Iran blocks 2,300 foreign currency bank accounts

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The Iranian intelligence ministry (WAJA) has identified and blocked more than 2,300 foreign currency bank accounts that were used to trigger instability in the country’s forex market.

A Saturday statement from WAJA’s information and public relations department said that judicial authorities would prosecute the criminal acts of the holders of the bank accounts who it said were involved in profiteering practices through creating a demand bubble in the Iranian currency market.









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