10078
CBI’s $1.2b Payment
Economy, Business And Markets

CBI’s $1.2b Payment

The government has received a hefty payment in rials tantamount to 1.2 billion dollars from the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) with the permission of the Special Solutions Committee, during the current fiscal year (ending March, 21). The amount is to later be compensated from oil revenue dollars.  The sum is part of revenues from Iran’s oil sales which are blocked overseas and have not been received by the CBI, Fars news agency reported.  The parliament however does not formally acknowledge the permission of the SSC. “What the government has done is not legally legitimate,” said a member of the parliament’s planning and budget commission, wishing to remain unnamed.  The commission held a meeting on Wednesday with CBI Governor Valiollah Seif who confirmed the transaction had taken place.  The government has received the rial amount without actually paying any dollars to the CBI. That means the bank did not exchange the money and rather printed it, further increasing inflationary pressures. Furthermore, the share of the National Development Fund of Iran, of the oil revenues has not been given to it.   

Short URL : http://goo.gl/DI68DM

You can also read ...

Iran’s taxes are among the lowest in emerging countries.
Every week, press updates confirm the growing commercial...
Euro Hit  New High
The rial was quoted at 45,950 to euro on Thursday in Tehran’s...
Sputnik Dismisses Own Report on Sukhoi Deal
Russian aircraft manufacturer Sukhoi Company has dismissed a...
USDA: Nuclear Deal Opens US-Iran Trade Gateways
While many sanctions on Iranian goods and services remain in...
Telegram Groups Messaging data will now be stored temporarily in Iran.
Telegram, the most popular social media and messaging...
The TCI investment will be in two phases.
State owned Telecommunications Company of Iran (TCI) is...
Tehran-Mashhad Railroad Capacity to Reach 25m Passengers
The railroad from Tehran to the eastern city of Mashhad will...
TEDPIX at 16-Month High
Tehran Stock Exchange’s main index TEDPIX gained 1,347 points or...

Trending

Googleplus