Qatar Central Bank (QCB), and the Central Bank of Turkey (CBRT) signed a currency swap agreement to promote bilateral co-operation between the two central banks by establishing a two-way currency exchange line.
The signing ceremony was held at the QCB headquarters in Doha.
The agreement was signed by HE Governor of Qatar Central Bank Sheikh Abdullah bin Saud al-Thani and Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey Murat Cetinkaya.
The deal would facilitate exchange of trade between the two countries while providing liquidity and support for financial stability.
A number of officials from both sides attended the signing ceremony.
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