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    Post by Rocky Wed 16 Aug 2023, 11:08 am

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    Information / Baghdad..
     On Wednesday, the governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ali Al-Alaq, attributed the dollar crisis in the country to US pressure and sanctions on some countries.
     Al-Alaq said in a televised interview, followed by Al-Maalouma, that "US sanctions on some countries imposed restrictions on the Central Bank of Iraq and prevented it from selling dollars indirectly."
     He added, "The Central Bank continues to set restrictions to prevent manipulation of the dollar price in the parallel market, and seeks to simplify procedures for exchanging hard currency."
    Al-Alaq continued, "The Central Bank seeks to simplify procedures for traders to buy hard currencies," noting that "30% of foreign currency goes in favor of imports from China." over 25
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