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Baghdad resume the conversion of foreign currency to Kurdistan

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Baghdad resume the conversion of foreign currency to Kurdistan

Post by rocky on Wed 04 Oct 2017, 4:36 pm

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A source in the banking sector in Iraq said that the central bank on Wednesday reduced financial restrictions imposed on the territory of Kurdistan after receiving a pledge of cooperation from the banks of the Kurdish.
The source said that the resumption of transfers of dollars and foreign currency on Wednesday with the exception of four banks owned by the Kurdish, according to Reuters.
Banking and government sources said the central bank notified the Kurdistan Regional Government on Tuesday that it would stop selling dollars to the four Kurdish banks and stop all foreign currency transfers to the region.
These measures were taken in response to a referendum held by the Territory on 25 September and voted in favor of independence.






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Re: Baghdad resume the conversion of foreign currency to Kurdistan

Post by weslin3 on Wed 04 Oct 2017, 5:27 pm

Really glad they are all getting along with each other.. on this anyway..the banks.

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