TEHRAN, April 25 (Mehr News Agency) -- Based on the figures released by the Central Bank of Iran (CBI), the country's foreign debts by January 20, 2007 reached $23.2 billion.
Increased by 2.3 percent, the nation's foreign liabilities grew from $41.852 billion in the end of Iranian calendar year 1384 (March 20, 2005) to $42.105 billion by January 20, 2007.
In addition, Iran's surplus current account in the 10 months of the past Iranian year rose by 30.3 percent compared with the same period in its previous year, jumping to $15.531 billion.
The country's balance of surplus trade has grown by around 26.5 percent as compared with the figure of its preceding year, hitting $20.115 billion.
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