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Economist: Paying the fees of ports in dinars or dollars cuts off the brokers and negotiators

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Economist: Paying the fees of ports in dinars or dollars cuts off the brokers and negotiators

Post by rocky on Sun 14 Jan 2018, 3:56 am

Economist: Paying the fees of ports in dinars or dollars cuts off the brokers and negotiators
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Economic expert Abdul-Hussein al-Mundhari described the payment of customs duties at border crossings, in dinars or dollars, as an important means of reducing bargaining and the country's currency exchange. 

Al-Manzari said in a press statement: "The payment of fees at border crossings in dollars or dinars is of great importance, as it will serve the state in hard currency for the benefit of the Ministry of Finance and thus will be added currency to the treasury of the state that was previously obtained through the sale of oil." 

 He added: "This decision helps to increase the reserve of the Central Bank of the currency and cut off the brokers in the border outlets and reduce their bargaining with citizens." 

The bank announced that citizens can pay customs fees at border crossings in dollars or dinars, pointing out that the collection form is a regulatory and control and control and easy to check the border posts.





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Re: Economist: Paying the fees of ports in dinars or dollars cuts off the brokers and negotiators

Post by Proven on Sun 14 Jan 2018, 6:33 am

Thanks Rocky.

Another step to reduce auction demand.
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Re: Economist: Paying the fees of ports in dinars or dollars cuts off the brokers and negotiators

Post by weslin3 on Sun 14 Jan 2018, 7:07 am

Will this have to happen for a while or can it happen quickly, doing things that will end the auctions? Could there be lots of others situations they need to do this like this action to get the auctions stopped?
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Re: Economist: Paying the fees of ports in dinars or dollars cuts off the brokers and negotiators

Post by zimi31 on Sun 14 Jan 2018, 9:57 am

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Will this have to happen for a while or can it happen quickly, doing things that will end the auctions? Could there be lots of others situations they need to do this like this action to get the auctions stopped?



Good questions weslin...
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Re: Economist: Paying the fees of ports in dinars or dollars cuts off the brokers and negotiators

Post by Lobo on Sun 14 Jan 2018, 12:31 pm

Every step helps - they are going in the right direction. Coupled with the article Rocky posted about Russia dropping the debt after the "made after the re-calculation of current exchange rates" statement in that article says something is happening - just keep praying.

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