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    The Central Bank of Iraq clarifies the mechanism for depositing oil revenues abroad

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    The Central Bank of Iraq clarifies the mechanism for depositing oil revenues abroad Empty The Central Bank of Iraq clarifies the mechanism for depositing oil revenues abroad

    Post by Rocky Tue 02 Apr 2024, 4:56 am

    The Central Bank of Iraq clarifies the mechanism for depositing oil revenues abroad

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    Economy News - Baghdad
     
    The Central Bank of Iraq revealed the mechanism for depositing oil revenues abroad, in response to a parliamentary question on the subject.
    The document stated that the legal basis for depositing oil revenues in the “IRAQ2” account with the Federal Reserve Bank in New York is the expiration of the extension of Executive Order issued by the US President No. 13303 in 2003, which granted immunity to Iraqi funds deposited in the “DFI” account.
    Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ammar Hamad, explained that the “IRAQ2” account is used to deposit funds for Iraqi crude oil exports, and they are transferred to the Central Bank of Iraq’s account at the Federal Reserve Bank within 24 hours of receiving them.
    He stressed that this mechanism ensures that the funds are not exposed to creditor claims, as they are funds belonging to the Iraqi government derived from the export of crude oil.
    He added that a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Iraqi Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank of Iraq in 2014 regulating the work of the “IRAQ2” account, and that this memorandum is the legal basis for establishing the aforementioned account.
    He pointed out that the immunity granted in accordance with the memorandum of understanding includes sovereign funds only, and does not include funds used for commercial purposes.
    He explained that Iraq's foreign reserves are deposited with several external parties, including central banks and financial institutions, and are not limited to the Federal Reserve Bank.
    He pointed out that the interest rates on these deposits vary according to the investment segment, the duration of the investment, and the institution with which the investment is made.
    Finally, he explained that the company transporting the dollar from the Federal Reserve Bank to Baghdad International Airport is Orient, and that the insurance amount for one shipment is 414,000 US dollars, and that the transportation fees are 216,310 US dollars.
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