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Iran Regime Under the Blockade of Sanctions

Iran Under the Blockade of Sanctions

By Staff Writer

On May 8th 2018, the president of the United States Donald Trump, announced his withdrawal from its nuclear deal with Iran; on top of the re-imposition of economic sanctions (which were previously lifted as part of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, i.e., JCPOA, back in 2015) Trump has included even more penalties in its sanctions against Tehran.

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Iran: No One Acknowledges the Concerns of Workers

spend millions of Tomans on medication

By Staff Writer

“How do I spend millions of Tomans on my medication when I can’t even afford my food?”

How much pension does a retiree even get, to have to spend 400000 to 500000 Toman ($95 to $120 ) on medications alone, just to “stand on own feet” and avoid paralysis?

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Iran’s Economy Is Rentiering-Oriented, Rentiers Linked to Regime’s Entities

Iran’s Economy Is Rentiering-Oriented

By Mahmoud Hakamian

While Hassan Rouhani has named the current Persian year ‘the year of development, increased domestic product and higher employment’, the regime is faced with numerous challenges like the United States pulling out of the JCPOA and shortage of financial resources, among others.

But aside from all these, a controversial issue that’s possibly even more important than resolving regime’s super challenges is the government’s economic policy, according to state-run ILNA news agency on May 11, 2018.

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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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