News: Iran Economy
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!!
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.
Iran’s economic problems could be fixed if the Regime decided to do the right thing
Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei said on November 14, during a meeting with Iranian athletes, that Iran's economic problems would be solved if “the national capacities are used properly”.
By Shahriar Kia
The Foreign Ministry of US recently announced that Chabahar Port is exempted from its new round of sanctions (November 6th, 2018).
As evident by its recent TV programs, Iran’s government considers this decision a retreat from US, in other words, a victory for itself: “Following the disagreement of other countries with US, the American government had to exempt Chabahar from the new round of sanctions. Which the US Foreign Ministry pertains to its support for Afghanistan’s economy” (Channel one of Iran’s TV; November 7th, 2018).
By Staff Writer
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is projecting that Iran’s inflation rate will soar to over 40% by the end of the year, even though the economy is sinking into a deep recession.
In a report on Middle Eastern economies, released on Tuesday, November 13, the IMF predicted that US sanctions will reduce Iran's economic output by 1.5% this year and 3.6% next year.