The reformists tried to use the protests as a means of pressure and bargaining against the regime to regain their former role in the country's politics, but they failed to achieve their goal.
It is possible to say that privatization, which was expected to reduce the government's financial burden, has practically turned into a tragedy in Iran.
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.
Iran’s Labor minister is forced to resign as the first victim of political rivalries and economic reforms.
Additional supplies from alternative countries like Iran, as well as the length of time required for Russian oil replacement, will be the factor reducing uncertainty upon the oil market.
Income distribution and poverty indicators have severely worsened in the last three years, especially in the rural areas in Iran.
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.
While the minimum wage in Iran is about 2 million tomans, the average monthly cost of the laborers’ livelihood basket has reached about 10 million tomans.
If the new restrictions are fully implemented, there will be significant job loss and Iran will witness further economic and socioeconomic strain, deprivation, and income inequality.
Iran’s brand of Shiism, size, population, and conduct in the Arab states, has historically influenced UAE’s strategic thinking.