Iran Must Fix Own Banks to Win Overseas Business, IMF SaysBy
IMF’s Lipton says stronger laws needed on terrorist-financing
First visit by high-ranking IMF official since 1979 revolution
Iran must tackle problems in its banking system and bolster anti-money laundering and terrorism-financing laws if it wants to reconnect to the global economy, the second-ranked official at the International Monetary Fund said in an interview in Tehran.
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