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No Change in Finance Deals After US’ JCPOA Withdrawal

The Economy's Ministry's statement was issued in response to media reports that cast doubt over the fate of finance deals.The Economy's Ministry's statement was issued in response to media reports that cast doubt over the fate of finance deals.

The Economy Ministry has issued a statement, denying that the finance deals signed by Iran with other countries are jeopardized or dead, now that the US has decided to pull out of the multilateral agreement. 
It also criticized sources disseminating negative news and giving the impression that the US move has changed the odds against Iran on the international front. 
The statement, published on the ministry’s website on Monday, was issued in response to media reports that cast doubt over the fate of finance deals and credit lines negotiated or agreed upon by Iran in recent years, with some claiming that those deals have been revoked. 
“Following inquiries from the Organization for Investment, Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran and the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran and based on data, so far no sign indicating a change in attitude of countries that are party to finance deals with Iran has been detected,” the statement added.   
It emphasized that only announcements made by OIETAI as the entity responsible for attracting and negotiating foreign finance and CBI as the banking coordinator regarding finance deals are credible.  

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