Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki at his office today John Kpnz Managing Director of the bank JP Morgan U.S. in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
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Central bank sales rise to $ 186 million in a meeting Sunday
Baghdad / Mesalla:
the central bank auction record for the sale of Iraqi currency, Sunday, up to 186 918 000 million, compared with $ 149 629 000 million recorded in the session on Saturday, a stable exchange rate at 1166 dinars per dollar.
The bulletin of the auction that the Bank of aggregate demand on the dollar distributed by 56.575 million million in cash and $ 130 343 000 million in the form of remittances fully covered by the bank foreign exchange rate was 1179 dinars per dollar, including the central bank’s commission of 13 dinars per dollar, while the cash purchase price for $ 1171 dinars.
The bulletin indicated that the number of banks contributing to the central bank auction amounted to 19 bank.
The Iraqi central bank held six sessions a week for auction sale and purchase of foreign currencies, starting from Saturday to Thursday.
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Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki: We urge the pace after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII to achieve two main issues, the first increase in wealth, production and diversify sources of income such as tourism, industry, agriculture, and the second employ these resources to provide services and construction and reconstruction as befitting citizens of Iraq.