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3 ways for Iran’s government to increase its revenues

December 25, 2012

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There are three ways, through which Iran's government could increase its revenues.

Major problems for Iran’s next year budget revealed

December 17, 2012

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The deficit for the next year’s budget, and establishment of the budget itself are the biggest concerns right now for the Iranian government, and the parliament as well. Not long ago, Vice President for Strategic Planning, Behrouz Moradi said that the budget deficit has been chronic in Iran, adding that there will be deficits and […]

Iran’s banking system sinking in bad loans…

December 8, 2012

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Today, Iran’s banking system, day by day is sinking in bad loans, that seem to continue to pile up, as the time goes on. The “Ticarete Farda” newspaper recently reported that after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad became president in 2005, the amount of bad loans rose by $57 billion in the last 7,5 years. The newspaper compared […]

Iran experiences shortages with anti-hemophilia drugs, has high rate of kidney-related disorders

December 1, 2012

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Iran is experiencing big shortages of drugs for treating hemophilia, former CEO of Iran’s Hemophilia treating Association, Ahmed Ghavidel said, ILNA reported. “Because of anti-hemophilia drug shortages in the country, many patients have developed cedtain disabilities,” Ghavidel said, adding that the there is either a limited access to hemophilia-treating medicine, or it isn’t present at […]

Controversial filmmaker: Iran needs a bit of cinematic tolerance

December 1, 2012

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The total control that is being applied to culture in Iran is breaking it apart, famous Iranian actress, filmmaker Tahmineh Milani said in Baku. Milani is among the jury members who took part in the grand opening of the VIII International “START” Youth Film Festival that is being hosted in Azerbaijani capital on 28-30 November. […]

Peugeot continues to play games with Iran sanctions

December 1, 2012

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Peugeot currently continues to play games with Iran sanctions, UANI (United Against Nuclear Iran U.S. group) Communications Director Nathan Carleton said, commenting on Peugeot still producing its cars in Iran. According to Carleton, since March 2012 more than 100,000 Peugeot vehicles have been produced in Iran. “We are concerned with Peugeot’s business in Iran. While […]