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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.

“Iran must be ready to listen to foreign experts who can help it lower inflation down” – expert

November 26, 2012

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Iran has to be ready to listen to foreign experts that can offer valuable advice on how the country could stabilize its currency rate and lower inflation, but it should be ready to heed the councel, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah believes. Dadkhah was commenting on the possible options for Iran to deal with […]

“Iran has enough gas for domestic demand, yet may face problems with export”

November 24, 2012

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Having world’s second largest gas reserves in the world, Iran has the potential to satisfy the domestic demand and at the same time export considerable amount of gas to other countries, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah believes. Dadkhah was commenting on how Iran would be dealing with its domestic gas consumption and exports, with […]

Experts: Iran unwilling to sell oil at low prices, and cannot use foreign oil tankers as well

May 21, 2012

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Iran has so far been unwilling to sell oil at rock bottom prices to free up its storage space and keep country’s oil fields producing at current rates, Senior fellow at Nanyang Technological University’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, James M. Dorsey told Trend. The statistics published late last week by both IEA and […]

“Iran-Tajikistan railroad project to remain on drawing board for some time”

April 16, 2012

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Despite ceremonies Iran-Tajikistan railroad project will remain on drawing board for some time to come, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah said. Professor was commenting on the news about Iran and Tajikistan agreeing on implementing Iran-Afghanistan-Tajikistan railroad project.

Experts voice opinions on how Iran can deal with oil debts

April 4, 2012

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The best policy for the oil companies is to find a way to swap debts related to Iran, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah said. Professor was commenting on how giant oil companies Shell and Eni could settle their debts related to Iran. He noted that both Shell and Eni have to maintain the best […]

Central Asian states stuck between Iran and West – expert

March 30, 2012

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The Central Asian states, especially Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, are stuck between Iran and West, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah said. “They [the Central Asian states] are caught in the middle,” Dadkhah underscored.

Experts: Iran not to change its behavior, while IRGC benefits from country’s political isolation

March 24, 2012

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The IRGC (Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Council) is benefiting from Iran’s political isolation due to the nuclear crisis, American Enterprise Institute Research Fellow Ali Alfoneh said.

Experts name reasons why Iranian specialists look for jobs outside the country

March 24, 2012

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Pressure, lack of investment and modern technology are the possible reasons why Iranian specialists leave the country, looking for better job offers, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah said, commenting on recent news about Iranian specialists in oil sphere working outside of Islamic Republic.

“Iran announces bogus data to cover up its loss production capabilities”

March 16, 2012

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The reason for Iran’s Oil Ministry announcing bogus data regarding its natural gas and oil production is to cover up its loss of production capabilities, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah noted.

“Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline beneficial to both sides, however it faces many obstacles”

March 7, 2012

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Under normal circumstances, The Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project is beneficial to both sides, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah said.

Expert opinion: India to reduce Iranian oil imports in case of more pressure from U.S. and EU

February 25, 2012

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If India feels more pressure from the U.S., and Europe, it will further reduce its oil import from Iran, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah said.