|Governor of Central Bank of Iran|
|Preceded by||Ebrahim Sheibani|
|Succeeded by||Mahmoud Bahmani|
|Minister of Finance|
12 August 2001 – 2 November 2004
|Preceded by||Hossein Namazi|
|Succeeded by||Safdar Hosseini|
12 February 1953 |
Tehran , Iran
Tahmasb Mazaheri (born 12 February 1953) is an Iranian politician and economist.
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.
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 bolívar cheque (nearly $70 million).
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- "Shuffling the Surgeon of Iran’s Economy". Iran International (29). May 2004. Retrieved 21 June 2013.
- "Iran replaces governor of central bank: official". AFP Global Edition. 20 September 2008. Retrieved 21 June 2013.
- Tahmasb Mazaheri announced his candidacy
- Candidates of 2013 election
- Habibinia, Omid (29 April 2013). "Iran-Venezuela ties: win-win game for reformists and conservatives". Your Middle East. Retrieved 21 June 2013.
- "Iran's ex-central bank chief caught entering Germany with 45mln pounds cheque". Asian News International. London. 4 February 2013. Retrieved 21 June 2013.
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