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Iran removes cap on carrying foreign cash: Senior economic official
Iran’s top economic decision and policy making body has dismantled restrictions imposed in June last year on carrying foreign cash while it exempts raw gold, silver and platinum from any form of import duties.
Cash injection urged to help poor fight COVID-19 during vaccine wait
More than 80% of people in some developing countries have lost income due to COVID-19, economists said, warning that soaring poverty could hamper efforts to control the disease in nations where mass inoculation may be a long way off.
Eastern countries hold out for more cash on EU climate deal
The European Union has not yet won over countries seeking more cash and conditions in exchange for committing to sharper emissions cuts, as it tries to strike a deal on its new climate target by the end of the year.
CBI imposes fresh limit on cash withdrawals from banks
The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has ordered a new limit on withdrawal of cash from banks amid toughening of rules on money laundering and also concerns about hoarding money because of the new coronavirus pandemic.
Indian MP felicitates 30 COVID warriors with one-gram gold coin and Rs 5,000 cash each
Bharatiya Janata Party's Mumbai North MP Gopal Shetty felicitated 30 COVID warriors, each with a one gram gold coin and Rs 5,000 cash for their services to the people during the ongoing pandemic.
Iran tightens currency control by setting cap on carrying foreign cash
The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has imposed a cap on how much individuals can carry foreign cash amid efforts meant to stabilize the foreign currency market in the country.
Wallet lost at Walmart returned with more than $5,000 still inside
A British Columbia woman said she was overwhelmed with relief when a wallet she lost at a Walmart store was returned with its contents — more than $5,000 in cash — still intact.
Cash, long a refuge in uncertain times, now under suspicion
In troubled times, people have been known to hoard currency at home — a financial security blanket against deep uncertainty. But in this crisis, things are different. This time cash itself, passed from hand to hand across neighborhoods, cities and societies just like the coronavirus, is a source of suspicion rather than reassurance.
Man in China learns it doesn't pay to bury cash
A Chinese man who buried hundreds of thousands of dollars five years ago is learning the hard way there may be better ways to store his life savings, according to local reports.
CBI: Iran provides cash handouts to nearly 17 million households
The Iranian government has provided 17 million families in the country with cash handouts as part of measures to ease the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
South Korean carmakers to suffer 28-trillion-won cash shortage
South Korean carmakers and auto parts firms will suffer a cash shortage of over 28 trillion won ($23 billion) if the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the automobile industry for the next four months, a local industry association said.
Chinese central bank announces £87b cash increase
On the first trading day of the decade, shares around the world surged after China’s central bank announced an 800 billion yuan (£87 billion) cash increase for the economy, and US President Donald Trump said phase one of a trade deal between Washington and Beijing would be signed on January 15.
Angola will only scrap subsidies when cash transfers are ready
Angola and the International Monetary Fund have agreed that the oil producer won’t scrap fuel subsidies before a new cash-transfer program is in place to protect vulnerable households from the impact of higher prices.
Cash for trash: Indonesia village banks on waste recycling
Indonesia’s crackdown on imported foreign waste has upset the village of Bangun, where residents say they earn more money sorting through piles of garbage than growing rice in once-lush paddy fields.
Officials: India central bank plans more forex swaps, steps to inject cash
India’s central bank will probably conduct at least one more swap of rupees for dollars after the general election, said three officials with direct knowledge of the plan, part of an effort to support economic growth.

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