Iran’s foreign debts down 9.7 percent

Iran Central Bank
Iran Central Bank

Iran’s foreign debts decline almost 10 percent in a year.

Aftab Yazd Newspaper reported on August 18th that Iran’s foreign debts in the 12 months to March 21, 2014 shrank 9.7 percent to $6.654 billion.

At the end of the yearlong period the country’s short-term debts stood at $834 million while medium- and long-term debts amounted to $5.820 billion. […]

In March 2013 the total amount of Iran’s foreign debts stood at $7.370 billion.

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