Iran removes euro and dollar from its trade exchanges
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Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Shamseddin Hosseini said Monday that Iran would no longer use euro and dollar in its trade exchanges according to a decission made by the government's economic working-group. Iranian state news agency IRNA writes about this.
"Iran's government is determined to remove euro and dollar from its foreign trade and is to change its foreign trade pattern," said the minister while speaking to reporters at the end of a meeting with the representatives of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) member countries.
Referring to the imposed restrictions by the US and European Union against Iran, Hosseini said the government has prepared the ground to accelerate the process of changing its foreign trade pattern.