Member of the Chamber of Commerce: Only in Iran does the national currency’s value drop by 20% overnight

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Member of the Chamber of Commerce: Only in Iran does the national currency's value drop by 20% overnight

A member of the Chamber of Commerce in Iran said that the national currency value in Iran decreases by 20% overnight.

Mehrad Abad, a member of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce, said that an increase in exchange rates means a decrease in the value of our national currency, and in no part of the world does the national currency value decrease by 20% overnight.


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