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Post by claud39 on Sun Feb 17, 2019 6:33 am

http://www.rafidain-bank.gov.iq/


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Al-Rafidain Bank urged his clients to move their inactive accounts, which were more than seven years old, in order to avoid freezing them and transferring them to the accounts of the Central Bank of Iraq. The instructions and the banking laws in force require the freezing of suspended and inactive accounts in savings and current for seven years. To avoid the inertia of their assets and to avoid passive stagnation by maintaining cash in private places instead of known banks.
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Post by claud39 on Tue Feb 19, 2019 6:46 am

http://non14.net/109225/
Rafidain: suspended and inactive accounts for seven years become the Central Bank

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Rafidain Bank, Tuesday, that the accounts suspended and inactive in the savings and ongoing for seven years become the central bank.
The bank said in a statement received by the news agency N, a copy of it that "the instructions and banking laws in force require the freezing of accounts suspended and inactive in savings and current, which is spent seven years and transferred to the Central Bank."
The bank said that "citizens to avoid the idle of their assets and keep away from passive stalemate by keeping cash in private places instead of banks."
Some citizens prefer to keep their money in the residential role due to the administrative routine of banks in the process of deposit and withdrawal.
The word "compactness" is called the holding of money and its imprisonment from trading. It may be that the money is stored or stored in the boxes inside the house and not taken out to trade in the money and capital markets.
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Post by claud39 on Tue Feb 19, 2019 6:48 am

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=15434


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Urged the Rafidain Bank, Tuesday, citizens to move their inactive accounts that have been more than seven years in its branches in Baghdad and the provinces in order to avoid freezing and transfer to the accounts of the Central Bank of Iraq. 
The bank's information office said in a statement received by "Economy News" that "the instructions and banking laws in force require the freezing of accounts suspended and inactive in the savings and current for seven years and transferred to the Central Bank of Iraq." 
The statement urged "citizens to avoid the idle of their assets and keep away from passive stalemate by keeping cash in private places instead of banks."
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