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News: Iran Economy

Iran Regime in Limbo

Iran Regime in Limbo

By Staff Writer

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told a cabinet meeting Iranians “felt relaxed” on November 28, while he also expressed concern about the political and economic earthquakes that would soon hit Iran.

Rouhani claimed that the government had prioritized controlling inflation, increasing unemployment, and protecting people on low-incomes in next year’s budget, which shows how Iran is truly suffering economically and that the people could not possibly feel relaxed.

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How the Iran Regime Destroyed Their Tourist Trap

How the Iran Regime Destroyed Their Tourist Trap

By Staff Writer

Chabahar is described as “one of the most beautiful places in the world” by the Iranian Regime in a tourism ad but what might be a haven for holidaymakers is hell on earth for the residents.

While this strategic port is filled with hardworking, interesting, and welcoming people, it is also besieged by extreme poverty as a result of the Regime and the Revolutionary Guards’ malign actions. As Chabahar is Iran's only oceanic port, it is also the main site of IRGC’s smuggling activities, which includes transferring money, weapons, and even fighters to terrorist proxies. It goes without saying that this isn’t documented.

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Iran’s Damaged Oil Infrastructure

Iran’s Damaged Oil Infrastructure

By Staff Writer

Oil extraction in Iran is an infrastructure that was established well before the Anti-Monarchic Revolution of 1979. After four decades, the oil industry continues to be a mainstay of the country's economy. However, the investment that Iranian regime has made in the infrastructure is insufficient for this field.

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Editorial: Iran Regime’s Attempts to Manipulate Economy

Iran Regime’s Attempts to Manipulate Economy

The Iranian economy is under a lot of pressure because of the crippling economic sanctions the Trump administration has put in place. Iranian government officials are being tasked with altering the economy so that it does not appear as dire as it really is.

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Who Is Harmed the Most by Current Sanctions Against Iran?

Who Is Harmed the Most by Current Sanctions Against Iran?

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

With the new round of sanctions, various advertising platforms of Iran’s regime are creating a propaganda in which the regime is made to look like it cares for Iranian people.

Whilst claiming that Iranians are the actual target of the sanctions, the regime fails to address the following questions!!

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Iran Regime’s Low Foreign Debt Rate Isn’t Anything Positive

Iran Regime’s Low Foreign Debt Rate Isn’t Anything Positive

By Amir Taghati

The total foreign net debt for Iran Regime, according to the World Bank, went up to $6.276 billion during 2017. This represents an increase of more than 15 per cent compared to 2016. However, this debt is significantly lower than the total foreign net debt for many other developing countries.

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