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The Central Bank of Iraq recognizes the loss of millions of dollars due to disconnection of the Internet DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

The Central Bank of Iraq recognizes the loss of millions of dollars due to disconnection of the Internet

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The Central Bank of Iraq recognizes the loss of millions of dollars due to disconnection of the Internet Empty The Central Bank of Iraq recognizes the loss of millions of dollars due to disconnection of the Internet

Post by RamblerNash on Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:57 pm

The Central Bank of Iraq recognizes the loss of millions of dollars due to disconnection of the Internet

The Central Bank of Iraq recognizes the loss of millions of dollars due to disconnection of the Internet 640

2019/11/07 20:54:34
 
The private sector has been hit by the Internet shutdown imposed by the government to try to curb the unrest, a source in the Central Bank of Iraq said.

The source added that private banks in Iraq have recorded losses of about 16 million dollars a day since the first interruption of the Internet in early October (last) last.

The combined losses of private banks, mobile phone companies, money transfer services, tourism and airline ticketing offices exceeded an average of $ 40 million a day, equivalent to about $ 1.5 billion in just over a month, the source said. According to the Independent Arab newspaper.

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi security forces shot dead at least six protesters in central Baghdad on Thursday and killed four others during a sit-in in the southern city of Basra, police and medical sources said. Dozens of people have been injured in other parts of the country, while there has been no sign of a decline in weeks of bloody unrest.

The sources said 38 people were injured in clashes near the Martyrs Bridge as mass demonstrations continued for the 13th day in a row and thousands gathered in the center of the capital. In southern Iraq, port officials said dozens of anti-government protesters burned tires and blocked the entrance to the port, preventing trucks from transporting food and vital imports hours after operations resumed.

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