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Is it time to delete three zeros from the currency? Iraqi currency Reports Economy News Baghdad: The central bank submitted a project to delete three zeros of the currency, in order to confront inflation and stimulate the economy, but was forced to stop because of the deteriorating security and political situation in the country. The governor of the Central Bank, Ali al-Alaq, in a discussion session with the editors of a number of Iraqi media, including "Economy News", "The subject of deleting zeros from the currency is ready, but it needs an environment suitable to apply," noting that " To prevent manipulation and fraud by the owners of weak souls. " The central government stands with the central bank's draft to delete three zeros of the currency, because it sees it "hurt the efficiency of the system of cash payments," according to the financial adviser to the prime minister. He added, the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, in an interview, "the economy News," that "the current environment suitable for this project because there is financial and political stability witnessed by the country, especially after the salvation of the organization (da'ash)." He stressed the need not to rely on the project to support the Iraqi dinar, but "focus on the creation of all conditions that would support the Iraqi dinar and represented by political and economic stability," pointing out that "the central bank has accumulated experience in dealing with the subject." The economist said, in the name of Jamil Anton, for "Economy News", "The current environment is not suitable for the project to delete the zeros at the moment, because the security situation has not settled so far in the ideal form." He pointed out that "the project needs educational campaigns to be accepted by citizens and does not affect the movement of the market," noting that "the project has the benefits of reducing the amount of money used in deposits, which helps accountants not to fall in error in dealing with zeros in large amounts, As well as reduce the number of trustees funds and protect money from theft. " Antoine predicted that the project would be implemented after the legislative elections scheduled for next May. http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=11818
1 - 29 - 2014 Exchange rate 1000 old to 1 new Current Currency After Deletion of three zeros aka Redenomination No Millionaires Will be made by holding onto the old currency that will get Redenominated A rupiah redenomination bill is currently being sought by the Indonesian government and it is asking the House of Representatives to start the legislation process for the bill next year. The redenomination is an attempt to simplify currency transactions by replacing the currency with a new one. In the past, officials have mooted the idea of removing three zeros from the rupiah. For example, a Rp 1,000 note would become simply Rp 1. Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo conveyed the plan to House Deputy Speaker Anis Matta on Friday, according to Ignatius Mulyono, chairman of the House’s legislation committee. “The House accepted the government’s plans,” Ignatius said. “We are now awaiting the draft to be submitted to the House.” Ignatius said that the House would discuss whether the redenomination bill could be included in the 2013 national legislation program — a list of bills that the House targets to ratify during a year. An academic study of the bill, Ignatius said, has been completed. “With the redenomination, transactions would be simpler and faster,” he said. Bank Indonesia has introduced higher-denomination bills five times since 1964 because of inflation. That makes current daily transactions often run into the millions of rupiah. The Rp 100,000 ($10.43) note is now the second-highest denomination banknote in the region after Vietnam’s 500,000 dong note. There are concerns, however, that the proposal could devalue the currency. But Ignatius said that the House would ensure that the government would conduct intensive socialization programs for the public should the bill be passed. Agus said that the government and Bank Indonesia had coordinated closely to transform the redenomination idea into a workable plan. He also added that any redenomination process would take anywhere from five to 10 years to complete. One of the likely consequences of a redenomination is marked prevalence in the use of coins because they are worth smaller denominations. http://goo.gl/BSO3mW
1 - 24 - 2014 TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Center for Strategic and International’s economist Haryo Aswicahyono, said currency redenomination should be done after general elections where the public psychological condition is relatively stable to prevent politicalization. "The current situation is unstable. If the people are panic because of redenomination, banks may be affected," Haryo said yesterday. According to him, most people have not understood about redenomination and often mistaken it with sanering (slashing of currency's value). Bank Indonesia (BI)'s governor Agus Martowardojo previously said redenomination needs economic and political stability. One of the influencing factors of national economy is the fluctuating global and domestic conditions and last year's current account deficit. According to BI's deputy of payment system, Ronald Waas, although the economy is unstable, redenomination must be done. The House of Representatives (DPR) has established a special committee and the central bank has informed the public about redenomination. The government has planned to implement redenomination policy by removing the last three digits in rupiah. Redenomination bill has been submitted to the DPR and is expected to become law this year. Redenomination has been said to need seven years of preparation which includes printing, designing, distribution, socialization and education. "Our country is big. Preparation and committment from all sides are needed," Ronald said. http://goo.gl/3BVGyA
1 - 16 - 2014 Bank Indonesia (BI) Governor Agus Martowardojo has said a stable economy is the key to the successful implementation of the redenomination that will replace Rp 1,000 of the old currency with the new Rp 1. “We want to make sure that the redenomination will be successful, but one of the keys is that it takes place when the country’s economy is stable and in good condition,” he said in Jakarta on Thursday, as quoted by Antara news agency. Agus said that in 2013, domestic economic growth was corrected and the impacts of global fluctuations could still be felt in 2014. “The US Federal Reserve’s monetary stimulus has been reduced while domestically, the inflation rate in 2013 has increased, exceeding the targets expected,” said Agus. Moreover, he said, Indonesia’s current account was predicted to remain at a deficit of 3.5 percent until the end of 2013 and the weakening of rupiah exchange rate was still a challenge for the country’s economy this year. “To ensure the redenomination’s targets can be achieved, it would be better that we don’t push ourselves to implement this in a less than proper situation,” said Agus. Similarly, Deputy BI Governor Ronald Waas said one of requirements for the implementation of the redenomination was the stable economy and political situation. “The current economic situation is less conducive to implementing the redenomination,” said Ronald, while mentioning the redenomination plan would still continue. “The President’s directives must go on. The House of Representatives has established a special committee while public discussions have taken place,” he added. http://goo.gl/3lrDAE