Iran’s Liquidity Growth Slows to 19.4 Percent, Shargh Reports

Iran’s central bank has managed to control liquidity in the economy, Shargh reported, citing Governor Mahmoud Bahmani.

The country’s liquidity growth rate slowed to 19.4 percent in the Iranian year that ended on March 19 from 25.2 percent a year before, Bahmani said, according to the Tehran-based newspaper.

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