Bank for International Settlements shows more willingness to accept deposits from Iraq

Posted: December 22, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
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Screen Shot 2013-12-22 at 7.27.32 AMExpressed the Bank for International Settlements, on Sunday, his willingness to accept more deposits Iraq has within the budget of the bank for the year 2014.

According to a statement of the Central Bank, that “the Iraqi Central Bank has received notice from the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, in which he expressed his willingness to accept more deposits Iraq has within the budget of the BIS in 2014.”

He added that “the implementation of this measure will contribute to achieving better returns to Iraq with money to keep them in safe places, too.”

The BIS is an international organization of central banks to strengthen financial cooperation and Altmolini global and act as a bank for central banks not subject to accountability to state government.

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Central Bank has notice from the Bank for international settlements in Basel to accept deposits of Iraq

22-12-2013 01:47 PM
Baghdad (newsletter).The CBI has received notice from the Bank for international settlements in Basel during which he expressed his readiness to accept additional deposits of Iraq has in balancing bank reconciliations for 2014.

According to a statement by the Central Bank received (News Agency), a copy of: the Central Bank of Iraq had received notice from the Bank for international settlements in Basel during which he expressed his readiness to accept additional deposits of Iraq has in balancing bank reconciliations for 2014.

It said: this action will contribute to the achievement of better returns to Iraq with funds maintained in safe places so that the bis is an international organization of central banks to strengthen financial cooperation and global funding and serves as a Bank for central banks and is subject to any government accountability and based in Basel Switzerland

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