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PostSubject: ECLAC in Karbala emphasizes control of the stock market to prevent smuggled out of the country   Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:59 pm

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ECLAC in Karbala emphasizes control of the stock market to prevent smuggled out of the country


Economic Committee Chief in Karbala Governorate Council a plan of Tariq alkhekany stresses through the securities market supervision to prevent smuggled out of the country by foreign visitors.

According to alkhekany in modern news agency n Friday "was to tighten control over the high and low price of the Iraqi dinar against foreign currencies in order to maintain foreign currency in the conservative, pointing out the large number of foreign visitors in Karbala in reference to smuggling of foreign currency abroad raised recently.

Alkhekany, also confirmed the preparation of special tables with high and low prices of the goods and to the Federal Ministry of Commerce with proposals aimed at increasing economic activity in the city, going to the local Government's openness to investment promotion service and minimize the effect size of unemployment.

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PostSubject: Re: ECLAC in Karbala emphasizes control of the stock market to prevent smuggled out of the country   Sat Jun 16, 2012 3:33 pm

The title says Stock Market, but this seems to be more about controls to limit currency smuggling/fluctuations. One sentence puzzles me though
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also confirmed the preparation of special tables with high and low prices of the goods
Not sure what the hay they are talking about here ... Price controls? Two Tiered pricing system? Dunno.... scratch

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