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Shafaq News/ The Central Bank of Iraq decided, on Sunday, to adapt its sales of US dollars to travelers outside the country by $5,000.
This came in an official letter, seen by Shafaq News Agency, issued by the Central Bank of Iraq, addressed to banks and exchange companies mediating in the sale and purchase of foreign currencies and titled "cash sales of dollars to the traveling citizen".
The Central Bank’s letter, signed by Deputy Governor Ammar Hamad Khalaf, stated that as a result of the high level of global inflation and what it caused in the rise in travel and living costs worldwide and to meet the demands of traveling citizens in a way that suits his needs of foreign currency during travel, the bank decided to increase the ceiling of dollar sales. It becomes 5000 dollars for the traveling citizen or delegated employee during one month.
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