Parliament Promises  Bank Reform by Yearend
Parliament Promises  Bank Reform by Yearend
Sunday, July 01, 2018

Iran Parliament Promises Bank Reform by Yearend

Sunday, July 01, 2018

Iran Parliament Promises Bank Reform by Yearend

The Majlis Economic Commission has put in motion three plans to improve the country’s economic conditions, all of which concern the ailing banking system and will materialize in a matter of months, the head of the commission said.
“One of the things that the commission is pursuing is the dependence of central bank,” Mohammad Reza Pour-Ebrahimi, who helms the commission, told ICANA, the official news outlet of the parliament.
As the MP pointed out, a background of “serious disagreements” exists concerning the hot-button and long-delayed issue among the parliament, the powerful Guardians Council and the influential Expediency Council.


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