Iran plans to tap capital markets for funds-cbank

IRAN - Iran is talking to foreign banks with a view to raising money on the international capital markets "when the time is right", the central bank governor, Mohsen Nourbaksh, said on Apr 16.

Early in 2000, Nourbaksh said the country was planning to issue a $550 million Eurobond.Nourbaksh also told a press conference that during the first 11 months of the year ended March 19 oil revenues were $20.6 billion. Exports were worth $24.3 billion in total and imports $12.5 billion, leaving the trade

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