq Regains Control of Its Own currency, oil, and economy.
Source: search4dinar.wordpress.com

Iraq, one more brick to GESARA

The Iraqi Prime Minister has expressed interest in joining BRICS, pending an invitation from the founding members, showcasing Iraq's desire to strengthen its global ties.
Furthermore, Iraq is set to ban cash withdrawals and U.S. dollar transactions from January 1, 2024, signaling a shift in its financial strategy and greater economic autonomy.
These developments underline Iraq's proactive stance in international affairs.
The Iraqi Dinar (IQD) is experiencing a significant surge in the Foreign Exchange (FOREX) market, marking a turning point for Iraq's currency.
Several factors, including economic recovery, global recognition of Iraq's gold & oil reserves, and proactive measures by the government and central bank, have contributed to the IQD's newfound strength.
This surge is not only attracting investors but also enhancing Iraq's role in international trade. Ultimately, the IQD's rise is empowering both Iraq's economy and its citizens by increasing purchasing power and economic opportunities.

The World toward a multi-currency system

Nations like Russia and China are now leading the charge from a one-currency world to a multi-currency world of import payments.
Russia, for example, can take its energy profits and Rubles to purchase the currencies of friendly countries like China, India, and Turkey to rebuild its reserves outside of the USD.
The old world is slowly but surely turning irreversibly away from a USD-dominated currency system toward a multi-currency and multi-FX pricing model.
Source: goldswitzerland.com

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