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    The Central Bank of Iraq denies the allegations of stopping some electronic payment cards

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    The Central Bank of Iraq denies the allegations of stopping some electronic payment cards Empty The Central Bank of Iraq denies the allegations of stopping some electronic payment cards

    Post by Rocky Wed 07 Jun 2023, 2:21 pm

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    Today, Wednesday, the Central Bank of Iraq denied the circulating news that talked about depriving a group of banks and authorized electronic payment companies from participating in the external transfer platform.


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    The Central Bank said, in a statement received by Alsumaria News, that it "denies rumors about preventing or stopping electronic payment cards issued by private banks or electronic payment companies."

    The bank affirmed, “This news is untrue, as its main goal is to manipulate the exchange rate by speculators in foreign currency, and it bears full responsibility for the parties and pages that trade such fake news, and the bank also reserves its legal right to take measures that deter the promoters of that fake news in all media.” ".

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