• 14 September 2018 - 18:02
  • News Code: 91299
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Central Bank of Iran's Governor said 3.2 billion euros have been allotted to import basic goods since last month.

IBENA- Abolanaser Hemmati mentioned that amid the U.S. sanctions escalations against Iran, the government and the Central Bank in the framework of resistance economy have strengthened forex reserves and also have controlled unnecessary goods import.

He stressed that providing foreign exchange for basic and necessary commodities and also raw materials has been prioritized and is being done well.

Hematti clarified that since one month ago approximately 1.8 billion euros have been allocated to basic goods import such as oil, meat, rice, medical equipment, medicine, meal... and 1.4 billion euros have been provided for raw materials, capital and consumable goods needed by people through NIMA system.

The official ensured that we pursue this program seriously, making required attempts to provide people's basic and necessary commodities.

It is worth mentioning that IBENA is an only specialized news agency in banking and economy area, which is affiliated with the Central Bank of Iran.

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