The government stresses the control of dollar prices and the accounting of bankrupt banks

2018/9/5 9:53


{Baghdad: Al-Furat News} The government has tightened the control of the exchange of dollars and the accounting of banks violating.
The Ministry of Planning received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it that "the Committee on Economic Affairs Ministerial chaired by Minister of Planning Salman Jumaili, valued the role of the Central Bank of Iraq in maintaining the stability of the exchange rate and strengthen the Iraqi dinar andsupport the government to get out of the economic crisis, From the gray zone and follow-up area within the classification of the International Labor Organization for the fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism, thanks to the measures taken by the Central Bank in this regard. "
He added that "the Committee called in its meeting yesterday to take the necessary measures to maintain the stability of the exchange rate and reduce the differences in price and accounting of banks that violate the work controls followed by the Central Bank of Iraq."
He pointed out that the ministerial economic affairs committee "agreed to start the implementation of the national project for the production of flour zero and import quota by documentary credit and that the sectoral bodies in the ministries of trade and health control and follow-up, while the General Company for grain trade in the Ministry of Commerce is concerned with the application specifications and examination of imported wheat or Produced locally used in the production of zero flour. "
The committee was given the right to import wheat to non-owners of the mills. It also did not stipulate that the mill should be owned by the importer and that the owners of the mills should build silos for grain storage.
The Committee has also taken a number of other resolutions and recommendations on the issues on the agenda, identifying locally manufactured products and preventing the importation of such products, and other procedures on tariff and customs.