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Iran puts up for sale its foreign assets in Iraq in the amount of 100 million euros

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Today, Wednesday, Iran put up for sale its assets in Iraq in the amount of 100 million euros in light of detente in the foreign exchange market.

A message published on the IBNA website of the Central Bank and Iranian banks today, Wednesday, said that yesterday, through the Nima electronic platform (intended for exporters selling their remittances in foreign currency), transactions were concluded sales worth 300 million euros. ).

He indicated that 100 million euros were also offered through the aforementioned platform today, where deals worth 28 million euros were concluded for private companies, and the rest is in the final stage of the sale.

IBNA added that the offer of Iranian balance sheets in Iraq will continue in the coming days, and that with this breakthrough, merchants will be able to accelerate the pace of commercial and banking operations with these balance sheets, as well as cover imports of basic goods. quickly and appropriately.

Source: world

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