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Lifting Iraq from FATF Blacklist

What is FATF and What is the Blacklist for This Group? The International Financial Action Task Force “FATF” blacklists jurisdictions or high-risk countries due to deficiencies in its systems strategy to fight money laundering and terrorist financing and this list is being update always. It includes the countries which the Financial Action Task Force considered

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Social Security in Iraq

Social Security is a way of helping to provide social care and economic insurance for individuals by relying on government funds. It is the administration of programs that help individuals benefit from it during disability, old age, death, and insurance against unemployment. it is applied after the worker leaves his work with the company in

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IBBC Conference – Dubai

Dubai hosted the activities of the Iraqi British Business Council “IBBC” under the title “Together We Build Iraq”, between 10-11 November 2022. The representative of the British Prime Minister in Iraq, Baroness Emma Nicholson and the governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb, the British ambassador to Iraq, Mark Bryson and UAE Minister of

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Legal Frame to invest in the Healthcare Sector

The Ministry of Health initiated a committee to consider investment requests. The fields that need investment are pharmaceutical industries, hospital construction, and medical services in health centers. The Ministry of Health has developed a plan to invest in the health sector, with a view to expanding the health services provided to citizens and developing the

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An Overview of Health Insurance in Iraq

The health insurance act No 22 of 2020 was issued in 1/2/2021. This act will establish a health insurance commission to regulate and control the health insurance fund. This commission is directly linked with the ministry of health. However, the council of ministers may disengage the commission from the ministry of health after five years

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Legal Value of Electronic Documents

HG.ORG Iraq is witnessing a wide development in the means of communication after the development in technology that facilitated communications, exchange of information and the appearance of electronic documents, which are extracts of automatic computers, the Internet and modern means of communication such as fax and telex. Therefore, it became necessary to have laws and

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An Overview of Arbitration in Iraq

Due to the global economic and technological developments and the information and communications revolution of the third millennium, and its reflection on all local and global economies, its contractual relations, investments, and resulting disputes require resolution away from local justice and its long procedures, in short of time and effort. The necessity for alternative dispute

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Legal Nature of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law

 Article on HG.ORG  The UNCITRAL Committee is a subsidiary legal body of the United Nations General Assembly, and the UNCITRAL Secretariat is the international commercial legal division of the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat. The UNCITRAL Commission is a legal body with global membership specialized in commercial law reform on a

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Contributions of the UNCITRAL Committee in the Context of International Trade

International trade exchange means achieving faster growth and higher standards of living and providing new opportunities through trade in general and international trade in particular. In order to increase these opportunities on a global scale, there must be a legal framework and international committees working to lay down modern, fair and harmonious foundations, laws and

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Procedures for Transferring Ownership of a Property in Iraq

 Article on HG.ORG  The procedures for transferring ownership of a property in Iraq are not complicated, as they are done through simple steps, and do not require several documents to be completed, as the Iraqi government is keen to facilitate all the procedures and transactions for Iraqi citizens through its various departments. Therefore, the procedures

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