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    Central Bank: Iraqi society prefers to use cash in daily transactions

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    Post by Rocky Mon 04 Mar 2024, 4:38 am

    Central Bank: Iraqi society prefers to use cash in daily transactions

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    Ammar Hamad, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq



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    Economy News - Baghdad
     
     
    The Central Bank of Iraq announced today, Monday, the use of the best internationally approved systems and standards in the field of electronic payment, while indicating that it spends hundreds of millions of dollars annually to develop infrastructure systems to build an important base for the development of electronic payment in Iraq.
    Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ammar Khalaf, said in a speech at the first Iraqi Digital Economy Forum, “The digital financial transformation in Iraq began with the localization of state employee salaries and the opening of bank accounts, the primary purpose of which is to use electronic payment in daily transactions, whether inside Iraq.” Or outside it.”
    Khalaf added, “Iraqi society prefers to rely on cash in daily transactions, but the government’s efforts to support digital transformation, especially in the financial sector and other sectors, gave a strong impetus to the Central Bank over the past year and it continues to encourage and activate electronic payment in Iraq by issuing many Among the laws, controls and instructions that encourage the use of electronic payment in Iraq.
    He pointed out that "some ministries responded quickly to the directives of the Central Bank and the Iraqi government, especially the Ministry of Oil by making collections at gas stations and others via electronic payment, as well as the Passports Directorate, which obligated payment to be electronic, in addition to the General Traffic Directorate and other ministries." Stressing that "all this support gives a very strong and significant impetus to electronic payment."
    He pointed out that "the Central Bank has been the only influential player for many years, as it has embraced the importance of digital transformation in most of its transactions, and spends hundreds of millions of dollars annually to develop infrastructure systems to build an important base for developing electronic payment in Iraq through the use of the best internationally approved systems and standards in this field." ".




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