Iraq reached the highest level of its foreign exchange reserves since 2003

The Central Bank of Iraq announced that its foreign exchange reserves have reached more than 85 billion dollars, which is the highest foreign currency reserve since 2003.
The Central Bank of Iraq added that the gold reserves exceeded 130.4 tons worth 7 billion dollars and reached fourth place among the Arab countries and the 30th in the world.
Earlier, Ammar Khalaf, the deputy head of the Central Bank of Iraq, mentioned that Iraq’s gold reserves increased by 30 tons and reached more than 131 tons.

Iraqi News Agency

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