uk Global Banking News - 25 February 2013 The central bank of Iran has warned about rising inflation in the nation.
What does CBI stand for?
CBI stands for Central Bank of Iran
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- Caribbean Basin Initiative
- Cell Biology Immunology
- Cement och Betong Institutet (Cement and Concrete Research Institute, Sweden)
- Center for Bioinformatics (various locations)
- Center for Biological Informatics
- Center for Business and Industry
- Center for Business Innovation (various locations)
- Center for Business Intelligence (Woburn, MA)
- Central Bank of India
- Central Bank of Iraq
- Central Bank of Ireland
- Central Bible Institute
- Central Bureau of Intelligence
- Central Bureau of Investigation (India)
- Centre de Bilan Indépendant (French: Center for Independent Review; various locations)
- Cercle Bouliste d'Illzach (French sports club)
- Certified Bridge Inspector (Florida, USA)
- Certified Business Intermediary
- Chandler Burning Index (fire danger)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mazaheri was the governor of the Central Bank of Iran until 2008.
Iran's Industry, Mine, and Trade Minister Mehdi Ghazanfari has announced that during the first half of the current Iranian calendar year, which started on March 20, $10 billion have been sold by the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) at 12,260 rials official rate.
financial system to any foreign bank that conducts business with the Central Bank of Iran.
All UK credit and financial institutions are required to cease business relationships and transactions with all Iranian banks, including the Central Bank of Iran, and their branches and subsidiaries," said a ministry statement.
The United States is seeking international support for fresh sanctions against the Central Bank of Iran, a Treasury official said Friday following an alleged plot to kill the Saudi envoy in Washington.
Any country that creates limitations for Iran's assets, we will stop trading with them," Hamid Borhani, deputy head of the Central Bank of Iran, told the semi-official Mehr news agency.
Seifollah Jashnsaz said the bonds are expected to be issued in the "coming days" since Iran's Finance Ministry and the Central Bank of Iran finally reached an agreement on the proposal.