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Director General of Banking at the Central Bank praises the participation of private banks in the Ba

Post by rocky on Sun 29 Oct 2017, 2:51 am

Director General of Banking at the Central Bank praises the participation of private banks in the Baghdad exhibition at its 44th session

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Economy News _ Baghdad
The Director General of Banking and Credit in the Central Bank of Iraq, Qassem Saleh, on the most prominent exhibits of Iraqi private banks participating in the Baghdad International Fair, and the praise of the participation of Iraqi private banks in the Baghdad exhibition at its 44th session.
She listened to a detailed explanation of the most prominent banking activities carried out by the banks, which she embodied in her exhibits at its 44th session. She expressed her admiration for the major developments undertaken by banks in light of their compliance with the instructions of the Central Bank of Iraq in various fields.
This visit, which met with a number of banking leaders and managers of the pavilions, reflects the care and interest of the Central Bank of Iraq in the banking sector.


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