Central Bank sees decline in Iran’s foreign debts

Finance Materials 13 July 2022 13:54 (UTC +04:00)
Elnur Baghishov
Elnur Baghishov
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BAKU, Azerbaijan, July 13. Iran's foreign debts have decreased by about 8.5 percent by the end of the 2nd month of the current Iranian year (May 21, 2022), compared to the period up to the end of the 1st month (April 20, 2022), Trend reports via the statistics of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI).

Iran's foreign debts amounted to about $7.45 billion, as of the end of the 2nd month (May 21, 2022) of the current Iranian year.

Meanwhile, as of the end of the 1st month (April 20, 2022), the figure stood at about $8.14 billion.

According to the statistics, Iran's short-term debt stands at about $1.79 billion, while the long-term is at about $5.66 billion.

In euros, Iran's foreign debt amounted to about 7.05 billion euros at the end of the 2nd month. Of this, 1.69 billion euros is short-term debt, while 5.36 billion euros is long-term debt, the statistics said.


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