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Us Sanctions Will Flatline Iranian Economy

Us Sanctions Will Flatline Iranian Economy

By Staff Writer

Since Donald Trump pulled the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal, his administration has imposed more non-nuclear sanctions against the Iranian Regime in an effort to cut off funding for their covert nuclear weapons programme and their malign military campaign across the Middle East, before nuclear sanctions snap back later this year.

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Who’s Behind Iran’s Car Smuggling Business?

Who’s Behind Iran’s Car Smuggling Business?

By Staff Writer

75,000 foreign luxury cars are imported for Iranian regime’s state officials every year. Released with paying the least customs duties, many of the cars are illegally imported and even smuggled into the country.

Meanwhile, the official figures in this regard are contradictory.

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Iran Economy on Brink of Collapse?

Iran Economy on Brink of Collapse

By Staff Writer

The Iranian economy could decline and ultimately collapse specially after the US withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), according to a report by experts from the Congressional Research Service.

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Why the Economy in Iran Will Only Get Worse?

economy in Iran will only get worse

By Staff Writer

The Iranian economy is already in dire straits, but things will only get worse over the coming months, following the US’s decision to pull out of the Iranian nuclear deal and reimpose strict sanctions on the mullahs’ regime.

Currently, the official unemployment rate in Iran is 11.9%, while inflation is at 8.3%. Neither of those statistics is good, but some economics experts have posited that these numbers may be the Iranian Regime’s attempts to cover up an economy in freefall.

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Iran: The Suicide of Bankrupt Creditors of Regime's Financial Institutes

The Suicide-financial institutions of Lorestan Province

By Staff Writer

A member of the regime’s parliament has reported the “suicide” of a number of creditors who fell victim to the financial institutions of Lorestan Province (in Iran’s west) and has called for action from the Central Bank. However, many consider the Central Bank itself the root of the problem, as it is the source of approval for such financial institutions in the first place.

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