Iranian Officials Attending  IMF-WB Meeting
Iranian Officials Attending  IMF-WB Meeting

Iranian Officials Attending IMF-WB Meeting

Iranian Officials Attending IMF-WB Meeting

Iranian Economy Minister, Masoud Karbasian along with the Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Valiollah Seif left Iran on Wednesday to take part in the autumn meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in the US. CBI’s deputy governors, Peyman Ghorbani and Gholamali Kamyab are already in Washington to attend the meetings. The joint meeting of IMF with the World Bank Group is held biannually, with the central bank governors and economy ministers of all member countries attending. This year’s autumn meeting will be held in Washington on October 12-14. The presence of international banking and economic officials in this meeting willl be a good opportunity for Iranian delegation to discuss expansion of banking and business ties with other countries


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