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BatmaninIraq
01-24-2016, 12:10 PM
Citizens: banks, forcing us to take over and Daiana «dollar» Dinars

Baghdad Sarah omnipotent23/1/2016refrain civil banks Baghdad for exchange remittances and deposits dollar citizens in the same currency to persons held or sent to them, but the launch in Iraqi dinars, and the price that sells by the central bank.
He complained Bgdadion some banks refrain from exchange their dollar deposits in dollars and forcing them to convert to Iraqi dinar and the price the official dollar at the central bank and not at the market price, while confirming specialists in financial matter that those methods be held accountable by law and is the exploitation of the current economic circumstance.
He says a number of citizens, who are customers and clients of those banks in conversations "the world", that "some Banks in Baghdad refrain from Doaiana "dollar" dollar exchange rate, and force us to receive the Iraqi dinar and the price the formal private dollar the central bank and not at the market price, regardless of the currently winning in the dollar against the Iraqi dinar to rise ", pointing out that" the departments of these banks argue the lack of financial liquidity.
"It is said that the Central Bank of the dollar to banks and exchange companies selling in the currency auction thousand and 166 dinars, while its price range in the domestic market between 1200 to 1260 Iraqi dinars.
For his part, explained economist Maitham coffee in connection with the" world "that" those banks take the currency have died without traceable to the citizens, "pointing out that" such practices are in violation of the applicable laws.
"Furthermore, the Deputy Governor (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00X66T5KQ) of the Central Bank, former financial expert Ahmed Abrihi reported in connection with the" world ", said "These practices are exploiting the current economic situation and the need for citizens of foreign currency," stressing that "the central bank instructions do not allow it."