COD GALBEN: 26-07-2021 ora 10 Intre 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 iulie Fenomene vizate se va semnala 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 iulie Fenomene vizate
AGERPRES utilizeaza cookie-uri pentru a va personaliza si imbunatati experienta pe website-urile noastre si pentru scopuri de marketing. Daca navigati in continuare pe acest site fara a schimba setarile privind cookie-urile, vom presupune ca acceptati sa primiti toate cookie-urile de pe acest site. Puteti schimba setarile privind cookie-urile in orice moment. Pentru a afla mai multe, cititi Politica de cookie.
Descriere: epa09297589 The Governor of the Houthis-run Central Bank of Yemen, Hashem Ismail (C) gives a press conference at the CBY headquarters in Sanaâa, Yemen, 23 June 2021. The Houthi-held banking authorities warned of currency depreciation and price inflation if trades and people in the areas under their control circulate newly printed banknotes issued by Yemenâs Saudi-backed government in the port city of Aden. The internationally-recognized government of Yemen has printed 1.7 trillion Yemeni rials (2.5 billion euro) to replace the old ones, further compounding the deteriorating economic and humanitarian crises in war-ridden Yemen which is experiencing the world's worst humanitarian crisis. The Yemeni rial has declined against foreign currencies to the lowest rate since the war began in March 2015, trading at 1120 per euro in the government-controlled southern areas while in the Houhtis-controlled areas, it is trading at 680 per euro. EPA/YAHYA ARHAB