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Iraq's Central Bank moves to strengthen dinar against US dollar

The plan includes a measure to buy more Chinese yuan. Other states are also considering using the yuan more.
An Iraqi man counts Iraqi dinars as he exchanges them for US dollars at a money exchange office, Baghdad, Iraq,  Dec. 12 2007.

Iraq's Central Bank has a new plan to increase the value of the Iraqi dinar against the US dollar. 

The bank released a statement this week outlining the plan. The measures are as follows:

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