Mohammad-Jaafar Mojarrad, the deputy governor of the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, said in an interview with the Financial Times that Iran is handling the impact of the US's plea to Europe's banks to stop trading dollars with the country.
Four of Europe's biggest banks - UBS, Credit Suisse, ABN Amro, and HSBC - said last year they would curb their dealings with Iran following pressure from the US Treasury.
The article noted that Dresdner, a German Bank, had joined compatriots
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