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Sanctions on Iran will cripple the economy

By INU Staff

INU - US-imposed sanctions that target Iran’s oil industry will “cripple” the Gulf country’s economy in early November when they take effect, according to a report released on Wednesday.

Iran Regime starts televised ‘economic disruption’ trials

sanctions hit the Iranian economy hard

By INU Staff

INU - As US sanctions hit the Iranian economy hard and the already sizable anti-regime uprising swells, Iran begins its televised ‘economic disruption’ trials in a clear attempt to shift blame for the crisis.

The Iranian Regime has been hit hard by the currency crisis, which has brought the Iranian people to the streets calling for regime change, so they’ve decided to refocus the Iranian people’s legitimate anger onto “corrupt” business people.

Increased Costs and Low Circulation Shutting Down Iranian Newspapers

Increased Costs and Low Circulation Shutting Down Iranian Newspapers

By INU Staff

INU - Two Iranian newspapers publications have shut down this past month. Declining readership and increased printing costs are being blamed.

The most recent dailies to be hit are the reformist daily, Hambastegi (Solidarity), affiliated with the political party of the same name, and the conservative daily, Sobh-e No (The New Morning), linked to former Tehran Mayor Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf.

The Failing Banks of Iran

By INU Staff

INU - Banks play a crucial role in improving economic growth by aggregating small deposits into large loans to fund economic and production units. In Iran, under the current regime, though, banks themselves have become a challenge to the economy.

Afghan Migrants Flee Iran over Economic Crisis

Afghan Migrants Flee Iran over Economic Crisis

By INU Staff

INU - Record numbers of Afghans have returned home from Iran this year, either by choice or by deportation, as a result of Iran’s current economic crisis.

So far in 2018, 442,344 Afghans have left Iran – more than double the number from the same period last year according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) – and this number is only expected to rise as US sanctions against Iran come fully into force.

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