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Gov’t Arrears Under Radar of PBO, Economy Ministry
Gov’t Arrears Under Radar of PBO, Economy Ministry
Sunday, June 03, 2018

Iran Gov’t Arrears Under Radar of PBO, Economy Ministry

Sunday, June 03, 2018

Iran Gov’t Arrears Under Radar of PBO, Economy Ministry

The government has launched two offices to monitor and manage its piles of debts, a deputy at Plan and Budget Organization said. 
According to Hamid Pour-Mohammadi, one such office has been set up at PBO and the other at the Ministry of Economic and Finance Affairs, with both entities working to put an order to the government’s finances. 
“At PBO, the Office for Settling Government Debts was established, which works to identify government arrears and providing solutions for these problems and their repayments within the framework of budget laws,” Pour-Mohammadi was quoted as saying.

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