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Government institutions in Iran have destroyed domestic production through the excessive import of goods, and many workers have lost their jobs.  Economic experts in Iran place the imported goods at an amount of one billion dollars, and have destroyed more than 100,000 jobs. This “institutionalized smuggling” leads to the closure of factories and the rise of unemployment.

Martin Jay, journalist based in Beirut, winner of the UN’s prestigious Elizabeth Neuffer Memorial Prize (UNCA) in New York, for his Middle East work, wrote in on January 14, that, “Barak Obama’s blunders in the Middle East are a collection of bewildering, illogical decisions that have led to Iran and Hezbollah becoming stronger than ever in what was once a region ruled by the Saudis and the US.  Obama’s true mark has yet to be made this year, with more conflict an inevitability after the appointment of Trump’s Iran-haters.”

Government factions in Iran have intensified their struggle to grasp presidency, on the eve of the clerical regime's elections.While social tragedies such as grave sleepers, poverty, addiction and unemployment that have frustrated and fed up the populace, the of the story of Babak Zanjani embezzlement of $3 billion is unraveling. This story has implicated virtually all the regime's top officials. 

By INU Staff 

INU- It was reported this week that relations had grown strained between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the nation of Turkmenistan, as a result of disputes over gas exports and outstanding debt. Turkmenistan has halted the flow of natural gas to its trading partner, which has traditionally relied on imports to supply populations in the north of Iran, far from the country’s domestic supply. Agence-France Presse reported on Wednesday that Iranian officials had issued a disdainful response to the move, making familiar accusations that the other party in the dispute was violating established agreements by enforcing its expectations for the Islamic Republic

It has been announced that the Iranian government’s plans for petroleum, gas, oil, transport, dams, water transfer, telecommunication and IT are assigned to a group affiliated with the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). The news was confirmed by Hossein Dehghan, the regime’s Minister of Defense.

By INU Staff 

INU - On Monday, Reuters once again reported upon the apparent growth in prospects for multinational investment in Iran. The news agency noted that the country had certified 29 companies from over a dozen foreign nations as prospective beneficiaries of a new and less restrictive petroleum contract model.


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