Economist Recommends Re-Valuing Iraqi Dinar

By John Lee.

An Iraqi economist has said that re-valuing the Iraqi Dinar could be considered if certain conditions were met.

Dhurgham Mohamed Ali is quoted by Shafaq News as saying:

"The exchange rate of the dollar should be gradually reduced to 1,300 dinars [from the current 1,460 dinars] while keeping an eye on the cash transactions to preclude creating a black market, dollar smuggling, and tighten the control over imports.

"The outcomes of the devaluation were detrimental. The inflation rates grew, poverty rates soared, while development rates remained static and foreign currency smuggling exacerbated."

The change proposed would increase the value of the dinar by just over 12 percent.

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(Source: Shafaq News)

4 Responses to Economist Recommends Re-Valuing Iraqi Dinar

  1. Willy Communist 15th November 2021 at 21:53 #

    I agreed

  2. Roosevelt Oggs Sr 19th November 2021 at 03:32 #

    The US needs to get out of Iraq and fix its own problems.

  3. Mike 7th December 2021 at 07:14 #

    The U.S. government should get out of Iraq and all holders of their Dinars should agree to sell them back to Iraq because there is no clear intention by the Iraqi government to raise the value of their Dinar. We were kind and sincerely tried to help Iraq.

    We also need to loudly tell our government to stop trying to save other nations from their own devils. Our nation should not speak of liberty, equality, freedom, and civil rights as long as white Americans continue to hate and conspire against people of different ethnicity, culture, and color.

  4. Bruce 7th December 2021 at 13:59 #

    HI Mike, there was nothing "kind" or "helpful" in buying up dinars in the hope of an astronomical (and totally impossible) profit. In no way was that an "investment" in Iraq.

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