The Governor of the Iraqi Central Bank announces the bank's intention to launch the second package of facilities to enhance the stability of the exchange rate[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.][You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Today, 19:30 |
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Today, Saturday, the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ali Mohsen Al-Alaq, confirmed the bank’s intention to launch the second package of facilities to ensure the stability of the exchange rate.
At the end of his talks with the US Federal Bank, Al-Alaq said, in an interview with US media, which was followed by (Baghdad Today), that "we presented a presentation on the bank's directions in achieving its most important goals to ensure general stability in prices, and options and proposals in the field of accelerating, expanding and streamlining the work of the electronic transfer platform." external".
He added, "We will launch the second package of facilities that will enhance the stability of the exchange rate."
For its part, the US Federal Bank confirmed that "the measures of the Central Bank of Iraq are in the right direction to build a sober banking sector."
A statement from the Central Bank's media office stated earlier, "The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ali Mohsen Al-Alaq, met Daniel Zeliko, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors at JPMorgan Corporation, on the sidelines of his visit to Washington."
The statement added, "During the meeting, it was agreed that JP Morgan Bank would facilitate payments from the Iraqi banking system to the People's Republic of China to finance private sector imports directly."
And he explained, "A number of issues related to reserves management, liquidity management, and technical support provided by the aforementioned bank to the Central Bank of Iraq and to the banking sector in Iraq were also discussed."