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The Average Life Span of a Building Is 25 Years in Iran; One-Third of the Global Standard

NCRI - The state-run Mehr News on August 2, 2017, writes, "The life span of buildings reach 25 to 35 years in the country while some countries have buildings with life spans of 200 to 300 years; a number that is far from Iran's figure.

The life spans of buildings in Iran are one-third of the global standard whereas the number of 100-year-old buildings increases in the world. The life spans of buildings in Iran are estimated at 30 years on average. It is even anticipated that this figure reaches to 20 years as a number of unskilled and inefficient people are entering the construction market."

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The Two-Digit Inflation Rate in Iran

NCRI - The Central Bank of Iran announced the inflation rate at 10.3% in June 2017; a two-digit increase in the index. The Government's Spokesman, Mohammad Bagher Nobakht had earlier quoted the Statistical Center of Iran that the inflation rate reached 7.6% in June. The figures presented by two economic centers on the inflation rate of this month vary by 2.7%.

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A Look at Iran's Economy Last Week

NCRI - According to Iranian regime’s Ministry of Roads and Urban Development, 33 percent of Iranian people, nearly 26 millions, live below poverty line.

Mohammad-Bagher Ghalibaf, regime’s mayor of Tehran and candidate in regime’s sham presidential election, had previously spoken of 25 million absolutely poor Iranians who can’t even afford their daily meals. Besides, such figures are usually less than the real ones when announced by regime officials.

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Is Iran No Longer "Open for Business"?

NCRI - The Iranian Regime has long used lobbyists in Western countries to defend the actions of the Iranian Regime, throw a cloak of democracy over the totalitarian dictatorship, and encourage the international community to appease the mullahs.

These lobbyists were recruited in order to spread lies about the Regime’s “moderating” behaviour and the effect that global sanctions were having on the ordinary citizens of Iran.

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