Changing dollars or euros in Iran has become a challenge after Iran’s central bank on April 15 forbade “until further notice” all exchange bureaus from dealing in foreign currency, leaving banks as the sole authorised buyers and sellers.
For more information, go to http://legalbroadcastnetwork.com. This video is brought to you by Pravati Capital, a litigation finance company. Find them at http://www.pravaticapital.com/. LBN’s Emily Collins reports that a report in the New York Times suggests that Toys ‘R’ Us and some other companies are using a special visa program, H-1B, to bring in foreigners for training so that American jobs can then be shipped overseas.
Mining giant Vale admits it may have to look outside the country to hire specialized workers to finish its massive nickel processing facility in Placentia Bay.Powered by NewsLook.com Producer : CBC