Representatives of exchange companies in Iraq announce the cancellation of their strike

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Representatives of exchange companies in Iraq announce the cancellation of their strike

On Monday evening, representatives of Iraqi exchange companies announced that their strike would be postponed until further notice.

After meeting with senior members of the Central Bank of Iraq and the Prime Minister’s Office, representatives of Iraqi exchange companies issued a statement announcing the cancellation of their strike until further notice.

“It was agreed to solve a number of problems related to exchange companies and find the necessary solutions that support the work of these companies, particularly those related to organizing the work mechanism at the airport and border crossings and the administrative, organizational, and technical procedures related to them,” the statement continued. “It was agreed to solve a number of problems related to exchange companies.”

Diaa Al-Taie, the representative of Iraqi exchange companies, made the announcement on Monday that the move from three axes would be implemented to implement a number of its demands regarding the sale of the dollar to travelers. He also anticipated that the dollar would reach a price of 1,600 dinars.

“The selected companies are like the current categories,” Al-Taie stated, “The Central Bank approved a new mechanism that harmed exchange companies in general, after it selected only four exchange companies to work in Iraqi airports with the aim of selling dollars to travelers.”