Uncertified Money Shops Closed
Uncertified Money Shops Closed
Thursday, April 19, 2018

Uncertified Money Shops Closed in Tehran

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Uncertified Money Shops Closed in Tehran

For preventing speculative activities in Iran’s currency market and supporting authorized bureaux de change, 80 uncertified money exchange shops have been closed in the past six days while dozens of speculators have been arrested, according to a police spokesman, Saeed Montazer Al-Mahdi.

“More than 70 money exchangers whose documents were not approved by the Central Bank of Iran were issued closure notice,” he was also quoted as saying by IBENA.


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