Iran capital market regulator plans new products as foreigners eye entry

April 15, 2015 8:53 AM

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April 15 (Reuters) - Iran's capital market regulator plans to develop new Islamic debt products and is exploring ways to establish a credit rating agency ahead of a hoped-for easing of economic sanctions.

Tehran reached a preliminary agreement with world powers earlier this month on curbing its nuclear programme. If a final deal is reached by a June 30 deadline, sanctions that have stifled trade and investment for years could start to be lifted, though the process may be lengthy and no timetable has ...

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