By Jubin Katiraie
Today, there are many analyses, assessments, and predictions about what will happen to politics, economics, society, and culture in the post-Corona world.
Iran’s economy is getting smaller and sinking into a quagmire as the ayatollahs persist on their costly provocative projects like testing ballistic missiles and illicit nuclear activities.
By Pooya Stone
The foreign exchange market, gold, coins, and stocks have become short-term stay for cash flows in Iran. Money as if no one wants to keep it, and most prefer to own all sorts of liquid assets instead.
By Jubin Katiraie
The cries and threats by Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani against the chairman of the Central Bank of Iran to bring back the exported currency dollars have no end in sight.
According to an official familiar with the automobile market in Iran, the Competition Council of the country has set an increase by four-to-48 percent for eight products of the Iran Khodro automaker company (IKCO).
One of Iran’s so-called international affairs analysts Siavash Fallahpour said: “The prelude to the Syrian war began with privatizations and rent-seeking;
In an interview with the Iranian state-run Jahan Sanat daily on Thursday, May 7, the head of Iran’s Sociological Association announced the inefficiency of the government in the fight against the coronavirus.
These days, Iran’s economy under the ayatollahs’ rule has been stuck in a cycle of unresolved challenges and dilemmas.
In its May 25 report, the research center of the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) announced that the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) owes $34 billion to the country’s banking system including the Central Bank of Iran (CBI).
The Kayhan newspaper, affiliated to Iran’s Supreme leader Ali Khamenei, published an article titled “The faction of bad dealing,” attacking the contra faction to the supreme leader and revealing their bad actions.
Iran’s crude oil production dropped to just 2.18 million barrels a day (BPD) in March, according to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in its latest monthly report, released on Friday.
The Research Center of Iran’s Majlis (Parliament) published a report entitled "A picture of the country's economic situation: Challenges and Strategies" examining the economy of Iran.
Little more than a month ago, the Iranian government passed the heaviest political crisis its rulers have experienced in the past 40 years. Officials still warn each other about upcoming proteststhat will be much deeper and stronger due to the roots of people’s complaints not being resolved.
The Iranian regime, weakened by international sanctions, is incessantly trying to circumvent these sanctions.
Claiming that his government has the coronavirus pandemic under control, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has promised two more steps after the Iranian regime opened offices on 4 April and announced that businesses would start operating in Iran’s cities on 11 April and in Tehran on 18 April:
While Iran is faced with economic warfare, 1,460 factories have been shut down by the country’s banks, according to the head of the paramilitary Basij force for laborers and factories Ali Hossein Ra’yati-Far.
In November, “an absolute world war against the system” was run, according to Commander of the Basij Paramilitary Group, a subsidiary of the Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) Salar Abnoush, who had a direct role in the crackdown on nationwide protests.
The collapse of the Iranian economy will bring riots worse than those seen in December 2017 and November 2019, according to Iranian MP Ahmad Naderi from the faction of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
Abdul Nasser Hemmati, the head of Iran’s Central Bank, and Mohammad Baqer Nobakht, the head of government’s program and budget organization, admitted in speeches in parliament on 2 June that the situation of the clerical establishment is difficult given the international pressure or ‘maximum pressure’, and the regime is internationally isolated.
Less than a month has passed since the announcement of the coronavirus outbreak in Iran, and its effects have been far-reaching inside the country’s borders, and Iran has been named as one of the main focal points of the coronavirus outbreak.
Page 3 of 5