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The differences of opinion among members of Raisi's economic team can be considered as one of the reasons for the failure of the Raisi government in the economic sphere.

Being the most important financial institution in Iran, the CBI has used its privileged position to “protect” the interests of the country’s commercial.

If the nuclear talks in Vienna result in a deal, the exchange rate is expected to regress to 16,000-18,000 tomans.

The situation of the foreign exchange reserves is predicted to worsen along with other economic indicators in Iran, where the sanctions have imposed critical challenges.

The expectations of the industrial sector, as a crucial dimension of the economy, are significant for the future terms in Iran which get closer to the election with the new year.

The Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Abdolnaser Hemmati, informed that the Central Bank will abandon the old policy understanding and implement more modern and reformist policies.

As the “maximum pressure” campaign continues, the release of the Iranian assets does not seem to be possible in the near future.