An economist says next year is the toughest economic year after the revolution

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An economist says next year is the toughest economic year after the revolution

An economist believes that next year will be the toughest economic year after the revolution.

Ebrahim Jamili, a member of the Iran Chamber of Commerce, stated that it is impossible to discuss trade in the coming year until the exchange settlement method is clarified. The issue of export duties on minerals was first raised and then it was concluded that it was an incorrect decision. Unless this is resolved, we will be in a critical situation, as exporters cannot even import their own necessary materials with their own currency today.

According to Donya-ye Eqtesad (World of Economy), he continued that this issue severely affects the supply of raw materials. Hopefully, these issues will be resolved so that production and exports can continue.

Jamili estimated that the current conditions are very difficult and the future conditions will be even tougher. The year 1403 will be the toughest economic year after the revolution.

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