The euro replaced the dollar in the 1403 budget bill

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The euro replaced the dollar in the 1403 budget bill

In the 1403 budget bill, the euro replaced the dollar.

In the 1403 budget bill, the euro has been replaced with the dollar, and the exchange rate has been set at 31,000 tomans, while in last year’s budget, it was proposed at 23,000 tomans and approved at 25,000 tomans.

The full text of the first part of the 1403 budget bill was published today.

The first part of the 1403 budget bill, which includes seven chapters, including provisions on the ceiling of resources, the ceiling of income, the operational balance ceiling, the transfer of capital assets ceiling, the transfer of financial assets ceiling, targeted subsidy rationalization, and budget assumptions, was presented to the parliament yesterday.

In this bill, the exchange rate of 31,000 tomans has been proposed, which is an increase compared to the previous year.

It is worth noting that in the 1403 budget, monetary resources and expenditures are written in euros. Therefore, it seems that the government intends to replace the dollar with the euro.


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