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News: Iran Economy

Iran Regime’s New Budget Lacks Transparency

Iran Regime’s New Budget Lacks Transparency

By Shahriar Kia

At the beginning of the month, the cabinet of Iran regime’s President Hassan Rouhani approved the regime’s budget bill for the year March 2019 to March 2020. Certain parts of the budget have been released and many have described it as “unambitious”.

Estimates of oil income is noted to be 30 trillion tomans (around $7.15 billion) and the government projects that it will export 1.5 million barrels per day at a cost of $54 per barrel.

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Shortage in Iran Increases

Shortage in Iran Increases

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Over the past couple of years, inflation has been on the increase in Iran. This has resulted in an increasing number of people slipping below the absolute poverty line. The problem is widespread and affects people in every single one of the country’s provinces.

The United Nations defines “absolute poverty” – also referred to as “extreme poverty” – as a condition in which a person does not have access to the most basic of amenities.

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Money Laundering Is Iran Regime’s Expertise Now

Money Laundering Is Iran Regime’s Expertise Now

By Shahriar Kia

Money laundering is generally used to cover up the actual sources of income for whoever the “demandants” are, and to basically wipe off anything that traces back to them. In a way, it can be considered as a side crime for a bigger crime.

Money launderers are often involved in drug smuggle, embezzlement, bribe, and other illegal activities alike.

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Iran Regime Destroyed Country’s Economy Singlehandedly

Iran Regime Destroyed Country’s Economy Singlehandedly

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The Iranian regime is trying to blame the country’s economic crisis on anyone but itself. In most recent weeks, it has been trying to make out that the U.S. sanctions that are now in place do not affect the regime itself – rather they are only adversely affecting the Iranian people.

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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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