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Banking Database Goes Online
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Banking Database Goes Online

The launch of the first online banking encyclopedia titled Wiki Mabnaa was announced during a monetary conference in Tehran. As a free volunteer-edited and specialized encyclopedia in the field of money and finance, the online service was jointly created by the Money and Banking Research Institute, the research arm of the Central Bank of Iran, and Informatics Services Corporation. The new service aims to provide officials, academics, experts and journalists with updated intelligence on banking. The content is to promote via participatory creation in which the users can also edit and provide contents. A team of experts have been tasked with confirming the reliability of the added information, an employee of the WikiMabnaa.com told the Financial Tribune on Monday.

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