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The latest news and views about the anti-Iran sanctions

Iran Deal

JCPOA would be over before it ever began if …

Alef, a principlist Iranian news website, has suggested that the eleventh government’s possible tolerance of the US breach of the Iran nuclear deal is unacceptable.

US Visa Waiver Program will push foreign investment in Iran down to zero

An Iranian economist has said that a monkey wrench has been thrown into the works of Iran’s economy in the form of a US congressional bill, adding that Iranian officials should oppose the bill which violates JCPOA.

Foreign Ministry has won the hearts and minds of Iranians

President Rouhani has said that the world has learnt that the settlement of a number of regional problems is all but impossible in Iran’s absence.

Iran welcomes German investment in industry sector

Industry Minister Nematzadeh has said that Iran, Afghanistan and Germany can make profitable investment in different mining and industrial sectors.
Sadegh Zibakalam

Iran nuclear deal cannot fix all economic problems

Sadegh Zibakalam, an Iranian political analyst, has said that unaccountability is a problem bigger than sanctions for Iran, adding that the country should learn lessons from other nations on fixing the economy.

Iran’s economy grows if and when helped by the younger generation

The head of Tehran Chamber of Commerce warns of a new class of rich people who were born under the previous government, saying they can become the bane of Iran’s economy.

It is the turn of others to let go of sanctions

President Rouhani’s cultural advisor has said that others, not Iran, should make their hard choices, bring down the curtain on anti-Iran sanctions and use respectful language when speaking to Iranians.
Sadegh Zibakalam

For Iran: Life on equal footing; For the world: diplomacy, not war

Sadegh Zibakalam, a political analyst, says that the example of Iran-P5+1 talks can be followed to settle some global crises, adding the nuclear deal is likely to redraw the region’s political map.
Ship trade

Sanctions-hit Iran ports come back to life

International shipping lines are stepping up port calls to Iran as the country’s massive maritime trade sector is emerging from sanctions.

Laylaz: Iran’s economy is not sanctionable (PART TWO)

If we had acted before the economy plunged into this crisis, sanctions would definitely have failed to bite.