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MEK : Export Continues to Decline Another Sign of Iran’s Crumbling Economy

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Tehran Chamber of Commerce, the total volume of technical and engineering product exports has decreased from $6 billion to $200 million in just a few years.

 

According to Mohammad Khansari, Chairman of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, the total volume of technical and engineering product exports has decreased from $6 billion to $200 million in just a few years. Such exports replenish the country’s currency reserves and generate a monetary balance in a healthy economy. As a result, states strive to balance their foreign commerce by emphasizing exports over imports. For instance, China is attempting to keep the value of its national currency low in order to enhance its exports, which is a very unusual approach.

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MEK: Telethon A Platform that calls for Democracy and Unity in Iran

 

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The Simay-e Azadi, Iran’s independent and free national television, is a critical medium for advocating for Iran’s independence.

Iranians are in one of their most delicate and critical periods in history. They have arrived at a stage where every Iranian, regardless of political ideology or inclination, may contribute to the upcoming shift in the country’s fate and pay his or her portion for a free Iran, which has been devastated by the mullahs for the past four decades. Today, we all have the chance to contribute to Iran’s liberation. The Simay-e Azadi, Iran’s independent and free national television, is a critical medium for advocating for Iran’s independence. We can be the voice of Iran’s voiceless, destitute, and oppressed society by supporting this national channel.

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MEK : Iran’s Nuclear Talks Concerns of New Western Concessions

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Tehran has erected additional “cascades” of advanced centrifuges that may dramatically speed up the process of enriching uranium to weapons-grade levels.

On Monday, the Iranian regime maintained its grip on negotiations with six world powers over its nuclear program, when Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh dismissed the idea that ongoing talks in Vienna might result in an interim agreement that prevents the 2015 Iran nuclear deal from collapsing but does not restore full compliance. Since 2018, when then-US President Donald Trump suspended participation and began reimposing and extending economic penalties, the accord has been on life support.

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MEK: Iranian Regime Continues its Nuclear Blackmail Campaign

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Iran came to the negotiating table with a new set of demands, including immediate sanctions relief with no strings attached.

 

On Monday, the eighth session of talks to restore the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) began, despite growing scepticism about its chances. Following a five-month hiatus, the seventh session began on November 29 and ran into the first week of December with little, if any, progress. In fact, officials from the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany all said that Iran’s stance in those discussions had undermined prior progress by reversing positions that had apparently been agreed to over the course of six sessions between April and June.

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Iran: Raisi Disregard all Terrible Economic Data

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Western officials are concerned that Tehran is playing for time and using the According to Hamdeli daily, Iran’s inflation rate has already surpassed 45 percent, indicating that the economy is deteriorating.

 

Ebrahim Raisi, the Iranian regime’s president, said during a recent visit to the Qom region that his government’s initiatives had resulted in lower inflation rates in Iran. Even the regime’s officials and Iran’s state media, on the other hand, have refuted and criticized his allegations.” One of the problems with the system is that our officials don’t claim responsibility for their statements,” said former Iranian MP Mohammad Reza Kabaz.

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MEK Iran: The Underlying Reasons of Iran’s Declining Economy

Sanctions imposed by the US and other countries have been a rallying cry for the government in recent years.

Senior Iranian officials have been making the same statements over and over as negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program continue in Vienna: All sanctions must be lifted. Sanctions imposed by the US and other countries have been a rallying cry for the government in recent years. Economic difficulties including poverty, inflation, unemployment, and the depreciation of the rial are being blamed on sanctions by regime officials.

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MEK Iran :Three Female Civil Activists Have Begun Serving Their Prison Terms

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Three female activists, in addition, Kurdish civil activist Kajal Nasri has been jailed.

 

It was recently announced that three female social activists had begun serving their sentences in Iranian prisons. Bahareh Soleimani, Nazanin Mohammad-Nejad in Tehran, and Zahra Mohammadi in Sanandaj, the capital of Iran’s Kurdistan Province, are the three female activists. In addition, Kurdish civil activist Kajal Nasri has been jailed for three weeks with an unclear status in the Sanandaj Intelligence Department’s detention center.

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MEK Iran: Raisi Claims About Economic Recovery in Iran

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“Raisi’s government’s slogans are growing by the day, but there has been no action,” observed sociologist Amanollah Gharaei Moghadam.

 

Iranian regime president Ebrahim Raisi stated during a recent visit to the Qom region that his government’s measures have resulted in a fall in inflation. This notion is so ridiculous that it has been debunked and derided by the regime’s own state media and authorities. Former MP Mohammad Reza Kabaz said, “One of the problems with the system is that our officials don’t claim responsibility for their own statements.”

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MEK Iran: Growing conflicts Among Raisi’s Economic Team

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The economic team of Ebrahim Raisi’s government has become a tangled web, and it is impossible to identify their joint plan to solve Iran’s current economic problems.

 

Last month, the regime’s economic advisers warned that the lack of a stable and predictable economy is far worse than rising prices and unemployment. Any economic participant in the country is perplexed by the scenario. People’s consumer spending in the first 10 days of the month, when they receive their salaries, is a simple example of this.”When we look at the statistics of shopping centers, we notice that the amount of shopping in stores in the first 10 days of the month is very intense, and as we get closer to the last days of the month, the amount of shopping decreases,” according to a December 30 report in the state-run Tejarat newspaper.

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MEK Iran: Retired teachers Protest in 18 Provinces Across Iran

The uproar in front of the Majlis filled regime officials with worry and concern, especially since protests in front of the regime’s parliament have been commonplace in recent months.

 

Teachers have been protesting the regime’s disdain for their fundamental rights on a daily basis. The regime postponed the categorization law’s adoption for several months. It has already been authorized, but it only addresses a small portion of the challenges that teachers face, prompting them to take to the streets to assert their rights. According to Majlis Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, the government’s 250 trillion budget has been declared and will not be modified.

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