Al-Houthi closes 67 exchange outlets in Sana'a and the governorates under their control

Al-Houthi closes 67 exchange outlets in Sana'a and the governorates under their control

The al-Houthi authorities have closed 67 exchange shops in contravention of the central bank's instructions in Sana'a and a number of provinces under their control.

"The ministry has closed 37 exchange shops in Sanaa, 20 in Al Baydha, 5 shops in Dhamar and 5 others in Ibb province," Saba news agency the al-Houthi version quoted a source in the government's Ministry of Finance of the militia.

The campaign was still going on, he said.

He noted that "the competent authorities continue the campaign to close the unlicensed exchange shops and contrary to the instructions of the Central bank in a package of measures to control the exchange rates as much as possible and limit the manipulation of the currency."

"The high exchange rate is a result of the systematic destruction of the national economy by the Government of mercenaries and the states of aggression by printing the currency substantially and continuing to disrupt the work of the central bank in Sana'a, to double the blockade and to close down the land, sea, and airports," he said.


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