Iraqi banks want to rejoin banking system

Faleh Salman, acting Iraqi central bank governor said at the weekend that the Security Council's decision in May to lift sanctions meant "here is no impediment now" for the resumption of relationships across the world for Iraq's banks.

Source: Reuters

Iraq's battered banks are eager to end 13 years of isolation under U.N. sanctions and expect Arab banks to lead the charge in resuming financial transactions, the most senior central bank official said on Sunday.

A return to normal banking relations

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