World Bank in its latest International Debt Report (IDR) has put Iran’s foreign debt in 2021 at $10.349 billion, indicating that the Islamic Republic’s foreign debt is almost one-thousandth of the total external debt of developing countries in the mentioned year.
The latest data released by Central Bank of Iran (CBI) show that the country’s foreign debt stood at $7.246 billion at the end of the third Iranian calendar month of Khordad (July 22), down 16.5 percent from $8.675 billion at the end of the previous year (March 20).
Iran has been ranked the world’s seventh country in terms of the lowest foreign debt to gross domestic product (GDP) ratio, IRNA reported on Wednesday, citing established international sources.
The latest data released by Central Bank of Iran (CBI) show that the country’s foreign debt stood at $9.067 billion at the end of the eighth Iranian calendar month of Aban (November 21, 2021), down 0.8 percent from $9.142 billion at the end of the previous year (March 20, 2021).
Iran's total foreign debts at the end of June 20, 2020, reached $8.655 billion, showing a 4 percent decrease compared to the preceding year.