The lack of the hard currency
is attributed to the sharp falls in national production and exports not to the currency black market'' Omer argued.
Vinayak Potti will focus on the HSBC Total Return emerging markets debt strategies, while Jaymeson Kumm will concentrate on hard currency
corporate and sovereign portfolios.
dollar may be susceptible to further depreciation," he continued, "through the Hard Currency
Fund, investors can seek protection against a falling dollar with the ease of investing in a no-load mutual fund.
Reuters news analysts said the repatriation might indicate concerns about Iran's ability to access its cash due to sanctions or a need for more hard currency
in Iran to pay for investment projects, some of which have suffered from the withdrawal of foreign companies under sanctions pressure.
Van Hoogstraten is to appear in court on charges under currency laws relating to illegal dealing in hard currency
and censorship laws on possession of pornography.
In one of the clearest signs yet of the potential regional impact of a conflict in Iraq, [PM] Atef Obaid was forced on Monday [March 3] to deny that the government would place limits on withdrawals from hard currency
With much of the country's scarce, hard currency
going to pay for imported oil and gas, the last thing the government wants is for more people to drive.
If the currency were allowed to appreciate in line with increased hard currency
inflows triggered by higher commodity prices, Russia's manufacturing base would collapse.
A new Exchange Control (Tobacco Finance) Order, compels tobacco buyers to buy with foreign currency rather than borrow Zimbabwe dollars locally to finance their tobacco purchases, Zimbabwe's most important source of hard currency
Nurtured by such distinguished past central bank chiefs as Marius Holtrop, Jelle Zijlstra, and Duisenberg, the Dutch central bank has a long tradition of independence from outside political influences, a longer time horizon for policy, and a proclivity for strong anti-inflationary policies and a hard currency
Producers and converters liquidated inventories to avoid raw material purchases in Asia to conserve or obtain hard currency
In a land of sliding-scale equity where convenient connections, more often than actual ability, serves as hard currency
, where virtually every actor - and now, even writers and executives - lies about his or her age (and experience), where David Geffen is just the latest mogul to merit a stout biography detailing his every unethical behavior with an obsessiveness than can only mask admiration, ``Cheaters'' may emerge as Hollywood's ultimate how-to film.