Iran promises foreigners 10 percent return on investment

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June 12, 2010 13:34

 
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The governor of Iran's central bank said Saturday that foreign investors will be paid a guaranteed ten percent on their capital, Reuters reported.

The report quoted Mahmoud Bahmani as saying the policy is aimed at attracting outside investors at a time of economic crisis.

The UN Security Council passed a fourth round of sanctions against Iran Wednesday aimed at pressuring Iran to stop enriching uranium.

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