May 2000
ENR: Engineering News-Record;05/29/2000, Vol. 244 Issue 21, p22
Trade Publication
Announces that the board of World Bank has approved two loans to Iran despite opposition from the United States (US). Total amount of the loan; Purpose of the loan; Amount of money committed by the World Bank to Iran from 1990-1993.


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