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Need to Address Inbound Tourists' Forex Problems

Although minor, troubles of money exchange in Iran may be negative advertisement for the country when its news spreads overseas
New forex regulations ban exchange shops from activity, only allowing select banks to do the operation. New forex regulations ban exchange shops from activity, only allowing select banks to do the operation.
Travelers are at risk of being lured by illegal dealers who appear everywhere offering better exchange rates

Restrictions on money exchange enforced to balance the forex market in Iran may have side effects on the inflow of currency by incoming travelers who may be discouraged by news of the difficulties, warranting special attention by authorities to find a fix. 
Around two months ago, the Central Bank of Iran introduced new forex regulations by which exchange shops where banned from activity and foreign tourists were directed to select banks to receive rials. 
This, however, has caused trouble, although minor, for inbound tourists whose decision to travel to Iran is already on shaky grounds. 

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