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    Iran 's economy : We face difficulties in exporting oil

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    Post by Rocky Sat 19 Jan 2019, 1:55 am

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    "The government is facing severe and increasing difficulties in the export of oil, and the difference is very large between what was expected when the state budget and what actually happened on the ground, which results in A real crisis.
    He pointed out that these problems related to oil exports are among the problems that resulted from the US sanctions, and that the budget of Iran this year was based on the export of two million and 410 thousand barrels per day, but now far less than this figure, and almost half, Which means a worsening of the budget deficit.
    Among the problems facing Iran's oil exports are the other aspects of US sanctions on aviation, shipping and insurance for oil tankers, he added.
    "In order to export oil, we have no choice but to use tankers, which is also prohibited. If we get ships from the private sector, for example, we have to secure them, which unfortunately is forbidden," he says.
    In this context, he referred to the foreign exchange operations to the Iranian interior, and the possibility of this, and called on the private sector to help the government so that the country can overcome this difficult crisis, "unprecedented in the history of Iran," he said, pointing to the need to bring part Of foreign currency from abroad to provide basic needs, in addition to pumping some of the hard currency into the arteries of the Iranian economy.
    But the remark in the words of Nobkhat that he ruled out the factor of mismanagement of the factors of the current crisis, and referred the entire crisis to what he called "insolence and cruelty of the enemy," referring to the behavior of Trump and its damage to the Iranian economy.
    It is noteworthy that the Iranian economic crisis was waiting for a breakthrough after the signing of the nuclear agreement with the world's major powers, but a setback to this hope after the withdrawal of the United States from the agreement in May and the resumption of US sanctions on Tehran in two rounds began in August ( The second in November, and the second round aims to reduce Iranian oil exports to zero. This has led to successive difficulties facing the Iranian economy, especially in the field of foreign exchange, shipping and aviation, prompting the European Union to try to find a special financial mechanism to keep Iran committed to the nuclear agreement.




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