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Title Islamic Republic of Iran : recent economic developments / [prepared by ... Zubair Iqbal and others].
Imprint Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2000.

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Series IMF staff country report ; no. 00/120
IMF staff country report ; no. 00/120.
Subject Iran -- Economic conditions -- 1979-1997.
Iran -- Economic conditions -- 1997-
Fiscal policy -- Iran.
Finance, Public -- Iran.
Monetary policy -- Iran.
Balance of payments -- Iran.
Debts, External -- Iran.
Foreign exchange -- Iran.
Iran -- Commercial policy.
Iran -- Economic conditions -- 1979-1997 -- Statistics.
Iran -- Economic conditions -- 1997- -- Statistics.
Alt Name Iqbal, Zubair.
International Monetary Fund.
Add Title Islamic Republic of Iran, recent economic developments
Description 1 online resource (148 pages) : illustrations.
Note Cover title.
Prepared by Zubair Iqbal, Ghiath Shabsigh, Nada Choueri, Gunther Taube, and Olumuyiwa Adedji ([1]).
"Prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund as background documentation for the periodic consultation with this member country."
"September 2000."
Contents The domestic economy -- The public finance -- The financial sector -- The external sector.
Note Print version record.
Summary The Islamic Republic of Iran inherited a highly centralized economy. The state-owned enterprises had monopolies over large sectors of the economy, including the financial system. This was compounded by Iran's excessive dependence on the volatile oil exports. Iran's five-year development plan aims at accelerating growth to create sufficient employment opportunities for a rapidly expanding labor force. De-monopolizing the economy, liberalizing trade, promoting private investment, strengthening the financial system, and improving the fiscal and monetary policy settings is required.
OCLC # 727363164
Additional Format Print version: Islamic Republic of Iran. Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2000 (OCoLC)45838230

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