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Importing Basic Goods Cost Iran €3.2 Billion

2018/09/16 | 11:35

(Iraq Now News)- The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has paid €3.2 billion to import basic goods during the past month, according to the central bank governor.

“In the past month, 1.8 billion euro has been paid for importing basic goods including oil, meat, rice, medical equipment, etc., while 1.4 billion euro has been supplied by the domestic Forex Management Integrated System [locally known as NIMA] for importing raw materials as well as capital and consumer goods,” Abdolnaser Hemmati wrote on his Instagram page.

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