Source: New York Times
Iraq will soon have new currency and what is described as a newly autonomous central bank.
Officials told the New York Times the actions are aimed at eliminating a panic-ridden currency and removing the central bank from its longstanding subservience to political leaders.
The newspaper said beginning Oct. 15, Iraqis will be able to exchange their
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