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The World Bank: The Iranian citizen is 32 percent poorer

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The World Bank: The Iranian citizen is 32 percent poorer

Post by RamblerNash on Wed Jul 18, 2018 6:38 pm

The World Bank: The Iranian citizen is 32 percent poorer



Wednesday 18 July

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
revealed new statistics issued by the World Bank , that Iran has seen a painful economic decline over the past four decades, according to media reported an Iranian opposition, on Wednesday.

According to World Bank figures, Iran's economy has fallen from 17th to 27th place worldwide over the past four decades.

According to Radio Fardi, which broadcasts from outside Iran, the 10,000 Iranian riyals was worth about $ 150 before 1979, but now they are just over 10 cents in the volatile exchange market in Tehran .

The World Bank estimates that per capita GDP in Iran based on the real purchasing power of the Iranian currency between 1976 and 2017 reveals that during this period the average Iranian citizen was 32 percent poorer.

Masoud Nili, economic adviser to Iranian President Hassan Rowhani, said Iran's current per capita income was 70 percent of its per capita income in 1976.

This confirms that Iranians have become 30 percent poorer over the past four years.

Iran is not a resource-poor country. The country's fossil fuel and oil reserves are higher than those in other oil-producing countries.

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Re: The World Bank: The Iranian citizen is 32 percent poorer

Post by Terbo56 on Thu Jul 19, 2018 9:30 am

Yes, indeed, thanks in part to the sanctions that the U.S. has placed on them-Iran has brought this shit on themselves, and have nobody else to blame- hemademe shame affraid Twisted Evil
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