Central Bank: the issuance of three categories of cash in 2017
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He continued that "it is likely the launch of the new category from the beginning of the currency in 2017 because there are a number of opponents of the project," pointing out that "monetary Asaddaramlat category 50, 100 and 200 to ease trading burdens currency after deletion of zeros,as well as the provision of liquidity to the means of transportation of currency."
@Proven wrote:Previous articles indicated that the CBI was fully ready to implement the delete the zeros project. This article is stating that they are in process of redesigning the currency after the removal of zeros. It could be indicating a redesign after the delete the zeros project as further explained that the notes will be good for 10 years.
"The Yasiri (IMN) that" the central bank began to develop the study of new designs for the currency after the removal of zeros it, "noting that" the deleted currency zeros will deliberate for Sntn in the local markets, as the bank continues to center to pull the old category of the currency over ten years. " .
Magic words is "abruptly" it's the new "soon"@Lobo wrote:The CBI has stated in the past that the "old" and "new" currency would run "side-by-side" (both in the market place) until the old currency is completely withdrawn. They could RV at anytime, since it seems the "rules" change "on a whim" and the IMF is working with the CBI.
If there Credit Rating comes out next month and the Tariffs start August 1st the Dinar must be Globally traded before any of that from what I hear and read.@jedi17 wrote:hmmmm.....well....looks like Neno will get to see a couple of more Decembers, as they were supposed to release the 50 dinar worth 50,000 this year, or was it last year......yet no mention of the 1 and 2 dinar coins with these
@Talon777 wrote:2017???!!!...frustrating...more waiting...more delays...it does not sound feasible for them to revalue first and then come out with the 1 and 2 dinar currency. It is quickly coming up on 12 years since the currency first came out...just disappointed i guess...as usual as it pertains to anything related to Iraq. (I should be used to this non-sense by now) I was hoping to live a little after reval...not give the currency away to a family member who did not take any risk or invest themselves because I am no longer around to enjoy it myself.