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Iran cancels US dollar from its trade foreign

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Iran cancels US dollar from its trade foreign  Empty Iran cancels US dollar from its trade foreign

Post by wciappetta on Sun 25 Jan 2015, 7:48 am

Iran cancels US dollar from its trade foreign 


Posted 24/01/2015 08:06 PM




Babinaoz / Agencies: 

Deputy Head of Iran's central bank, "Gholam Ali Kamiyab," not to use his US dollars from now on in trade exchanges with foreign countries.

According to "Kamiyab" told Iranian Tasneem news, the use of national currencies of countries with which the trade occurs in exports and imports, adding: "Iran will use from now on in their trade and financial transactions with foreign countries and other currencies Turkish Kallirh, and Chinese yuan, the Russian ruble, The South Korean won, and the euro. " 




The "Kamiyab" that Iran is planning to enter into exchange agreements pFilled with some countries, noting that these agreements will be trade and economic matters between Iran and facilitate those countries. 

And Iran will use the Chinese yuan instead of the US dollar in the oil trade with China, which is the largest trading partner of Iran, while the Minister of Iranian oil, "Bijan Namdar Zhengyna", announced during the 11th meeting of the Council of Iranian economic cooperation of the Russian capital, Tehran, in the month of September / September last, for plotting to use the real, ruble, instead of the dollar in the country's trade with Russia.

http://www.babnews.com/inp/view.asp?ID=88483

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