Parliamentary Finance and the Central Bank to take responsibility for a stronger dollar and check its causes


History of edits:: 10.08.2016 21:44

[Oan- Baghdad] 


parliamentary Finance Committee loaded, the Iraqi Central Bank, the responsibility of the US dollar rise against the dinar.

According to a statement of the commission received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that ” the decline in the dinar exchange rate against the dollar caused by the adoption of the central bank of some private banks and not others in an auction sale of the currency and the weakness in monitoring the performance of these banks.” 

Financial and demanded parliamentary ” the central bank need to control currency dealing auction and evaluate the performance of private banks , “indicating that” official data and statistics affirm provide some private banks purchase invoices are not real in the auction currency. ” 

parliamentary finance committee and revealed their” intention to form a fact – finding committee to find out the reasons for the high price of the dollar in the markets, and monitor the performance of the central bank auction of currency and checking the seriousness of their actions that tainted many question marks, and put an end to the mafias control the market and some currency traders at a price Dinaralarac exchange. ” 

It is said that the dollar exchange rate has witnessed nearly two weeks ago , up against the dinar surpassing 1300 dinars to the dollar, in domestic markets. 

it sells Central Bank of Iraq, in daily amounts of dollar auction sometimes exceed 130 million mostly alcohols and is priced at 1182 dinars to the dollar.

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=50049

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