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Long lines to buy meat illustrate Iran's economic woes


TEHRAN: Iran faces several economic struggles because it marks the 40th anniversary of its Islamic Revolution that ousted Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and brought Shiite clerics to power.


Despite holding one of the vital international's biggest proven deposits of oil and herbal gas, Iran has observed a go back to long traces for food-- a sight remaining observed throughout the 1980s war with Iraq. Inflation continues to upward thrust as its forex, the rial, depreciates. University graduates are unable to find jobs.


Part of the commercial challenges stem from the re-imposition of US sanctions lifted below the nuclear deal Iran struck with international powers. Those sanctions returned after President Donald Trump decided to drag America out of the accord.


But other problems persist, some relationship back to insurance policies instituted after the 1979 uprising.


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