US mulling sanctions for Iranian central bank

The US Treasury Department could impose sanctions on the Central Bank of Iran after allegations emerged that the institution is helping the country's banks avoid American sanctions.

Citing unnamed sources from three countries, The Wall Street Journal, a newspaper, reported on Monday that the Treasury was considering the move after intelligence officials accused the central bank of handling dollar transactions for banks affected by US sanctions and of backing dollar-denominated credit letters. US

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