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Iran Allocates $3b Pharmaceutical Imports

Iran Allocates $3b Pharmaceutical ImportsIran Allocates $3b Pharmaceutical Imports

The Central Bank of Iran governor Abdolnaser Hemmati said more than $3 billion has been earmarked for the import of pharmaceuticals since the beginning of the current fiscal in March, IBENA reported on Monday.
“Pharmaceuticals and medical equipment are our top priority and we want to make sure the CBI is backing the imports [of such goods],” he added.
The CBI has given the Health Ministry hundred of millions of dollars to ease purchases of pharmaceuticals, raw materials and medical equipment, he said. “The CBI has no limitations in providing currency pharmaceutical imports.”  


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