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An Iranian currency exchanger shows an Iraqi 250-dinar banknote in the capital Tehran, April 19, 2003. The Saddam dinar, one of the three currencies in circulation in Iraq, has raised 14-fold in value in Iran since the U.S.-led war against Iraq started, traded at about 60 rials in the black market now. It is however changing hands in Iraq at about 2,700 to the U.S. dollar. U.S. officials say Iraqis will use U.S. dollars and other currencies including the dinar issued by the ousted government until an Iraqi authority introduces a new unit. $1=8,000 rials. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl

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