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Consultations to Ease Travelers' Currency Woes

Consultations to Ease Travelers' Currency Woes Consultations to Ease Travelers' Currency Woes

The head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization will hold meetings with the head of the Central Bank of Iran and his deputies by the end of this week to make decisions about the challenges concerning currency exchange that inbound and outbound travelers are facing following the government's new forex policies. 
Speaking on the sidelines of his visit to the Sepah Bank's museum, Ali Asghar Mounesan told reporters that it will be determined in the meeting how foreign travelers can exchange their money since trading in CBI's selected banks seems to be difficult for them, IRNA reported. 
"We are concerned that illegal traders will once again enter the market if efficient measures are not taken in time," he said. 

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