Iran cbank head denies report on selling reserves
Tehran, June 6, 2010
Iran's central bank chief denied reports that the country planned to sell 45 billion euros from its reserves to buy dollars and gold, the Arman newspaper reported on Sunday.
'Such reports are sheer lies and I strongly deny reports on Iran planning to convert 45 billion euros of its reserves to dollars and gold,' Arman quoted Mahmoud Bahmani as saying.-Reuters
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