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Iran Khodro Set to Export 1000 Sedans to Tunisia

Reports suggest that Iran car exports was decreased by over 98% during the first quarter of the new Persian year (started on March 21). Iran Khodro Company, the leading car manufacturer in Iran, is reportedly trying to export its products to the Tunisian car market by the end of this year. “In order to increase Iran Khodro’s market share in Africa, we are currently negotiating with the Tunisian officials ov ...

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Economists Call on the Government to Modify Interest Rates

Iranian economists have criticized the local banks and financial institutions for offering high interest savings accounts over the past few years. Economists believe that immoderate interest rates increase the inflation and unemployment rate in the country. Valiollah Seif, the new governor of Central Bank of Iran, announced on Saturday that he will modify interest rates according to the country's inflation. ...

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Iranian Car Manufacturers Losing Market Share in Iran

Iranian rial lost half of its value against foreign currencies following the latest round of U.S. sanctions against Iran. At the same time, car prices increased by over 100% in the country. Morteza Tabatabaeizadeh, an Iranian economist, says the new government can control the Iranian car market by employing applicable policies in this regard. “In recent days, Iranian rial has gained strength against the U.S ...

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Vahedi: The Government Needs to Take ‘Serious’ Decisions about Housing Market

The Director General of Tehran Roads and Urban Development Department, Fariborz Vahedi says the Iranian new government can resolve issues with regard to housing market in Tehran only by taking serious decisions. Iranians are currently suffering from the existing issues in the country’s housing market. House prices have reportedly increased by over three times, compared with five years ago. Many citizens of ...

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Mehdi Ghaemi: Iran Should Recover Petrochemical Industry

During the recent years, Iran’s petroleum industry has heavily suffered from international sanctions on Iran’s economy. According to these embargoes, foreign countries are banned from buying petrochemical products including but not limited to oil and gas from Iran. Current customers are also required to diminish petrochemical imports from the country. Mehdi Ghaemi, the former Deputy Minister of Economy, say ...

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Iran’s Next President to Continue Pursuing Subsidy Reform Plan

Ali Tayyeb-Nia, Rouhani's choice to head the Economy Ministry, says the Iranian government is interested in carrying on the subsidy reform plan in the country. Over the past few years, the Iranian government was criticized by local economists for running subsidy reform plan. Tayyeb-Nia, who joined Faculty of Economics & Administration at Tehran University, believes that Iranian government under Mahmoud ...

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Iranian Economists Call for Structural Change in Economy

The Iranian government under Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had managed to apply structural changes in the nation’s economy for different reasons. As Iran was badly suffering from the negative impacts of international sanctions, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was forced to run plans to enhance the conditions inside the country. According to Ghasem Yasrebi, an Iranian economist, the new government of Iran should complet ...

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Ministry of Industries and Mines Warns against Importing American Cars

The Head of Trade Development in the Ministry of Industry Hassan Radmard announced on Monday that Iranians are not allowed to import made-in-American cars to Iran. A local company is currently accepting pre-orders for 2013 Buick Encore manufactured by General Motors. Based on this promotional campaign, applicants are required to pay around $40,000 in advance. “As a matter of fact, no company is authorized t ...

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Farshad Momeni: Iranian Government Should Regulate Imports from Pakistan and India

In recent years under the leadership of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran imported commodities and products which were originally supplied by the local manufacturers and producers. According to Farshad Momeni, an Iranian economist, excessive and irregular imports have unemployed nearly 100,000 people in Iran. “Unfortunately the excessive imports from countries such as Pakistan and India have significantly increased ...

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Adeli: Indian Rupee Weakens Iran’s Economy

Sanctions on Iran’s economy ban foreign companies from sending money to the country’s Ministry of Petroleum for buying crude oil. During the recent years, major bank accounts of Iran have been frozen by the European governments, so Islamic Republic of Iran can no longer accept incoming wire transfers. Currently, the Iranian government is accepting local currencies from its oil buyers. India, China and Japan ...

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