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Tahmasb Mazaheri

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President  Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Preceded by  Hossein Namazi
Preceded by  Ebrahim Sheibani
Succeeded by  Safdar Hosseini

Succeeded by  Mahmoud Bahmani
Name  Tahmasb Mazaheri
President  Mohammad Khatami
Role  Politician
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Tahmasb Mazaheri (born 12 February 1953) is an Iranian politician and economist.

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Career

Mazaheri was appointed minister of finance to the cabinet of Mohammad Khatami in 2001. He replaced Hossein Namazi in the post. Mazaheri's term ended in April 2004 and he was succeeded by Safdar Hosseini.

Mazaheri was the governor of the Central Bank of Iran from September 2007 to September 2008. He was the shortest serving governor of Central Bank since its establishment.

He was a candidate in the 2013 presidential election. His nomination was rejected.

Controversy

In January 2013, Mazaheri was interrogated at Dusseldorf airport by German police due to not informing the authorities in advance that he carried a 300 million Venezuelan bolĂ­var cheque (nearly $70 million).

References

Tahmasb Mazaheri Wikipedia


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