Central bank of Iran provides USD12.5USD for basic commodities import
(MENAFN) According to the Iranian CBI Governor Ali Saleh-Abadi announcement, central Bank of Iran (CBI) has provided around USD12.5 billion for importing necessary goods and Covid-19 vaccines during the period from March 21 till November 21 of the current Iranian calendar year.
Saleh-Abadi reported to the state TV, “fortunately, the central bank's access to the country's foreign exchange resources has increased this year…. We are in a very good situation in terms of the inflow of foreign currency into the country, and we expect the situation to improve in the near future.”
Based on what Mehr News Agency reported, the chief mentioned that the CBI is predicted to provide a sum of USD36 billion for the imports of basic commodities, medicine, as well as services during the present fiscal year (ends on March 20, 2022).
He also stated that until now the nation’s exporters have added USD22.4 billion into the Forex Management Integrated System (locally known as NIMA), and that is 70 percent higher the number for the corresponding period of last year.
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