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Butiftldrm  -  I'm a contractor in Iraq and I was told by another contractor that when it went to  1.49 in 2009 that was no glitch . He said a state dept. guy told him they were going to revalue at th

Sorry to bump up a dead topic since the two sites showing this yesterday have gone back to normal, but I cant help wondering what happened.  For six hours yesterday at least two sites had the dinar at

$1.00 divided by 11.74 = 0.085    (8 1/2 cents)

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11.74 IQD to the dollar would be 8 1/2 cents.

This immediately brought to mind a speech Abadi made some time ago, where he said the dinar was worth 8 cents.

I had thought at the time that he mis-spoke, because nothing ever came of it, but I never forgot that he said it.

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Currency Import regulations:

Local currency (Iraqi Dinar-IQD) and foreign currencies: must be declared on arrival. 

Currency Export regulations:

1. Nationals or residents of Iraq being older than 18 years of age:
a. local currency (Iraqi Dinar-IQD): up to a maximum of IQD 100,000.-;
b. foreign currencies: up to a maximum of USD 10,000.- or equivalent. 
2. All other passengers: up to the amount imported and declared.

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3 hours ago, Mr. Haney said:

This has been on my phone for a while. $11.79 within 52 weeks  I’ll take it  96E670B9-F654-44E8-BD92-C82BD131068E.thumb.png.faf6c9b818f4ea5834e84ba3ecd8c8a3.png

I'm showing the same on Yahoo. & that 52 week was a glitch or a type O.



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