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31 New Foreign Investors Trade Iranian Securities
31 New Foreign Investors Trade Iranian Securities

31 New Foreign Investors Trade Iranian Securities

31 New Foreign Investors Trade Iranian Securities

The Central Securities Depository of Iran issued 31 new trading codes for foreign investors during the third month of the current Iranian year (ended June 21) to trade in Iran’s securities market. According to CDSI’s chief executive, Mohammad Reza Mohseni, the number of codes issued for institutional foreign investors has topped 200, SENA reported.
Currently, traders from the United Kingdom, Estonia, Norway, Georgia, Kuwait, Iraq, the UAE, Bangladesh, the United States, Spain, Russia, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland, Syria, Greece, Maldives, Cyprus, Canada, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, China, the Netherlands, India, Turkey, Lebanon, South Africa, Japan, Italy, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Malaysia, South Korea, Virgin Islands, Nigeria and Afghanistan are trading Iranian securities.

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