[size=36]Central Bank: Cash reserves rise to 82 billion dollars[/size]
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The Central Bank of Iraq revealed, on Thursday, that cash reserves had risen to $82 billion, as well as an increase in its gold balance to record levels.
The official spokesman for the Central Bank, Omar Assem, said in an interview with the official newspaper "Al-Sabah", followed by Mawazine News, that "the bank's reserves currently amount to 82 billion dollars."
He added, "Iraq also advanced 10 ranks in the table of countries with the most gold in possession, to become the 30th globally and 4th in the Arab world, as its total possessions exceeded 130 tons, after purchasing an additional 34 tons, and this came within the bank's policy to achieve stability and ability to face changes." local and international economics. Ended 29/N33