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THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2012
Iran’s economy is in “shambles, ” as President Barack Obama recently noted. Over the past two years, the Iranian economy has seen anemic growth, high unemployment, rising consumer prices, and a sharply deteriorating business climate. And it keeps getting worse.
Compounding those bleak economic prospects, “smart” economic sanctions imposed on the Iranian economy have been replaced by comprehensive ones, a subsidies reform program undertaken by the Ahmadinejad administration has backfired, and the value of Iran’s currency, the rial, has declined steeply. Still, Tehran has failed to decisively address these problems. Instead, it continues to funnel its resources into bolstering the country’s military capabilities while the economic pressure builds.
In the absence of regularly published information on basic economic indicators, a near consensus exists among domestic and foreign analysts that Iran’s average annual growth rate is less than 3 percent, its unemployment rate is about 15 percent, and its inflation rate is near 20 percent (with food price inflation exceeding 50 percent). On the brighter side, Iran has an ample balance of payments surplus, an external debt of about 6 percent of GDP, and a record $90 billion in foreign exchange reserves—equivalent to a year and a half’s worth of imports.
Source: Persian Gulf News Bulletin
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