World Bank Statement on Alleged Financing for Iranian Railways

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Wednesday August 23, 2017 09:08
WASHINGTON--23 Aug--World Bank

WASHINGTON, August 22, 2017 – In response to recent media reports, the World Bank is not considering financing the electrification of Iranian railways. The media reports were based on incorrect information. The World Bank currently has no projects under implementation in Iran and is not currently preparing any project.


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