Iraqi Central Bank announced on Tuesday the launch of trillion dinars for private banks to finance small and medium enterprises loans, and increase the share of dollar sales for banking companies and foreign transfers, pointed out the development of measures to address the lack of liquidity in some banks.The central bank said, in a statement received (range Press), a copy of it, that "the Board of the Central Bank, met on Tuesday, Minutes numbered (1525), and decided to increase the share of dollar sales for banking companies and foreign transfers and reducing the length of time for the implementation of foreign remittances," pointing to "develop measures to address the situation of some private banks and experiencing a shortage of liquidity in order to ensure treatment of their positions."He said the central, he "has approved the release of the sum of (1) trillion dinars for private banks to finance small and medium enterprises loans to citizens and approve their own controls," adding that "the adoption of instructions regulating the work of guaranteed bank loans companies." The Central Bank of Iraq, announced in the (first of February 2015), to take five resolutions for "support" the development of the Iraqi economy, stressing his agreement to cover bank accounts abroad to "US dollar" to cover imports, while the importance of "accelerating" legislation Deposit Insurance Law, praised the formation of a committee to reconsider the restructuring benefits among its "approval of the central bank to cover bank accounts abroad in US dollars to cover imports of customers and for other purposes without the need to pass a window sell the currency at the Central Bank of Iraq." The Central Bank of Iraq announced earlier, to take the necessary measures to support liquidity in the banking system, and decided to facilitate the procedures for the sale of foreign currency "to sustain the exchange rate." The Central Bank of Iraq, said in (the 18th of January 2015), that the financial reserves of Iraq equivalent and a half times the weakness of the currency bloc, returned as "best rates" in the countries of the world, and as he emphasized that Iraqi financial institutions are "unable" to cover the fiscal deficit, he stressed the need to reconsider the structure of the budget and spending and diversification of income sources and achieve investment more broadly to address the decline in oil prices.