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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

KTFA UPDATED, 17 MAY

Frank27:   Thousands came to Your MONDAY CC FAMILY to Learn ............... What i find sad is that on tonight's WEDNESDAY CC we will have about one thousand less.

Some feel W CC not to be so Encased ......... So Sheathed with as much Powerful CC NOTES as a M's CC.

Too bad.  For tonight ............. Again they would be wrong.

A UNION in Iraq is ASKING the CBI to RV .............

What to consider on the day You can EXCHANGE  ............ The 4 that may join the IQD on an RV day part 2 ...........

The ISX and The game of Monopoly ................ A giving Mosul to CITIZENS on FRIDAY and many other Exciting events in the STUDY of our investment.  

C U in .............. 7  (7 pm est) ....... Aloha \m/
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MilitiaMan:  Here it is.. before Ramadan even.. let the party start..

Samson:  Abadi's "information": We will establish an official and popular celebrations after the announcement of a major release of Mosul

 11:47 - 17/05/2017

The prime minister promised Haider al-Abadi, the establishment of a major official and popular celebrations if the final declaration of victory over the organization of "Daesh" criminal in the liberation of the entire city of Mosul and the expected announcement before the holy month of Ramadan.

Ebadi said in a statement to the reporter / information /, on the sidelines of the weekly conference yesterday evening, he said that "victory the expeditious entire city of Mosul and liberation represents the final stage of salvation from the remnants of Daesh criminal and what remains, it will need very little time and effort less."

Abadi said, "The government will prepare a special program to mark the occasion and will be an official and popular where all official and popular institutions in all Iraqi provinces contribute to the celebration and thus these celebrations will accelerate to speed up the rest of the organization less time."

http://www.almaalomah.com/2017/05/17/158618/

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Apmcrx:  The joint forces freed 98% of the right coast area

http://newsabah.com/newspaper/121822  

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Samson:  Vietnam Banking system’s liquidity positive after months

 May, 17/2017 - 16:22

The central bank withdrew a total of VNĐ18.46 trillion (US$811.4 million) through open market operations (OMO) last week

HÀ NỘI — Liquidity in the inter-bank market has showed positive signs after several months of being under pressure.

The latest report from Saigon Securities Incorporate (SSI) showed that the central bank withdrew a total of VNĐ18.46 trillion (US$811.4 million) through open market operations (OMO) last week, reducing the money being circulated in OMO to VNĐ6.54 trillion, the lowest level in the past two months.

This is the first time since Tết (Lunar New Year) that the banking system has shown abundant liquidity. The central bank had to inject a significant amount of money through OMO to support liquidity of the banking system in the past months.

In the past week, owing to good liquidity, interest rates in the inter-bank market slid down constantly, hitting a two-month low of 4.16 per cent on May 11, down 27 basis points against the previous week.

http://vietnamnews.vn/economy/376605/banking-systems-liquidity-positive-after-months.html#xoHC8BpuTrZKc5PW.97

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Samson:  Vietnam proposes APEC initiative to facilitate e-commerce
May, 17/2017 - 15:03

Việt Nam has proposed an initiative on building an e-commerce facilitation framework within the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation which is expected to contribute to facilitating trade and investment and become a driving force for the region’s economic development

HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam has proposed an initiative on building an e-commerce facilitation framework within the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), as it is an important content in the 2017 APEC’s agenda.

According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s E-commerce and Information Technology Agency, trans-border e-commerce is seen as the fastest growing sector in world commerce. Over the past two decades, the global e-commerce value has been estimated at US$1.92 trillion.

The Asia-Pacific region has recorded the largest transaction volume in the world, followed by West Europe and North America. E-commerce revenue from the business-to-consumer (B2C) model was $144 billion in Asia-Pacific last year, accounting for approximately 35.9 per cent of the global B2C value. These figures are expected to rise to $467 billion and 47.9 per cent, respectively, by 2020.

The APEC leaders have realised the significance of e-commerce in increasing the competitiveness of micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises; in promoting sustainable growth; and in accelerating extensive and intensive regional economic connectivity.

Against this backdrop, Việt Nam has proposed an initiative on the building of an e-commerce facilitation framework, which focuses on five pillars.

The pillars include: finalising and harmonising legal frameworks on e-commerce in APEC member economies; strengthening capacity-building to enable APEC economies to support micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises to join the trans-border e-commerce market in the region and around the world; promoting cross-border protection of individual data via the implementation of the APEC’s current programmes; facilitating non-paper trade in the region; and dealing with newly arising issues in cross-border e-commerce.

The e-commerce facilitation framework within the APEC is one of the highlights of the 2017 APEC. It is expected to contribute to facilitating trade and investment and become a driving force for the region’s economic development.

The APEC was established with the goal of promoting sustainable economic growth and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region. The 2017 APEC Year is a pivotal event celebrating 20 years of Việt Nam’s APEC membership.

http://vietnamnews.vn/economy/376591/vn-proposes-apec-initiative-to-facilitate-e-commerce.html#j2gl6Get42kJLoUK.97

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